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Biomedical Engineering Jobs in Las Vegas, NV

Product Support Engineer

Apex Systems

Las Vegas, NV

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VJC International

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Sequence Systems

$90000 - $135000 / Per Year

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Sequence Systems

$85000 - $150000 / Per Year

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Freedom Forever

Las Vegas, NV

Field Engineer

Terracon

Las Vegas, NV

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Kleinfelder

Las Vegas, NV

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Axelon Services Corporation

Las Vegas, NV

Field Service Engineer

Ideal Image Development Corporation

Las Vegas, NV

Las Vegas Biomedical Engineering Jobs Overview

Biomedical engineers are forward-thinking vanguards who fuse science, medicine, and technology to treat, improve, and enhance the human body. Quantum leaps such as X-ray machines and cell therapies were facilitated by biomedical engineering, and an assiduous sense of curiosity and innovation continues in the field today—and will extend for many years to come. Biomedical engineering jobs are truly careers of the future.

There’s no slowing down either. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports an expected 5% employment growth for both bioengineers and biomedical engineers through 2029 (faster than the average rate for all other occupations). That means around 1,400 job openings each year, over the next decade. Biomedical engineering is a specialized version of bioengineering focused on human health. As technologies for medical tools and devices go on to be developed and upgraded, the demand for biomedical engineers should keep growing too, as they collaborate with scientists and researchers to create effective solutions to resolve issues related to medical afflictions, injuries, diseases, and disabilities.

Unprecedented synergies between the field and outside advances in technology—robotics, 3D printing, artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality (AR), and virtual reality (VR)—are promising to transform the healthcare industry. We’re talking everything from cutting-edge surgical robots for, say, hip and knee replacements to state-of-the-art tissue engineering, highly optimized radiation dosing, and revolutionary bioartificial organs.

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About Working in Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas—hearing the name of that iconic city conjures visions of glamorous casinos, big stage shows, and over-the-top hotels. But "what happens in Vegas" doesn't all take place on the Strip, a four-mile entertainment stretch that attracts millions of tourists each year. Outside the downtown district, you'll find quiet suburban neighborhoods and serene and scenic parks, including Zion, Death Valley, and Bryce Canyon National Parks. With below-average healthcare costs and future jobs in Las Vegas projected to grow at 39.02%, Las Vegas is a great place to live and work.

Another perk of Las Vegas jobs? There's no personal income tax in the entire state. And if you love sun, you can spend your days off enjoying the weather. Yearly, Las Vegas gets only five inches of rain, no snow, and 294 sunny days. You can also search for jobs in equally sunny, nearby North Las Vegas and Henderson, which was voted the second safest city in the U.S. by Forbes. Or you can look further outside the Las Vegas area in Carson City and Reno.

Update Your Las Vegas Biomedical Engineering Resume

Biomedical engineering jobs can be quite competitive, so make sure your application is distinctive enough to attract recruiters. Highlight technical knowledge you already have and research you’ve previously conducted (e.g., expertise with MRI machines, plus experience with DNA/genomic studies and microarrays). Point out your ability to synthesize complex information from a variety of disciplines. And review Monster’s selection of resume samples for some inspiration.

A compelling cover letter can give your application more weight as well, so explore the abundance of career assets available on Monster, including these cover letter examples and our expert tips on writing successful cover letters.

How Much Do Biomedical Engineering Jobs Pay in Las Vegas, Nevada?

Got money on your mind? You should! Make sure you’re getting paid what you’re worth. Our Salary Tools can help you understand what you can expect to make in biomedical engineering jobs in Las Vegas, Nevada, as well as the skills that can boost your value and what the next steps in your career might be. Right now, the median biomedical engineer pay in Las Vegas is $61,638 per year, which is 30% lower than the national average.

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