Working with a cross functional team you will be responsible for design solutions primarily for production issues or cost reductions, along with documenting revision changes needed for medical products following strict Quality Management Systems and Engineering Change Process. You will be given guidance by a senior engineering staff and will be part of a world class enginering team. Tasks can vary from component analysis and test, printed circuit board design and test, cable and harnessing design, power distribution, and assisting manufacturing or service to solve problems.
Coordinate with other internal functions and external suppliers to identify and execute electrical sustaining projects. Apply project management and problem-solving skills to manage multiple activities concurrently.
As a Sustaining Engineer, you will provide time critical solutions to our customers, and navigate across functions and business operations to influence positive outcomes.
Danbury, CT; Secondary location
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
The incumbent may be asked to perform other function-related activities in addition to the below mentioned responsibilities as reasonably required by business needs.
Successful candidate will have a good understanding of electrical systems, will serve as a troubleshooter and problem solver on projects, and must demonstrate a strong commitment to production needs.
Works collaboratively with all functions and team members - e.g. program management, field service, manufacturing, mechanical, compliance, reliability, design engineers.
Capable of managing several projects and priorities defined by program or functional management.
Create supporting documentation. (CAD package updates, specifications, verification procedures & reports, engineering change notices)
Must support design of test control apparatus and equipment, and determine methods, procedures, and conditions for testing the engineered products and associated apparatus.
Involved in the specification, evaluation, and selection of electronic & electro-mechanical components.
Directs activities to ensure that manufacturing, construction, installation, and operational testing conform to functional specifications and customer requirements.
Ensures design, fabrication, maintenance, and repair methods/processes are developed as well as executed in a manner, which supports all quality standards.
Analyze and redesign printed circuit assemblies for obsolescence and product improvement.
Supports Design Transfer activities from R&D to Sustaining Engineering.
Supports design related CAPA projects and VIP projects, Cost reduction projects, EOL projects, Operations request for support.
Ability to collaborate cross functionally with technical and non-technical colleagues
Demonstrates logical thinking
Must be able to test and debug moderate complexity electronic designs to a component level
Must be able and willing to perform hands-on fabrication, testing, and repair work required to support assigned activities as needed when support from technicians may not be readily available
Ability to write embedded code to test designs is a plus.
Familiar with use of laboratory test equipment used in electrical engineering work. This includes some of the following:
Multi-meters, Oscilloscopes, Spectrum analyzers, Function generators, Logic Analyzers
Familiar with and ability to test electrical systems and subsystems in both analog and digital electronics.
Knowledge of at least one CAD tool suite for PCB design a must
Understanding of medical device compliance standards a plus
Understanding revision control for design and documentation a must
Word Office Suite a must
The physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools, or controls.
Stand; walk; reach with hands and arms; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
Lifting/moving and carrying products weighing up to 40 pounds.
Exposure to moving mechanical parts, vibration and/or moderate noise levels.
Exposure to hazardous chemicals or other materials.
Safety Shoes with Impact and Compression Protection Must be worn.
Exposure to Ionizing Radiation
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