Tech giant Google is looking for an engineering recruiter for its biomedical engineering program, according to the company’s search.
The job listing on LinkedIn says that the position is for an engineer who “has experience in biomedical engineering, bioengineering, biomedical engineering consulting, or has recently started an engineering career and would like to continue in a role with Google.”
The company declined to say if it was looking for a full-time or part-time position.
The listing includes the words “BioEngineer,” but doesn’t specify which position it is for.
It also doesn’t list a specific salary.
The company has said it will pay up to $10,000 per year in salaries for the position.
The listing also includes an opportunity to get a job interview.
The position is “for a candidate with an existing bioengineering background and a strong background in biomedical technology,” the job description reads.
It says that Google’s “BioEngineers have an exceptional track record of delivering innovative solutions and solutions that improve health outcomes and improve the quality of life of people living with diseases and conditions.”
The job posting notes that the person will be able to “lead and lead teams that are working with the company on clinical and industrial applications.”
The company also says it’s hiring for the role.
The job posting says that applicants “should have a strong understanding of how the healthcare industry is evolving and will be responsible for leading efforts to develop new and innovative ways to deliver care, as well as ensure that the healthcare system is fully accessible, transparent and accountable to the public.”
Google’s bioengineering program is one of the company “s biggest engineering and technology opportunities,” according to Google’s president of health and science Frank Zhang.
The program is funded by Google’s corporate philanthropy, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.