In this role, you have the opportunity to
Sustain electrical systems and solutions (including their verification/validation, testing, and troubleshooting) that aid in the diagnosis and management of oncological diseases
You are responsible for
Responsible for the sustainment of an inherited design, realization, and testing of a medical system, subsystem, and component; understands and communicates consequences of sustainment activities on an existing design architecture.
Based on original design specifications, performs tests/analysis to verify the performance of released products.
Applies advanced concepts, theories, and principles to solve highly complex electrical engineering problems.
Draws up personal schedule and reports on progress in a structured and methodical way and is responsible for keeping the costs of the activities in line with the calculated budget.
Compose relevant reports to document history of design and verification test results.
As project leader, creates the development plan and orchestrates its successful completion according to the charter.
As project team member, delivers input in the planning process to the project leader.
Ensures that there is proper documentation for the developed hardware/software/mechanics.
Combines existing and/or purchased modules into components, which can be integrated into the subsystem.
Masters the use of document control tools and processes to include the role of peer reviewer.
Performs all other duties diligently as assigned.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
Circuit Simulation/PCB Design (e.g. Altium Designer)
Mathematical Computing (e.g. Matlab)
Experience in full life-cycle development in the industry Document Control System (e.g. Oracle Agile PLM)
Strong Technical Writing and Communication
IEC 60601-1, FDA 21 CFR Part 820, EU MDD, EU MDR
Bachelor of Science or related technical degree, or equivalent professional engineering experience
Minimum 5+ years of relevant experience in professional engineering of medical devices
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