Insulet started in 2000 with an idea and a mission to enable our customers to enjoy simplicity, freedom and healthier lives through the use of our Omnipod product platform. In the last two decades we have improved the lives of hundreds of thousands of patients by using innovative technology that is wearable, waterproof, and lifestyle accommodating.
We are looking for highly motivated, performance driven individuals to be a part of our expanding team. We do this by hiring amazing people guided by shared values who exceed customer expectations. Our continued success depends on it!
Job Title: Intern, Systems Engineering, Design Verification
Department: Mechanical, Materials, DV Test COE
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Insulet is looking for enthusiastic, team-focused individuals that want to help test great products for the diabetes-care industry and obtain experience in one of the fastest growing and most exciting medical device companies in the greater Boston area!
The Intern, Systems Engineering, Design Verification will be integral in the technical design and development of Insulet's products by supporting all phases of the Design Verification Process. The person in this position will support the development, execution and approvals of system level design verification of products prior to commercial release and for most tasks associated with Design Verification and Validation as part of this COE's product development efforts. The ideal candidate is someone who thrives in highly collaborative environments, has a high level of curiosity when solving problems and wants to make a direct impact to patient lives by ensuring the products they use achieve world-class safety and usability.
The position will report to the Manager Systems Design Verification, Advanced Technology & Engineering located at Insulet's Headquarters in Acton, MA or R&D Branch office in Billerica, MA.
Assist with product issues, correlate with other issues, troubleshoot to root cause and process these to closure.
Contribute to Systems team efforts by performing other duties as required.
Assist with development and product characterization and verification tests and report results.
Perform Verification Testing on various products under development or existing commercial technologies.
Design, set up and run feasibility tests in an engineering laboratory environment.
Strong focus on simulated use testing that simulates typical and non-typical use of the products by end users.
Assisit in evaluating and testing potential risk cases
Provide input toward long term improvements in process, equipment, and organization.
Work with Systems Engineering and other cross-disciplinary engineering functions to support development of Test Cases and Protocols for design verification.
Assist in developing Test Cases to properly demonstrate system performance including "happy path", as well as properly defined and comprehensive edge cases.
Education and Experience:
Major in Biomedical Engineering, Software Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering or a related field
Strong Technical writing ability around complex engineering concepts
Strong personal computer skills, word processing, spreadsheet, database.
General understanding of medical devices or other safety-critical technologies.
Ability and desire to work in a collaborative team environment
Effective verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to follow written and verbal directions and procedures.
Ability to generate and maintain accurate records.
Preferred Skills and Competencies:
Demonstrated working knowledge of engineering principles and scientific methods.
Previous experience working in medical device or similar regulated environments
Understanding of Design Controls and their application to new product development.
Physical Requirements (if applicable):