Biomedical Engineering Manager Salary
The average salary for a Biomedical Engineering Manager is $90,287 per year. A skill in Project Management is associated with high pay for this job.
|Salary||$60,865 - $129,538|
|Bonus||$1,750 - $11,124|
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XTotal Pay combines base annual salary or hourly wage, bonuses, profit sharing, tips, commissions, overtime pay and other forms of cash earnings, as applicable for this job. It does not include equity (stock) compensation, cash value of retirement benefits, or the value of other non-cash benefits (e.g. healthcare).)
|$60,398 - $129,850|
|Bonus||$1,750 - $11,124|
|Total Pay (||$60,398 - $129,850|
Job Description for Biomedical Engineering Manager
A biomedical engineering manager is a specialized product development or design manager that leads a team or a laboratory design group for medical equipment or instruments. These teams typically design, develop and/or iterate improvements on equipment, which can range from simple mechanical processes to complex computer diagnostics and integration. The biomedical engineering manager typically helps set goals, ensures progress is made and establishes clinical testing parameters. Typically, this manager is the final person to sign off on these medical devices before they are sent to regulatory agencies for approval prior to manufacture.Read More...
In most cases, the biomedical engineering manager specializes in a specific area, normally determined by his or her employer. The manager heads a team that is involved in identifying equipment or engineering needs, which often works directly with healthcare professionals to assess the viability of various prototypes and approaches to the identified problem. The manager also normally participates in limited laboratory testing and quality assurance or quality control. Throughout this progress, the biomedical engineering manager performs project management tasks such as establishing deadlines, setting up needed clinical testing, collecting and analyzing clinical testing data and helping create a report to be included with any regulatory testing that may be required.
Typically, biomedical engineering managers have post-baccalaureate degrees; some may be medical school graduates. Previous experience is generally needed as well.
Biomedical Engineering Manager Tasks
- Manage a team of biomedical engineers.
- Design, develop, and implement diagnostic and medical instrumentation and procedures.
- Lead research on the engineering aspects of human and animal biological systems.
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