Our Client, a leading Research and Development centre creating image visualisation software, are looking for a Clinical Product Analyst to join their Edinburgh team.
If you have a radiography background, this is a fantastic opportunity to work flexible or part time hours with a forward thinking organisation
About the Role
You will be part of the Clinical Team within the Edinburgh office. Your responsibilities will be mainly focused on understanding and converting clinical problems and requirements with regards to visualization, analysis, workflow and communicating that into tangible software product specifications. As a Product Analyst, you will be informing and educating the engineering team(s) you are working with about the environment and scenarios in which the products they are developing will be used to ensure the product specification context is clearly understood. During the product development phase, you will focus on product safety, clinical efficiency, user friendliness, ergonomics and performance. It will be your task to perform acceptance testing and clinical validation of the software your team is working on in cooperation with our network of Clinical Collaborators. Strictly speaking, you will define the look, feel and functionality of future applications.
Part of your work will also consist of creating ‘ground truth’ material based on CT, MRI, angiography suite, nuclear medicine and ultrasound image data to train, assess and clinically validate computer algorithms.
You will have an excellent academic record, holding an honours degree in Radiography or a related discipline, and with thorough experience of working in a hospital environment and/or the medical industry.
Candidates should be able to demonstrate their ability to clearly communicate complex information to a non-clinical audience, to understand hospital workflows and current and future needs of clinical personnel in the healthcare domain and to be aware of medical trends.
Applicants are expected to be highly self-motivated, prepared to use complex software, have attention to detail and be able to thrive working within dynamic, innovative and diverse teams.
Flexibility is standard with this organisation and they are open to part time hours.
Salary dependent on experience.
Please call Judith Mackenzie for a chat on 07957 161632 – or email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications is Friday 23 June 2017.