In this role, you have the opportunity to
Working as an advanced technical contributor in design and development of electrical components in our transducers working with R&D and other functional team members.
Carries out, independently and according to own judgement, targeted development assignments, the broad outlines of which have already been indicated.
Develops parts of a new product according to technical specifications on basis of familiar technologies. Develops materials and techniques. Prepares design releases.
Capable of working with suppliers on specifications, planning, and delivering key component to meet functional, quality, and cost target.
Coordinating effort in related functions to deliver results on time and on target with capability of planning, scheduling, and tracking development effort from start to finish.
Solving assigned well-defined technical problems in electrical component design such as circuit design (PCA, FPC, Cable Assembly) where analysis and resolving of situations or data requires a solid evaluation of various factors.
Working with senor engineering staff for sound judgment and making decisions.
Pro-actively seeking out, learning, applying and sharing with others new technical skills on an ongoing basis.
Acquiring skills and techniques in problem solving, planning, and can apply the skills to managing electrical component development tasks and team activities.
Under reasonable guideline, capable of following product/transducer creation processes and change procedure, understand and capable of work through development phases, complete assigned deliverables, participate in phase reviews processes.
Responsible for the assigned tasks’ quality of work, reliability, schedule (if appropriate), cost and delegation of tasks on one or more modules.
Utilizing theoretical modeling techniques and can apply complex design patterns to well defined problems in delivering solid results.
You are a part of
Engineering group and reporting to Engineering Director, contributing the core-engineering competency and design and development of our core products.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
Education: Bachelor’s degree or higher in electronic/electrical engineering or EE, experience of working in medical and a regulatory environment is a plus
Minimum 3 year of work experience in the field of Electrical Design Engineering or EE, developing electrical components (such as circuit design with PCB, FPC, Cable Assembly) for consumer products, experience with layout a plus
Good understanding of modern electrical engineering tools, methods, processes; experience with electrical test equipment, have electrical manufacturing process knowledge and experience
Demonstrated history of solid occupational ethics
Ability to work effectively in development projects; ability to operate independently with reasonable supervision; technical skill for issues resolving and troubleshooting
Requires some product-level knowledge of ultrasound transducers and some knowledge in a variety of specialties; some clinical knowledge is a plus
Competencies and skills:
Good verbal and written communication skills. Able to effectively communicate and/or present complex technical issues to engineers and managers
Knowledge and understanding of technical requirements associated with area of work and capable of learning how it relates to the final product (e.g., acoustics/materials engineering, transducers development).
Capable of work from requirements documents and definition of problems as outlined by management and senior engineers
Proficient in both Chinese & English
In return, we offer you
A progressive career development opportunity in a promising industry. Philips is one of the best in-class organization that offers you big exposure and long-term career development such as internal transfer and international mobility opportunities.
Why should you join Philips?
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