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REF: J5634141
LondonPermanent
£35,000 - £45,000 per annum
Updated: 03/12/2020
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What are the different types of medical device jobs?

There are thousands of different medical devices being developed alongside the thousands that are already in circulation. Doctors, nurses and dentists rely on medical devices to help them do their jobs properly every day.

With so many industries requiring medical devices, there are lots of different medical device jobs for you to choose from including (but not limited to) the creation of:
  • Orthopaedic devices
  • Blood transfusion equipment
  • Dental instrumentation

Why is the medical device industry so important?

Without an innovative medical device industry, new medical techniques and procedures would be almost impossible to develop.

Medical devices help doctors and researchers explore new ways to detect and diagnose diseases, as well as allowing careful monitoring of treatments and recovery. This means people in medical device jobs contribute to the overall wellbeing of society.

Learn more about the importance of the medical device industry.

What education do you need to work in a medical devices job?

Working to create new medical devices requires a good understanding of engineering and materials. You need to be able to think creatively while also understanding the medical task the device will be used for.

Strong candidates for medical device jobs need to be capable of managing both skill sets, so they often have degrees in biology, biotechnology, engineering or a similar discipline.