Medical Device R&D Systems Engineer

Union City, CA 94587

Posted: 11/15/2018 Employment Type: Direct Hire Industry: Clinical & Scientific Job Number: 14207
Medical Device R&D Systems Engineer 
Union City, CA

 

As a Medical Device R&D Systems Engineer you will be part of a small, agile team; responsible for medical device development projects starting from technology exploration, product definition, to guiding integration with software controlled electro-mechanical systems; ending with product and release testing.

 

We develop a broad spectrum of products from sterile disposables to complex capital equipment using a customer-centric, collaborative, innovation driven approach. We value ownership, calculated risk-taking, and tolerance for ambiguity as we build future devices and improve existing products.

 

Qualifications:

Bachelor' s Degree with 5-8 YOE or Master' s Degree with < 3 YOE

 

POSITION REQUIREMENTS         

Responsibilities:

 

Create innovative solutions to address user needs in products that differentiate the company in the market.

Maintain up-to-date knowledge of medical devices, technologies and regulatory landscape relate to the company’ s products.

Translate customer needs into requirements and engineering specifications.

Manage and logically organize data to identify and describe problems and assess the suitability and quality of technical solutions.

Meld technical contributors into a unified team and collaborate to determine best technologies for the product.

Perform engineering, integration, verification and validation testing, including protocol development, report generation and regression analysis.

Participate in cross-functional Design Transfer process to ensure product designs are manufacturable and serviceable.

Share and provide technical expertise and guidance to other engineers and designers.

Develop, manage and maintain design history files and related deliverables.

Manage, prioritize and align work activities with project schedules.

Skills:

 

Ability to find creative or innovative solutions for design of products.

Solid understanding of systems engineering principles and methods, system modeling and transformation applications.

Strong analytical skills and ability to apply engineering principles using logical or scientific thinking to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.

Ability to comprehend an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical and/or diagrammatic form and translate that into design requirement and/or performance.

Ability to make and communicate decisions in a timely fashion; to formulate and execute a course of action.

Ability to independently manage and prioritize work based on goals and objectives and provide deliverables in alignment with timelines and deadlines.

Ability to collaborate cross-functionally and cross-organizationally and respond to the needs of internal customers.

Strong interpersonal and communication skills and ability to effectively work in a team.

Adept use of Office Applications like MS Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio and Project.

Familiarity with Engineering Applications like MatLab, LabView or EA.

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BENEFITS

We believe better solutions and decisions are born of diversity and are proudly an EEO/AA employer. We offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401k with matching, educational assistance and more.

 

FOR OUR SERVICE MEMBERS AND VETERANS

We share a responsibility and commitment with our healthcare partners to provide cost-effective and innovative solutions that effectively meet the needs of all the surgeons who use our products.

 

Continues to collaborate with world class surgical and patient care thought leaders to ensure our products produce the most favorable patient outcomes possible. Our extensive innovative product portfolio and extraordinary services position the company to attract and maintain long relationships with our customers.

 

Jesse Ashworth

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