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!