Danaher's Life Sciences and Diagnostics teams are looking for bright and innovative individuals to join our iDEAS Program. iDEAS (Innovation Defines Engineers and Scientists) is a highly competitive, inter-site science and engineering program to jump start your career. Over the span of 18 months, this rotational program offers a smooth transition from academia to industry while having the opportunity to work on 3 different, 6 month long projects in both technical and non-technical functions (Commercial, Marketing and IT).
The intent of this program is to provide exposure to the Danaher Business System (DBS), product knowledge, networking, customer site visits, development training, and visibility to product and service functions that will position you to advance your career within the organization.
We are looking for a mechanical engineer for Beckman Coulter Life Sciences in Loveland, CO. As a member of the team you will be a key developer investigating new solutions to fluid transport in small volume and micro-fluidics environments. You will research, develop and implement prototype solutions.
Our program offers relocation assistance, competitive compensation, benefits, and specialized training. Participants will be assigned Project Leads and a mentor to help guide and navigate them throughout their rotations.
If you have a passion for innovation and a desire to work for a company improving patient health, please apply below to start your career journey with Danaher!
Danaher is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by law
Must have permanent US Work Authorization (US opportunities)
Must be fully completed with your degree program and able to start by early July 2019
Two years or less of post-graduation industry experience
Mechanical, Chemical or Biomedical Engineering major/focus of study
Demonstrated leadership potential through internships, academic departments, clubs, research projects, etc.
Exceptional oral and written communication skills
Strong technical knowledge
Ability to adapt under conditions of ambiguity, and able to adapt to new assignments
Strong data analytics and problem solving skills
Strives for innovative solutions, and motivated by continuous improvement
Results oriented as an individual and in a team setting has track record for delivery results, takes ownership and is accountable
Qualifications Specific to Engineering Students:
Bachelor's or Master's degree in the following disciplines:
Biomedical, Mechanical or Chemical
GPA of 3.4 or better (Undergraduate and relevant Master's programs)