Staff Electrical Engineer (IEC 60601-1) - Draeger Medical Systems, Inc. - Job-ID V000002821
Compensation: $123,845.00 - $202,650.00 /year *
Employment Type: Full-Time
What will you do As a Senior Staff Electrical Engineer you will lead the team in design and development for new Patient Monitoring Systems. Primary focus is on developing the hardware architecture including analog front end design for ECG, Respiration, SpO2, invasive and non-invasive blood pressure. Circuits developed include sensor signal acquisition, filtering, A/D, D/A, defibrillator protection circuitry, patient isolation circuitry, digital signal processing, and embedded microprocessor design. Principal Accountabilities: Lead, mentor, and assist fellow colleagues in design and development of new patient monitoring systems Represent the EE development group as technical team leader interfacing with systems, software and mechanical architects to develop a cohesive patient monitoring portfolio. Providing technical solutions as well as project scheduling and project tracking. Innovate new methodologies for acquiring analog signals from the human body. Model complex analog and digital circuits using various simulation tools, such as SPICE or Matlab to conduct trade studies and optimize circuit performance prior to fabrication Drive documentation of all phases of the design including requirements, specifications, plans, reviews, test procedures, and test reports. Work with cross functional teams that include mechanical engineering, software engineering, clinical applications, product marketing, quality & regulatory, and supply chain to collectively execute the product development process per the Draeger SOPs to bring new patient monitoring systems to market on time and within budget. Perform other duties as assigned. Who you are Job Requirements: Education: BS Electrical Engineering required MS Electrical Engineering preferred Related Experience: 10-15 years experience in Electrical Engineering, or MSEE with 10 years experience. Demonstrated success in taking designs from concept to production. Solid experience with FDA/IEC (IEC 60601-1 Safety standard) regulated medical devices is required. Experience with Class II medical devices preferred. History of successful innovation Strong leadership skills Ability to work on abstract problems with limited direction Have main focus on patient signal capture through digital signal processing Proven track record in leading teams Understanding of analog and digital circuit desig Understanding of network systems Ability to document complex designs including: system requirements, theory of operation, schematics, interconnect diagrams, test procedures, test reports, risk analysis, and failure analysis. - provided by Dice
Associated topics: adapter, electric, image processing, lighting, renewable, signal processing, solar, transmission, wind, wiring
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