Systems Engineer - Senior

Company Name:
DEKA Research & Development
Position Type:
We are seeking a dynamic, results driven and inventive multi-disciplinary technical leader for a medical device product development program.
Overall system architecture design, system specifications and upper-level design descriptions
System level test strategy, test specifications and protocols
Defining critical interfaces between subsystems and leading subsystem team leads in the integration of sophisticated software driven electro-mechanical devices to ensure proper system function
Hazards analysis, failure modes analysis and mitigation design
Supporting program management to drive design goals within the entire project team; design goals may include product cost, size, weight, durability, manufacturability, and serviceability among others
Supporting the development of project plans by estimating the effort required to complete design tasks
Providing guidance to manufacturing process development including process development, PFMEA review, and manufacturing test criteria
Desired Qualifications
MS/BS in Engineering with 5 years experience in electro-mechanical machine and/or product design
Experience in multi-disciplinary environments including embedded software, complex mechanical systems and electronics
Demonstrated technical leadership skills
Demonstrated history of inventive solutions to technical problems
Demonstrated experience with product development, preferably in the medical device market
Demonstrated experience with product testing, experimental methods and statistical techniques
Knowledge of thermodynamics a plus
Knowledge of manufacturing processes a plus
Prior experience with disposable medical products and sterile fluid systems a plus

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