In this role, you have the opportunity to
As the Senior Hardware (HW) Engineer, you are responsible for engineering and testing MR (Magnetic Resonance) products like System RF Amplifiers and Gradient Amplifiers for hospital and radiology facilities. You will work with a team of electrical/RF engineers, mechanical engineers, systems engineering, manufacturing and service engineers to define products, test, integrate on system level and bring into production in close collaboration with our main suppliers for these products to meet the needs of our customers and their demanding environment.
You are responsible for
In this role you are responsible for the integration and test of pulsed high power RF and Gradient Amplifiers based on product specifications. Setting up and automating the test environment is an integral part of the function.
Delivering input to and reviewing the product specification of pulsed high power RF and Gradient Amplifier
Define test specifications for these products, execute, coordinate and support product tests to provide atraceable verification of the product
Integrate components on (sub)-system level and support/execute (sub)-system tests to provide a traceable verification of the product
Set up an adequate test environment and continuously improve and automate this test set-up to become more efficient and effective
Realizing and maintaining the required DHF (Design History File) and DMR (Device Master Record) documentation for the assigned components
Report Hard Ware design issues to the Hard Ware designer: Identifying and taking action on (technical) issues in the Hard Ware involved
Support Field Service Engineers on technical issues and findings for the assigned components
Plan and track own and/or team activities accurate and efficient. Report to the leader of the project (Project Manager or Development Group Leader)
You are a part of
You will be part of the Business Unit Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) within Philips Healthcare . The Business Unit MRI is responsible for marketing, product development and lifecycle management of 3T, 1.5T High/Mid performance MRI systems. In the MR Development group, you will be part of the Dynamic Field Subsystem group with focus on the RF and gradient System.
You will work in a team with electrical (RF) engineers, mechanical engineers, systems engineering, manufacturing and service engineers. You interact closely with suppliers on product design and produce-ability, product quality and cost and you work closely with Operations on production processes, tools and product quality.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
Bachelor Degree in power and RF electronics engineering with broad electronics test skills
Skills in analyzing field problems of complex electronic systems
Experience in working with suppliers to realize parts and to resolve technical issues
Experience with document control systems (e.g. Agile), FDA and IEC Standards
Previous experience (5 to 10 years) in Healthcare is a pré, as well as a green belt education
Furthermore, you’re a disciplined team worker, accurate and quality minded and a drive for continuous improvement. Additionally, you have the ability to work independently and to act pro-actively.
In return, we offer you
A path towards your most rewarding career. Succeeding in this technical in a complex innovative environment will open many doors for your long term career, in other areas in Philips or otherwise. 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. Furthermore, Philips University is available to all employees for learning and development opportunities.
In return, we offer you
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