In this role, you have the opportunity to:
You will be responsible for all aspects of electrical design, development, simulation debug, worst-case analysis, verification, failure analysis and documentation of sophisticated respiratory care medical equipment. Your work will include a wide variety of designs with a wide range of complexity. You efforts and skills will affect patients’ lives and the reliability, testability, manufacturability, standards compliance robustness and cost of our products. You will participate in a wide range of projects from Design feasibility, to new R&D development, to Sustaining redesign efforts. You will also support senior Electrical Engineers in large complex projects and development efforts.
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We simplify healthcare by focusing on the people in the care cycle – patients and care providers. Through combining human insights, clinical and technical expertise, we aim to improve patient outcomes while lowering the burden on the healthcare system. Philips delivers advanced solutions for health professionals that meet the needs of patients, and empower consumers for affordable healthcare whether in hospital or at home. If you have talent and would like to utilize your skills to develop state-of-the-art products that help people lead better lives, consider joining us at Philips Healthcare.
We are a leader in critical care non-invasive and invasive ventilation systems. Our innovative state-of-the-art products improve patient care and comfort, and help people lead better lives
• Create robust, reliable electrical board/system designs for critical care medical (respiratory care) equipment with complex electromechanical, electro-pneumatic, user interface, patient-response control, and fault tolerance requirements.
• Develop and document designs in compliance with Quality System requirements.
• Integrate new technology, techniques, and concepts to enhance functionality, simplify designs, improve reliability, and reduce production costs.
• Work with Manufacturing Engineering and contract manufacturers to plan and execute Design for Manufacturability and Design for Testability activities.
The successful candidate will have:
• 5+ years of experience in an electrical R&D or Sustaining environment.
• 5+ years of experience with schematic capture, simulation software and tools.
• 5+ years demonstrated success carrying projects through to a robust, verified, producible design and volume production.
• 5+ years of experience designing high-speed digital, analog and power circuitry.
• 5+ years of experience designing mixed signal PCBs.
• 3+ years of experience designing power supplies and analog circuitry.
• 3+ years of experience optimizing designs to reduce EMI.
• The ability to efficiently analyze and resolve complex technical issues and evaluate tradeoffs to resolve technical problems and achieve overall project objectives.
• Strong technical competency.
• The ability to meet project commitments (schedule, cost, and project goals).
• Ability to work in cross-functional teams.
• Ability to work independently as well as part of a larger team.
• A history of robust, reliable and innovative designs.
• A history of cooperation and technical leadership.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Strong interpersonal skills.
• Ability to concurrently handle multiple project assignments.
This position requires a minimum of a BS in Electrical Engineering or equivalent from an accredited university or a College.
Other Desired Experience/Qualifications
• Proficiency with OrCAD schematic capture and PADS PCBA layout tools.
• Experience designing power supplies.
• Proficiency in presenting designs in design reviews.
• Previous design experience in a regulated environment (i.e. Medical products) or under a formal product development process.
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