In this role, you have the opportunity to design, develop and maintain Diagnostic X-ray (Radiography, Fluoro & Mammography) and realization of a range of products in such a way that future products options and features can be realized with acceptable effects for the earlier products. The system architect is directly responsible for the architecture of a range of large and complex systems and/or subsystems.
You are responsible for
o Leads technical pre-studies
o Delivers according to the pre-study charter
o Participates in innovation studies
o Makes an inventory of the technology options
o Defines, maintains and deploys technology roadmaps and indicates long-term expectations on developments within the application area, in close cooperation with the Business Architect
o Elicits and analyses the stakeholder requirements
o Prepares proposals and alternatives, guiding towards optimum balance of short-& long-term requirements, for discussion with major stakeholders.
o Specifies the requirements of a project, which serves as contract for the project’s WHAT will be delivered, with focus on ‘good-is-good-enough’
Managing the technical and safety risks
The (sub)system architecture of the product line/innovation program
o Creates the product architecture in a modular, easy to maintain and extendible components and modules, and guards and manages the architecture
o Defines and details the product architecture, to the level that it can be realized by project teams
Detecting common architectural and functional components in order to enable reuse and maintainability
Implementing the constraints that originate from legacy and relevant ilities
Discussion, deploys and attunes solutions with the project stakeholders
Determining and managing the external and internal interfaces framework in cooperation with all interface stakeholders
Monitors and manages that the architecture is understood and used correctly by all stakeholders .
Advises on internal development or outsourcing .
Advises on realization, planning and budgets .
Obtain and maintains internal and external network for knowledge build-up.
You are a part of
Diagnostic X-Ray R&D team. Philips HIC, Pune is playing a key role in Philips global strategy for DXR. With Philips HIC, the foundation was laid to touch billions of lives and reiterate Philips commitment towards Indian and growth healthcare markets.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
Master/Bachelor in Engineering in related discipline
Preferably 15+ years of experience
Has an in depth understanding of all products of the CDG individual is working for
Has an in depth understanding of all involved and upcoming new technologies
Leads the creative process of the architecture of a product range.
Able to reach a solution within a complex and very often conflicting business requirements.
Understanding of the business strategy and development
Several years of experience as system designer or architect in a Software/Hardware discipline.
Experienced in technical leadership
Knows how to engage technical people in coming to the proposed solution
Lateral thinker with helicopter view, capable of finding appropriate solutions covering the implications in other disciplines
In return, we offer you
A rewarding career in Philips with attractive package. `
Extensive set of tools to drive your career, such as a personal development budget, free training and coaching
Attractive collective health insurance package
Opportunity to buy Philips shares and products with discount
Why should you join Philips?
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