In this role, you have the opportunity to:
Architect next generation and existing designs of sophisticated defibrillation medical equipment and subsystems - in such a way that future product options and features can be realized with acceptable effects for the earlier products.
You are responsible for:
Owner of the technical vision of the next generation of defibrillator products and technologies.
Works in conjunction with Product Marketing to make trade-offs between attributes of the next generation platforms and products.
Develops the technology roadmap to optimize the path between current products and future products.
Creating robust, reliable electrical system designs for defibrillation therapy equipment with complex electro-mechanical, user interface, patient-response control, fault tolerance and regulatory requirements.
Platform level system design, decisions, and documentation.
Engages with Program Management to plan and establish project timelines.
Owns Risk Management for the product in conjunction with the other Functional Architects.
Balances trade-offs between complex implementations and requirements to optimize the solution.
Support and mentoring of other engineers in the design and architecture planning.
You are a part of:
Philips' dedication to enriching lives is reflected in our company, our solutions, and a commitment to our people. Philips products lead to improved healthcare, faster diagnosis and better patient outcomes. Philips employees change lives every day.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience:
The ability to efficiently analyze and resolve complex technical issues and evaluate trade-offs to resolve technical problems and achieve overall project objectives
The ability to meet project commitments (schedule, cost, and project goals)
A history of robust, reliable and innovative designs
A history of cooperation and technical leadership
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to concurrently handle multiple project assignments.
Minimum of a BS in Electrical Engineering from an accredited university.
10+ years of experience in electrical design, with demonstrated success carrying projects through to a robust, verified, producible design and volume production.
10+ years of experience designing electro-mechanical systems.
Strong experience with System Architecture design.
Demonstrable experience with high voltage systems, sensitive measurement circuits, embedded software development.
Previous design experience in a regulated environment (preferably medical device industry)
Other Desired Experience/Qualifications:
5+ years Defibrillator design and development
5+ years developing patient connected circuits (ECG, Sp02, C02, etc.)
Signal Acquisition/DSP design and development (Filter design)
Embedded Software development using IEC62304
Manufacturing experience is a plus
Quality Assurance experience is a plus
Why should you join Philips?
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