In this role, you have the opportunity to:
You will be part The CT Host platform is owned out of PIC, Bangalore which is the Software Power House for the CT R&D. With 80+ strong engineers spread across Project Management, System Engineering, Software Architecture and Development and V&V, the team is growing further big way to support the delivery commitments to our strong Roadmap and Product Pipeline. The team works collaboratively with global sites in US/Cleveland, Israel/Haifa and China/Suzhou. We are looking for Software Technologist I & Software Technologist II in strengthening our Test automation & Simulator development team.
2018 is aimed to be a very exciting year of progress and growth for CT business where in we have lined up host of releases such as Refresh, Next Generation Console, BB Rails, Vereos, Falcon to name a few.
You are responsible for:
Support Complaints team and Install Base support team with investigation & root cause analysis for defects and field complaints;
Develop functional requirements for the HOST subsystem based on decomposition of system level requirements.
Interface to the Platform (segment) core-team for feature definition, interface definition with other subsystems.
Bridge between the clinical science function that defines the workflow and the HOST Subsystem team by translating clinical needs into subsystem requirements and work-packages.
Drive prototyping / concept development for new features / functionality working with platform (Systems Engineering, Clinical Science, and Physics & Marketing) team.
Provide inputs to HOST Roadmap
Conduct impact analysis for RFCs,Anomalies in owned feature areas
Support development team in feature realization & Project manager / integrator in execution & feature integration
Support verification by reviewing test plan (scoping), test protocols and test results
Perform requirement analysis for owned feature/ program & provide high-level design
Support project management in estimation, planning, risk management and execution of the work-packages.
Responsible for the design meeting the feature requirements
Identify & drive design FMEA for owned feature
Ensure that performance / non-functional requirements are defined and addressed by teams
Mentor the junior members of the team on technical aspects
Performs the role of a specialist by reviewing work products
Manages technical communication with suppliers and stakeholders
Participates in defining and optimizing WoW with cross-functional teams within the global CT R&D organization.
Succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience:
10 to 14 years of development experience in medical imaging related products and applications
Good knowledge of medical software and imaging with Xray and CT background being preferable
Hands on knowledge on SW Application development and requirements management.
Good communication skills. Ability to present technical / complex issues to various audiences.
Excellent technical writing skills.
Proven technical leadership in matrix / global environment
Ability to influence peers and counterparts often in remote locations
Strong abstraction, analytical and problem solving skills
Expertise in object oriented design concepts and interface design.
Exposure to healthcare standards (DICOM,HL7 & IHE) and regulations.
Exposure to SDLC Phases and SW quality standards and processes (Six-sigma).
Specific hands-on knowledge of CT-AMI Philips products will be preferred given the role expectation for Complaints and IB support.
In return, we offer you:
A growth path as a System Engineer with most rewarding career. We also believe that we are at our best as a company when you are at yours as a person. Thus, we offer competitive health benefits, a flexible work schedule and access to local well-being focused activities.
Why should you join Philips?
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