BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING SOCIETY (SINGAPORE)
This is a list of the latest job postings. Please do not contact BES (Singapore) on the details/application status of the job postings. All queries should be directed to the provided contacts for each posting.
Position Title: Internship at the World Health Organization
on February, 2017
The applications for HQ in Geneva are now open until 28th of February , other offices links can be seen below
Please note that WHO has offices in 140 countries and 6 regional offices : Cairo, Copenhagen, Manila, New Delhi, Brazzaville and Washington, in case you are interested for any of those locations.
Please find below the general information and the links to apply: http://www.who.int/employment/internship/en/
The duration of WHO internships is between six to twenty four weeks.
WHO internships are not paid and all costs of travel and accommodation are the responsibility of the intern candidate.
Requirements for internship
· If you are interested in completing an internship at a WHO office please follow the relevant below link(s). You will find information on the application process and additional information on WHO's Internship Programme on the website of the respective office.
Some medical devices projects for HQ in 2017 include:
March to May 2017
Support the organization of the 3rd Global Forum on Medical Devices that will take place in Geneva 10_12th of May.
Dissemination of information on medical devices globally ( website, social media, publications)
Biomedical engineer ( or related discipline) student from post graduate programme
Good communication skills in English 2 and to know other UN language: French, Spanish , Chinese, Arabic or Russian.
Very good organization skills
Student level knowledge of health technology management, regulation, innovation, selection , HTA topics.
Excellent use of Excel, PowerPoint, Word and survey tools
June to August 2017
Medical Devices required for cardiovascular diseases
Biomedical engineer student
Had internship or practice in a clinical environment , ie, hospitals
Good communication skills in English
Knowledge of pathology , physiology , clinical guidelines and of medical equipment used in hospitals particulary in cardiology .
Knowledge of health technology management ( clinical engineering), like procurement, technical specifications
Technology needs for low resource settings
September to November 2017
Selection of priority medical devices
Technical specifications for medical devices
Biomedical engineering, medical doctor, health economist,
Basic knowledge of evidence based medicine and clinical care pathways, or clinical guidelines
Technical basic knowledge of medical equipment and use in clinical settings
Basic knowledge of standards
Had some expertise or practice in a hospital or clinical setting.
If you are interested to work in a regional office , please apply accordingly.
Position Title: Engineering Assistant, Biomedical
on November, 2016
Interested applicants may apply via the apply button with their detailed and updated resume stating reason for leaving current organisation, expected remuneration and expected salary or email their resumes directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Description and the link to the advertisement: http://www.jobstreet.com.sg/en/job/senior-technical-officer-5552858?fr=21
Position Title: Engineering Assistant, Biomedical
on August 28th, 2015
Department: Biomedical Engineering
Interested applicants can apply through the following link: CGH Career Website
For enquiries: Yu_Xuan_Lim@cgh.com.sg
On October 4th, 2014
In WHO we are searching for Biomedical Engineering ( or related fields, medical engineer, clinical engineer,… )
A. Medical Devices for Cancer care,
a. The goal of the project is to define the medical devices used for prevention, diagnostics, treatment and palliative care, for the following types of cancer: lung, prostate, colon, breast, cervical and leukaemia , based in clinical guidelines, protocols and evidence based medicine. Studies will be conducted in 5 low income countries. Timeframe: contract less than 6 months , between October or- November 2014 to April 2015. (note: 2.5 days of vacations per month)
B. Medical devices for Neonatal care
a. To support the WHO work on medical devices for the UN Commission on Life Saving Commodities, particularly on the neonatal resuscitation devices. Experience in technical specifications, standards and use of these devices is required. Knowledge of regulatory approval is important. Work will involve interaction/ communication with biomedical engineers or procurement responsibles in 49 low income countries, and finding data from manufacturers. The Contract would be from mid October to 20th December.
Terms of reference will be available for the ones that comply with the above mentioned requirements, are interested and might be available for the required timelines.The interested candidates are required to have excellent knowledge of English and other UN language, ( French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese or Russian). Good written and oral skills, desire to work for global health concerns, particularly for low resource settings. Please note that salaries and support for living in Geneva will be according to your CV, and experience, according to UN salaries. If you are selected, your travel will be provided.
If you are interested and have availability, please let us know, sending your preliminary CV to email@example.com
Note: If you want to leave your CV for further considerations in WHO, be for intern or for job, please fill the WHO format at: http://www.who.int/employment/en/
On September 24th, 2014
Responsible for preventive/corrective maintenance and commissioning of medical equipment/system.
Assist in the investigation of difficult technical problems, as well as updating of service records.
Graduating students can apply too.
Please send resume to: Mr Png Thiam Peng (BME Manager) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please refer to the attached Job Description for the above vacancy. Download here for the job description.
Interested party should apply through the following personnel :
If you want to work in a dynamic environment and are keen to make an impact on Singapore’s economy, email your covering letter and comprehensive resume detailing your academic qualifications, working experience and current/expected salaries to HR Department at email@example.com.
Singapore-Stanford Biodesign (SSB) is recruiting a new staff into the program office – an Industry Development & Regional Collaboration Manager. The new manager will be reporting to SSB Program Director; to develop further program offerings and support SSB industry development (such as Corporate Membership) and regional partnership (such as Train-the-Trainers) initiatives.
Details of the job scope and requirements are as stated in the following link:
Please direct all queries to SSB.
Reporting to the Biomedical Engineer, you will be responsible for the commissioning, repair and maintenance of medical equipment. You are also required to carry out safety and hazard investigation and inventory management.
Interested applicants may submit their application through the career page on the KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital website.
NOTE: please do not contact BES(Singapore) on the details/application status of this job posting.
All queries should be directed to KKH.