Electrical Engineer I/Ii

Minnetronix Saint Paul , MN 55102

Posted 3 weeks ago

Title: Electrical Engineer I/II

Reports to: Director of Engineering

Job Summary:

Electrical Engineers apply Minnetronix' Standard Operating Procedures and basic knowledge of electrical engineering industry best practices, standards and technology areas to design, implement, and test real-time embedded medical device systems. They work cross functionally to bring products from concept through development and into production.

Electrical Engineers I/II are skilled at analog and digital circuit design, embedded system and microcontroller-based design, sensor interfaces, A/D conversion, filtering, and PCB schematic design to support new Class II/III medical devices. They work under supervision in a team environment.

Electrical Engineers I/II may be assigned to substantial assignments on major projects of moderate complexity. Assignments may be broad in nature and require creativity and ingenuity.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Digital and/or analog electronic design and development of embedded systems

  • Component and/or system-level electronic design and test

  • Might be assigned an element of a project or other well-defined tasks

  • Printed circuit board development, build, and test

  • Devise, test, and debug system-level architecture for new products of moderate and significant technical complexity

  • Design and develop sensor interfaces including A/D conversion, filtering, etc.

  • Develop and perform hardware verification testing

  • Participation in product requirements definition, analysis, project planning, and design reviews

  • Write design specifications

  • Assist with agency compliance testing in accordance with EMC and IEC 60601-1 standards

  • Conduct analysis, review and evaluation of design alternatives

  • Prepare and review design documentation and test procedures

  • Assist in definition, analysis and allocation of requirements

  • Support test activities

  • May provide mentorship of less-experienced engineers

  • May provide task estimates in support of projects

  • May assist in analysis, review and evaluation of design alternatives

  • May support process improvement initiatives


  • BS degree or equivalent in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or Physics

  • 0-6 years experience with B.S.; or 0-3 years experience with an M.S.

  • Experience with digital and analog electronic device development

  • Proficient at quickly solving routine or low to medium-complexity electrical engineering problems

  • Experience taking a device from design to production a plus

  • Embedded system design experience particularly for medical devices a plus

  • Detailed documentation skills

Must be authorized to work in the United States.

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