Senior Electronics Engineer

Senior Electronics Engineer 
Greater Dayton area, OH
Job Requisition: 6412
 
Description of Senior Electronics Engineer:
Design, develop, document and test electronic systems, components and circuits for Medical Device products.  Will work on new products and modifications to existing ones.
 
Responsibilities for Senior Electronics Engineer:
  • Independently evaluate, select, and apply adaptations and modifications to printed circuit boards, cable assemblies and overall control systems.
  • Analyze system requirements, customer needs, regulatory and standard compliance, device safety, device usability and cost while working cross-functional consideration.
  • Design and test printed circuit boards (PCBs), cable assemblies, devices and systems.
  • Owner of validation PCB design
  • Perform concept design of verification of systems
  • Document confidential descriptions and specifications of proprietary hardware and software, product development and introduction schedules, product costs, and information about product performance weaknesses.
  • Provide technical guidance on moderate to complex problems.
  • Influence the improvement of product development methods and techniques.
  • Provide guidance among engineers and co-ops
 Requirements for Senior Electronics Engineer:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering or related engineering field required.
  • 5+ years electrical experience designing and testing PCBs. 
  • Ability to prepare test protocols and test reports. 
  • Experience with EMC/EMI and serial communication & isolation.
  • General understanding of sensor integration and testing.
  • Knowledge of UL standards.  
  • Knowledge of ERP systems, Oracle Preferred
  • Knowledge of FDA and ISO regulations desired. 
  • Experience with EDA software, Altuim or Mentor Graphics PADs preferred.
 

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