Classified Title: Staff Engineer Role/Level/Range: ACRP/04/MF Starting Salary Range: $68,729 - $94,580 Employee group: Full Time Schedule: Monday through Friday Employee subgroup: Salaried Exmpt Location: 01-MD:Homewood Campus Department name: 10001485-Department of Biomedical Engineering Personnel area: Whiting School of Engineering
The Johns Hopkins University’s Department of Biomedical Engineering is seeking a motivated individual to head the department's Design Studio (DS). This position involves managing a state-of-the-art biomedical design space and mentoring student teams to design, build, and test healthcare technologies. The BME DS is a multi-purpose facility that is used for various BME classes, meetings, workshops, and events, and primarily for design teams involving graduate and undergraduate students.
Operate the DS facilities and resources, managing both the use of space and equipment. Facilities include the main studio, machine shop, prototyping lab and wet lab
Develop procedures, schedules and checklists for efficient and safe use of equipment
Continuously improve the DS and its resources by identifying needed updates
Develop new tools to expedite organizational operations
Collaborate with BME financial staff in the review and tracking of expenditure activity on design team budget accounts
Maintain the DS web calendar up to date to manage resources efficiently
Educational and Instructional Development
Work with faculty in educating the next generation of leaders in healthcare
Provide subject matter expertise and conduct research and development for the Design Program
Serve as design, prototyping and testing mentor for undergraduate design teams. Specifically, guide their strategic project planning, assist in prototyping medical devices, create proof-of-concept experiment protocols, and facilitate the continuation of projects beyond the course through start-up competitions entries, IP creation, and securing grant funding
Provide technical assistance and training to students including the development of technical workshops
Participate and represent the Design program at conferences, symposia and presentations of research and Design Program projects
Training students in lab safety
Assist with planning and submitting applications for human subjects testing and animal testing
Contribute to the development and execution of new design curriculum, working closely with faculty and staff associated with classes and programs using the DS to integrate new equipment, procedures, or methods
Develop and maintain teaching assistant staffing plans
Provide teaching assistants with necessary training
Oversee technical staff in ensuring the appropriate functioning of all equipment in the teaching laboratories
Manage the workload of project teams and provide guidance and feedback on their performance – help allocate the time of team members efficiently
BS plus 5 years Exp, OR MS plus 3 years Exp, OR PhD plus 0 years Exp
Hands-on technical building, prototyping, testing, or design experience required.
Demonstrated successful teaching related courses or workshops.
Those with machine shop, rapid prototyping, wet lab and engineering design process experience, are especially encouraged to apply.
Creative thinking, independent judgment and critical analysis necessary for implementation of new equipment and procedures
Demonstrated strong management and organizational skills
Demonstrated initiative to meet competing deadlines and manage multiple activities
Excellent interpersonal and oral/written communication skills
Ability to develop and maintain cooperative, effective working relationships with students, faculty and staff
Ability to develop instructional display materials, and to assist in the production of AV aids for teaching laboratories
Knowledge of the University organizational structure and administrative policies and procedures such as accounting, contracts and grants, personnel and purchasing
Knowledge of processes, regulations and policies for the Animal Care and Use Committee (ACUC) and the Human Subjects Research Protocols.
Knowledge of the safety and Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) procedures, processes, regulations and policies.
The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
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