Electronics Engineer

Are you an Electronics Engineer with a passion for cutting-edge innovation? Seize the chance for profound experience in medical device development.

Join a dynamic team at the forefront of revolutionizing medical technologies. Have the opportunity to be a vital part of shaping the future in this exciting field.

Elevate your career and expertise with us as we pioneer breakthroughs that make a real-world impact.

Location: Melbourne, Victoria

What’s in it for you:

  • Generous salary package.

  • Experience the entire product lifecycle – from concept to manufacturing and customer engagement.

  • Ample room for professional skill development, whether focusing on technical expertise or transitioning to product management.

  • Join a passionate, growing engineering team within an established Australian company.

  • Expand your skill set beyond electronic engineering to areas such as new product development, control systems, software/firmware, systems integration, algorithms, compliance, testing, and design for manufacturing.

  • Contribute to impactful work that directly improves people's lives through innovative medical devices.

What you’ll do:

  • Work closely with other teams to deeply integrate components and involve third parties when needed.

  • Team up with fellow engineers to write firmware, algorithm development, software systems, and product integration.

  • Handle compliance documentation and testing, including tasks related to medical safety and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).

  • Validate the design through various testing procedures.

  • Take care of quality system documentation, such as analyzing risks and hazards, creating technical files, and developing manuals.

  • Oversee the transition of designs to the production phase.

  • Handle configuration management and any updates or changes to the product or its parts due to obsolescence.

  • Analyze electronic assemblies to identify the root causes of failures.

  • Perform tests, gather data, and create reports based on the results.

  • Assist in tasks related to manufacturing and servicing of products.

  • Stay on track with project timelines and deadlines.

  • Some flexibility is possible in terms of work arrangements.

What you’ll need:

  • Bachelor's degree in engineering or relevant discipline.

  • Practical experience in developing commercial applications is preferred.

  • Technical know-how in electronic systems across components, sub-systems, and complete systems.

  • Understanding of PCB assemblies.

  • Knowledge of Linux or embedded system software.

  • Skilled in tools like Altium for schematic capture, PCB layout software, and Microsoft Office is essential.

  • Understanding CAD software such as Solidworks.

  • Experience with Test Equipment: Previous exposure to test equipment is valuable.

  • Experience in operating within a quality framework with good documentation skills

Seize this opportunity to drive innovation! Apply now to shape the future with cutting-edge technology!