Your responsibilities include:
Designs, develops, debugs, modifies, and tests electrical circuits and systems by using current tools, analysis techniques, and technologies.
Documents electrical development by writing documents, reports, memos, change requests. Methods used are determined by approved procedures and standards.
Tracks electrical development effort by creating and maintaining records in the approved tracking management tool.
Solves engineering problems by analyzing the situation and recommending corrective or alternative actions.
Analyzes, evaluates, verifies requirements, circuits, and systems by using engineering practices.
Investigates, researches, selects electronic circuits, components, tools, equipment and practices.
In all actions, demonstrates a primary commitment to patient safety and product quality by maintaining compliance to the Quality Policy and all other documented quality processes and procedures.
What we’re looking for:
Degree in Electrical or Computer Engineering
Bachelor’s Degree with 5-8 year experience OR Master’s Degree with 2-5 year experience OR PhD with 1-2 year experience
Industry experience or internship/co-op
Solid lab skills and experience with debug, fixtures, test circuits or electronics circuits
Travel can be up to 10% to BSC divisions and suppliers world-wide
Experience with industry standards-based EMI/EMC
Experience with medical device electronics and systems – specifically in Electrophysiology or Cardiac Rhythm Management
Experience in working with contract manufacturers and/or material suppliers
Strong communications and time management abilities
Shows potential for leadership and entrepreneurship