Philips Electrical Engineer in Monroeville, Pennsylvania


In this role, you have the opportunity to

Contribute towards electrical device design that improves patient lives through emerging technologies in the sleep and respiratory field

You are responsible for

  • Lead in the discovery, adaptation and integration of new and existing technologies and create innovative, reliable, quality new product designs

  • Be a highly motivated, self-disciplined, open minded, individual possessing hands-on skills.

  • Successfully interact with other key group members in the Software and Mechanical disciplines.

  • Provide technical expertise in the development and design of analog and sensor signal conditioning circuits, microprocessor systems, programmable and discrete digital logic, power supply circuitry, electrical/electronic interfacing systems and a general understanding of systems embedded software functionality.

  • Design, analyze and test circuits and overall systems to meet project requirements, regulatory safety requirements, EMC requirements, quality requirements and internal hazards requirements.

  • Conduct design reviews and successfully interact with peer engineers, procurement, manufacturing, marketing, sustaining, contract manufactures, vendors and other technology leaders to achieve project and product objectives for safety, performance, manufacturability, reliability, cost, quality, and time to market.

  • Actively participate and present ideas, concepts, feasibility units, results and status during periodic review meetings.

You are a part of

A fast paced and collaborative team working towards new technologies that support patient recovery in hospital and home respiratory solutions

To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience

  • Demonstrated experience in the design of analog and digital circuitry, required.

  • Demonstrated experience in the design and manufacture of electrical and electronic products, required.

  • Demonstrated experience in the analysis of electronic or electro-mechanical components and systems required.

  • Demonstrated knowledge of printed circuit board layout, processing and testing techniques, required.

  • Demonstrated experience creating, interpreting and modifying schematic drawings, required.

  • Minimum of 6 years of related experience, required.

  • Direct experience with microcontrollers, preferred.

  • Direct experience using simulations and other engineering software, preferred.

  • Direct experience with creating new concepts and demonstrating feasibility, preferred.

  • Direct experience with brushless DC motors and drives, airflow systems, sensors and RF circuits, preferred.

  • Direct experience with FDA, IEC Requirements (including safety and regulatory testing) and their application within a medical product development environment, preferred.

  • Proficient with Microsoft Office software.

  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Master of Science preferred.

Why should you join Philips?

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