Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc.
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Biomechanical Engineer (PhD Required)
at Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc.
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We are currently seeking a Biomechanical Engineer. This is an exciting opportunity for anyone seeking to branch out and explore the world of forensic consulting. In return for your talent and effort, we offer our full-time employees a competitive benefits package—including medical, dental, vision, life, disability, employer-matching 401(k), a flexible work schedule, and opportunities for advancement.
Analysis of human injury resulting from vehicular accidents, mechanical failures, falls, and falling objects, as well as industrial, construction, marine, and recreational accidents. Responsibilities will include vehicle accident reconstruction, reviewing of documents (e.g., photographs, witness statements, depositions, police reports, medical and chiropractic records) to determine injury causation, conducting field evaluations and providing verbal and written reports of findings to our clients. Expert witness testimony via depositions or in a court of law may also be required, as needed. In addition to technical responsibilities the candidate will continue client relationships by providing and maintaining the company’s high standard of customer service.
- Candidates with a Ph.D. in Biomechanical Engineering or similar fields of study will be considered. A Mechanical Engineering background is a plus.
- Vehicle accident reconstruction experience and prior forensic experience is a plus.
- The right candidate must possess all of the following: an open attitude and willingness to learn and develop skills as a forensic engineer, be outgoing and able to interact with staff and clients, the ability to perform under pressure and meet deadlines, excellent verbal communication skills and technical writing abilities.
- This position requires that you have the physical ability to perform all of the following functions: work outdoors in hot or cold weather, lift up to 50 pounds, performs duties that may require standing, walking, bending, kneeling, or squatting for prolonged periods of time.