nullIn this role, you have the opportunity to be responsible for all mechanical components & sub-components design within the system.
The engineer will own the end to end deliverables, as defined by the Hardware Leader.
Starting from the initial design to the preliminary design, critical design, prototypes, manufacturing transfer and full manufacturing support.
You are responsible for
Leading the mechanical design –mechanical requirements ,3D models ,analysis includes FEA consideration, tolerance analysis ,drawings, prototype manufacturing, and production transfer
Full involvement in trouble shooting of mechanical problems small to medium scope, includes testing, evaluate & define the design correction and document it.
Driving incorporating cost reductions, field and factory feedback into product improvement initiatives.
Working collaboratively with R&D Platforms, while seeking their inputs and reviewing their solutions.
You will be part of R&D Local team, Lead innovation of Gantry for CT /AMI ,multidisciplinary engineering team .Working with Global subsystems.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
Academic degree in Mechanical Engineering (B.Sc.)- mandatory
Experience in mechanical CAD system- mandatory
At least 6 year of experience in mechanical design- mandatory
Experience with large system- advantage
Experience with medical device- advantage
Knowledge with PRO-E- advantage
Experience with Specification Documents, mechanical design documents & test protocols- advantage
Experience with FEA- advantage
Experience in design parts for covers in RIM , Fiberglass or vacuum forming technology- advantage
Experience with Global team- advantage
Why should you join Philips?
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