Scott Jung: For Hire

Scott Jung: For Hire


7315 Las Palmas Way

Dublin, CA 94568 (925) 413-1027


SKILLS Tools: Microsoft Office suite, Apple iWork suite, Windows/Mac OS/UNIX systems, Adobe Photoshop

Languages: Working knowledge of C, HTML, LabVIEW (G), MATLAB

Protocols: Working knowledge of FDA regulations and requirements for medical devices

WORK EXPERIENCE Apple, Inc. Pleasanton, CA June 2011-present

Retail Specialist

” Introduce new customers to and engage current customers’ interest in Apple technology by demonstrating products and recommending relevant and personalized solutions to their personal, educational, and professional needs

” Educate customers on Apple technology through leading of regularly scheduled one-to-one training sessions on Mac OS, iLife and iWork suites, and iOS devices.

” Restore customers’ trust in Apple technology by troubleshooting and repairing mobile devices and advising them on solutions to prevent further issues

” Encourage store’s growth and improvement through open dialogue, useful feedback, and consistent recognition January 2011-present

Senior Editor

” Research, produce, and edit daily written and video content related to medical gadgets, technologies, and discoveries

” Utilize the Internet, social media, and other means to promote and expose Medgadget to a monthly target audience of over 30,000 that includes medical professionals and biomedical engineers

” Assisted in redesign of Medgadget website and migration of content to WordPress blogging platform

Achaogen, Inc. South San Francisco, CA May-December 2010

Research Associate – Analytical Chemistry

” Developed and performed procedures to test and confirm stability and purity of proprietary drug compounds and their intermediates utilizing HPLC and other analytical methods

” Prepared drug compound analysis reports using Microsoft Excel for senior scientists

” Assisted IT Operations Director in company-wide deployment of new collaborative software

” Revised and edited company SOP’s to reflect changes to methods of drug compound analysis

Pharmacofore, Inc. Palo Alto, CA May-August 2007

Company Operations Intern

” Created a database of current supply of chemicals and organic acids present in laboratory using Microsoft Excel

” Reorganized raw data from animal studies into a format suitable for graphs and statistical reports using Microsoft Excel

” Researched potential intellectual property lawyers to hire and potential market competitors and organized into detailed reports for management team to analyze

PEAK Surgical, Inc. (Medtronic) Palo Alto, CA May-August 2006

Intern/Research & Development Technician

” Assisted VP of Research and Development and Head Engineer in editing the product spec sheet and obtaining supplies and materials for research

” Prepared corporate PowerPoint presentation and other company-related material for the CEO, and delivered confidential documents to company advisors and partners

” Participated in a product-testing lab to compare the prototype against current competitors. Documented prototype advantages both in written and photo/video form

” Designed first company logo and integrated the design into the office sign, company stationery, and business cards

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES USC Biomimetic MicroElectronic Systems-Engineering Research Center 2008-2009

“Science For Life” Outreach Program Mentor – Murchison Elementary School

” Organized and taught weekly lesson for 3rd-5th graders consisting of basic science concepts and interactive experiments and activities that related to the foundational ideas of the BMES-ERC research testbeds

” Observed student interest and recommended exceptional students to teacher and program director for possible further science and engineering enrichment

USC Associated Students of Biomedical Engineering 2005-2007

Class Representative

” Informed classmates of ASBME meetings and events as well as engineering events within the school of engineering

” Assisted in planning ASBME’s annual Corporate Luncheon by contacting corporate representatives to invite them to the luncheon, keeping track of student registrations, and contributing ideas for the luncheon’s program

Boy Scouts of America

” Eagle Scout February 2003

EDUCATION B.S., Biomedical Engineering (Neuroengineering) May 2009

University of Southern California

Since a lot of folks from the medical device industry read these pages, we thought we should take a break from usual fare and instead publish some news about our editor, Scott Jung. Scott’s got a background in biomedical engineering, sales and communication, and is looking for a new full time position in the medtech field. You’ve read his work here, and having seen him in action these past few years, we figured we should help propel this valuable member of our team.

Scott Jung has helped Medgadget be a better publication, and we’re sure he would do the same in any other organization. He clearly understands the medtech industry and has demonstrated considerable expertise while working on the site. Not only is he good at what he does, he’s enthusiastic and has fun taking on new challenges.

We’re just glad he’s not saying goodbye to us (at least, not yet).

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