In this role, you have the opportunity to
Join Philips as a Biological Safety Engineer. The selected candidate will work under direct supervision of the Engineering Lead to produce clear and concise biological evaluations and test strategies for medical devices.Focus will be assessing and testing materials for compliance to ISO 10993 and ISO 18562.
You are responsible for
Working with a team to assess products for compliance to international biological standards
Documenting biological test strategies and managing tests with outside labs
Documenting biological risk assessments and analyzing result from CROs
Learning from and adhering to internal quality manual (Quality System Procedures, Work Instructions, Forms)
Maintaining and updating current biocompatibility Quality System Procedures, Work Instructions, and Forms
Developing and conducting biocompatibility training programs
Providing weekly project status reports
Prioritizing project tasks to complete on schedule while maintaining high quality of work
Working in a team environment; peer review work
Working on multiple, concurrent project
You are a part of
Products and Systems team within Philips Respironics.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
PhD Degree in Material Science, Toxicology or equivalent bioengineering field with emphasis on biomaterials, polymers and organic chemistry
3+ years professional experience (post-doc, industry, lab, etc.)
Lab management experience preferred
Knowledge of biological test methods for compliance to ISO 10993 and ISO 18562
Familiarity with FDA 2016 Guidance Document “Use of International Standard ISO 10993-1.”
Experience conducting biological assessments of medical devices
Experience documenting biological test evidence to support FDA submittals
Experience working with outside test labs to generate test plans and evaluate results for compliance to biological standards
Basic understanding of global medical device regulations, requirements, and standards preferred
Why should you join Philips?
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