Position Overview

As a Staff Electrical Engineer, you will be a technical leader with responsibility for developing robust electrical engineering designs and working as part of a multifunctional group in the development of electromechanical medical devices.

You will be engaged in the full product lifecycle, from inception to final product. You will work collaboratively with customers, marketing and operations partners to perform customer research, design, test, and document electrical components, architectures, systems and products. Job duties:
  • Work in cross functional teams to identify the customer needs and develop system to meet these needs.
  • Develop system specifications, test plans, protocols, and reports for designs.
  • Debug analog, power, and communications related issues of systems.
  • Evaluate different components to determine optimum solution for the application.
  • Design and test functional safety and optimal shielding/grounding for compliance.
  • Train technicians to assemble and test electronic assemblies.
  • Develop and maintain vendor relationships.
  • Interfaces with appropriate internal and external resources to ensure intellectual property is appropriately protected.
  • Perform additional duties as assigned.

    1. B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering
    2. Eight (8) to ten (10) years of related work experience
    3. Ability to communicate effectively (both written and verbal) in English
    4. A minimum of four (4) years of medical device industry experience
    5. Experience designing electronic systems compliant to IEC60601
    6. Experience designing and testing electronics in safety-critical applications
    7. Experience in designing and testing mains powered electronics
    8. Strong debugging and root cause analysis skills with new, unique problems as it pertains to testing designs, product use, and manufacturing processes
    9. Experience with schematic capture and layout of PCB assemblies using ECAD software (Altium Designer, Allegro, Xpedition, Pads, etc.)
    10. Analyze electrical systems using simulation software (LTspice, PSpice, etc.) to improve design and performance
    11. Experience programming microcontrollers using C or C++
    12. Proficient in operating Oscilloscopes, Spectrum Analyzers, DMMs, power supplies, etc.
    Desired Qualifications
    1. M.S Degree in Electrical Engineering
    2. Understanding of AC/DC motor operating principles and technical challenges
    3. Experience in analog, low noise, and high precision electronic design
    4. Experience with Altium Designer
    5. Working knowledge of medical devices and FDA regulations
    6. Experience with CAPA systems, including complaint handling
    7. Ability to receive the appropriate inoculations required to enter an operating room environment