In this role, you have the opportunity to
This is a key and critical role within the Andover Standards and Reliability Center (ASRC) Group at Philips Healthcare in Andover, MA. This is an opportunity to be part of a well-seasoned winning team that performs reliability testing for all medical product lines within Philips Andover and North America. The ASRC team plays a very important role in ensuring products designed by Philips are of the highest quality and meet all applicable international standards.
You are responsible for
Lead and support the quality vision of Reliability Engineering to all Philips internal customers and team members.
Key contributor in the product development process to ensure the reliability of the product is statistically validated, supporting new product launches and existing product support.
Provide reliability-engineering services to all Philips internal customers including: reliability analyses, reliability predictions, reliability testing and test planning, and reliability related problem solving.
Develop detailed reliability test plans to ensure that appropriate environmental testing and sample test size is utilized to demonstrate product reliability goals.
Coordinate efforts to establish product reliability goals and to plan, execute and monitor activities aimed at achieving those goals.
Support the group by translating test data into AFR predictions.
You are a part of
The ASRC Group at Philips Healthcare in Andover, MA is an experienced, winning team that provides product reliability testing services and expertize for all medical product lines within Philips Andover. The reliability engineering team plays a very important role in ensuring products designed by Philips are of the highest quality and comply with national and international standards requirements.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
BSEE /MSEE (or equivalent engineering degrees) with 5+ years’ experience in product reliability of complex electrical/mechanical products, preferably in the medical industry
Demonstrated ability to lead, communicate, interact and influence effectively at technical levels across functions.
Demonstrated success in leading change for product quality and reliability.
Demonstrated competence in product reliability tools, statistical sampling, and methodologies
Highly passionate and positive infectious attitude who strives for high performance and product quality.
A candidate should have a desire to work in an R&D laboratory environment. Possess a high-level of self-motivation and ability to work on a team. Ability to effectively manage time, organize and prioritize work, multi-task across many assignments is necessary. Effective interpersonal, written and oral communication skills expected.
Develops and implements reliability plans for new product development to ensure attainment of specified operational reliability objectives.
Conducts Reliability Analysis to assess the risks associated with design concepts.
ISO 17025 auditor/ experience highly desirable
Proficient in standard office computer tools: Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Project and PowerPoint.
Excellent English skills, written and speaking.
In return, we offer you
Philips offers a rewarding balanced work environment with excellent career growth opportunities. Become part of a team developing meaningful products, which will facilitate both personal and professional growth.
Why should you join Philips?
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