Digital Electronics Design Engineer IGT-Devices
In this role, you have the opportunity to build the image guided solutions that create real-time visuals during cardiac surgery
You get to know that the average heart beats about 100.000 times daily and that more than 7 million people each year die from coronary heart disease – so, innovation, prevention, diagnosis and treatment is essential to reduce this number and improve the life of the patient.
At Philips IGT Devices we are working on industry leading solutions helping clinicians on deciding, guiding, treating and confirming the right therapy for each patient in real-time during image-guided therapies (IGT).
Are you an experienced Digital electronics design engineer with relevant experience in the medical devices or medical equipment industry looking for the next challenge?
If the answer is “yes”, Philips IGT-D might have the opportunity you are looking for!
You are responsible for
Philips IGT-Devices is looking for an experienced Digital Electronics Design Engineer to contribute as a member of the Advanced Development team for our intravascular imaging and functional measurement consoles. The console team is responsible for all enabling hardware in between the disposable catheter/wire on one hand and the output on the screen on the other hand. The Advanced Development team main goal is to de-risk technical designs in an early stage and demonstrate this with early prototypes prior to product development (PDLM).
The successful candidate will be an experienced Digital Electronics Design engineer who is able to deliver high quality designs within project timelines and considering the medical device compliance.
Working with a diverse team of highly capable engineers (software and hardware), the candidate must be able to create primarily the digital and mixed signal design in easy to maintain and extendible parts (components and parts), including FPGA-based design, microcontroller-based design and other processing elements. Given the close interaction with the analog and mixed signal frontend, knowledge of these domains is important to create an optimal solution. Experience with various memory technologies (NOR, NAND, SDRAM and DDR) and communication interfaces (USB, Ethernet and wireless) are a must. High speed/high fidelity are also important in our medical domain.
Your activities contain of setting up the design concept and requirements. You demonstrate the feasibility of your designs by prototyping and simulation. You verify that your design and implementation complies with the requirements and long-term architecture and that technical risks are mitigated. Your design output will be transferred to the Consoles R&D development team with which you will stay in close touch during Product Development to ensure a smooth transfer.
Digital Electrical Design:
Develop functional prototypes and devices (including design, documentation, testing, and rapid iteration). Lead design transfer activities from Advanced Development to Development.
Design, develop, modify and evaluate HW systems and components per safety and regulatory requirements (IEC60601, IEC60950).
Write technical design support documentation, test protocols and reports for the verification, certification and design transfer from Advanced Development to Development.
Identify, initiate and drive improvements within the electrical domain such as product, technical and process improvements.
You are a part of
Philips IGT-Devices, a Philips business, is a global leader in physiology and intravascular imaging for coronary and peripheral applications. The business also offers a suite of peripheral therapeutic devices. This is part of Philip’s industry leading solutions to help clinicians to decide, guide, treat and confirm the right therapy for each patient in real-time during image-guided therapies (IGT).
You will be part of an international team.
The advanced development activities are located in Best, The Netherlands, but alignment with the R&D consoles department in Rancho Cordova, California and other partners, like Philips Research.
As Digital electronics design engineer IGT-D, you will report into the Advanced Development Group Leader.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience:
Bachelor or Master Degree in Electronics/Electrical/Embedded electronics.
Experience in the design and implementation of systems and experience in electrical subjects such as embedded electronics, EMC/EMI, reliability, FMEA of at least 5 years.
Circuit design with mainly digital components.
Design and implementation of FPGA or Microcontroller based HW design.
Proven experience with various memory technologies (NOR, NAND, SDRAM and DDR) and communication interfaces (USB, Ethernet and wireless).
Additional skills include:
Thermal management experience;
Experience using circuit simulation software, schematic capture software, oscilloscopes, logic analyzers, emulators and other lab equipment.
In return, we offer you
A competitive salary package incl. a variable bonus - based on Philips' results and personal performance;
A holiday allowance of 25 days per year and the option to purchase up to 20 extra days annually;
An extensive set of tools to drive your career, including a personal development budget, free training and coaching;
A healthy work-life balance.
Why should you join Philips?
Working at Philips is more than a job. It’s a calling to create a healthier society through meaningful work, focused on improving 3 billion lives a year by delivering innovative solutions across the health continuum at http://www.philips.com/b-dam/corporate/corporateblog/2016/PhilipsChronicDisease_5.jpg .
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