Title: Electrical Engineer I/II
Reports to: Director of Engineering
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.