It’s incredible where a desire to help others and a passion for healthcare can take you. New jobs are being created every day, and you may be able to put your creative skills to use in ways you’d never dreamed of merely three years ago! Medical and STEM skills are highly transferable to other jobs and industries. Here’s a list of jobs that you may be eligible for, and grants to help you with your idea. Get inspired!
Many options out there are remote and casual or part-time; you may be able to fit it in around your usual work! Even if you don’t have some of the qualifications desired, these jobs may inspire you to pursue training after hours (graphic design, coding or industrial design, anyone?) that can propel you into a whole new career path.

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Cohort Space, Gold Coast will be one of the very few coworking and innovation hubs for healthtech and medical startups in Australia. Opening in April 2019 in the Games Village site adjacent to Gold Coast University Hospital and Griffith University’s Health campus, they’re seeing Expressions of Interest for collaborators and advisors across the medical innovation space, whether you’re a clinician, tech cofounder, engineer, event promoter, student, sponsor or even interested in renting a space there. For more info, visit cohortspace.com.au and contact hello@cohortspace.com.au.

Texas Medical Center’s Biodesign Innovation Fellowship is open for applications (including international applicants!). Fantastic opportunity to study Biodesign at the world’s largest medical center. This year’s applications close soon, details at https://www.tmc.edu/innovation/innovation-programs/biodesign/

Atto.vc is a female-founder-focused pre-accelerator program that helps female founders take their idea from just that to launch. Remote - friendly, so you can participate whereever you are online; think of it as a “how-to startup” for first-time and even repeat tech founders. Register at https://atto.vc/

Science Visualiser (UK) for a consumer health and hygiene company

Medical Design Engineer for a medical packaging company

Part time online UX course developer (LA)

Advance Queensland Grants are available for business owners, startup founders, women in STEM and would-be entrepreneurs, including trips to Silicon Valley and grants for regional Queensland startups.