- 13-Feb-2017 to 15-Mar-2017 (EST)
- Cambridge, MA, USA
- Full Time
- Are you an energetic, proactive, talented electrical engineer with device instrumentation experience?
- Are you a hands-on person passionate about creative and systematic product development?
- Do you get excited at the thought of reporting into the Founder, Chairman and CEO who is a renowned MIT and Harvard trained Physician and Physicist?
- Can you imagine yourself at a Cambridge, MA company that is on the cusp of rewriting the rules of personalized medicine, mobile diagnostics, and healthcare delivery?
Nanobiosym is currently seeking a talented and creative electrical engineer who will have the opportunity to be responsible for instrument system development projects and provide expertise on hardware design, development, verification, validation, manufacturability, product testing, and production ramp-up. This will include providing input into the development of design concepts to meet system requirements according to Company specifications.
A Typical Day:
- Oversee instrument hardware development and transfer to manufacturing for in-vitro (IVD) instruments. This includes developing, documenting, debugging, testing, and releasing to manufacturing the electronics used in medical devices.
- Produce development plans and schedules, interface specification, device and module level architecture specification, design and test specification, constraints specification, and verified RTL and test code
- Design support for printed circuit boards and test fixtures
- Design electronics containing analog, digital, and microcontroller circuitry
- Develop performance and test specifications from design requirements
- Analyze analog, digital, and power circuits in existing designs and select and source production-appropriate components as needed
- Oversee creation and maintenance traceability among design input, design output, verification, and validation and risk management artifacts to ensure completeness and fully traceable design history file
- Drive root-cause analysis of instrumentation issues that arise during development and introduction of product
Do You Have?
- A degree in Electrical Engineering
- 4+ years in electrical circuit design, test and product development working under a certified quality system (medical product design preferred)
- Exceptional analytical, fabrication, and troubling shooting skills
- Fundamental knowledge of components and circuits
- Demonstrated success conceptualizing and defining requirements to drive the release of devices to the field.
- Familiarity with Design Control for Medical Devices and other devices and is able to translate product needs into engineering requirements, allocate system level requirements into subsystem level requirements, and ensure complete
- Ability to write product, design, and performance specifications
- Ability to write verification and validation plans and protocols to effectively test designs against requirements.
- In depth knowledge of regulatory procedures that affect methods and techniques to solve issues when creating designs.
- Proficiency with medical device regulations (ISO 13485, ISO 14971, 21 CFR part 820.30-Design Controls).
- Proficiency with Solid Modeling tools such as SolidWorks
- Proficiency with electrical test equipment; oscilloscopes, logic analyzers, etc.
- Experience with circuit modeling software such as PSpice
- Strong schematic capture skills and good working knowledge of PCB layout software.
- General experience with PCB development including schematic, layout, building, and debugging
- Experience in analog and digital circuit design including signal processing, a/d, d/a, power, and firmware design in C.
- Proficiency with simulation and testing software such as Labview, MATLAB, and Simulink
- Proficiency in analog and digital circuit design including signal processing, a/d, d/a, power, and firmware design in C.
- Experience with GUI development kits (Android)
- Familiarity with JAVA, Verilog and VHDL
We are smart, passionate, fearless, focused and steadfast in our mission. If we're going to rewrite the rules, we have to work hard, and that means we typically work more than a 40-hour workweek. We do it because we love what we do, and we're working to deliver world class healthcare to the over 7 billion people living on Earth today. Our hard work doesn't go unnoticed; we were awarded the first ever XPRIZE for healthcare for which we are immensely proud.
If all of this sounds like it was written for you, we'd love to receive your application and resume.
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