Location(s): United States ; California; Sunnyvale
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Role Summary: The Systems Test Leader has design responsibility to deliver customer workflow, feature functionality, product quality, reliability, serviceability, manufacturability, regulatory, compliance & cost. Activities include requirements development, traceability and flow down, CTQ identification and flowdown, managing integration schedules, completing FMEAs, developing/executing/managing System test procedures, managing customer sites and providing support to manufacturing and field issues.
Essential Responsibilities: • Providing domain expertise to serve as the main integrator between the hardware and software functions to deliver the best high quality product. • Working across functions and team boundaries to define, design, and implement technology solutions on NPI programs. • Working with customers, Marketing and field personnel to refine requirements which can be refined by the engineering teams. • Developing methods to quantify subsystem interactions and their effects on image quality. • Delivering and incorporating feedback results into new hardware, software and service specifications. • Drive system and subsystem assessments and predictions during design. • Make design recommendations to improve reliability and resolve conflicting requirements. • Implement reliability growth and/or qualification tests to validate predictions. • Review necessary support documentation and maintain documentation for each test in an organized fashion ensuring proper coverage to the requirements. • Offers suggestions to refine and automate test procedures; Prioritize and schedule testing. • Perform basic trouble shooting encompassing multiple variables and unknowns to achieve root cause analysis and problem resolution. • Conduct experiments and diagnostic tests, as required to draw conclusions. • Leverages knowledge in advanced aspects of technical/functional areas and applies technical theory and practical experience with input from relevant functional areas to solve complex problems • Works independently and possesses a level of functional expertise necessary to influence and execute technical and project delivery execution. • Works with patient/customers and/or program leadership to ensure that the project deliverables are consistent with the goals of larger programs or initiatives. • Supports mentoring of junior technical talent. • Accountable for implementing and teaching engineering standards. • Owns the technologies that support competitive technical differentiation.
Qualifications/Requirements: • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Physics, Chemistry or closely related engineering discipline. • 5+ years experience in a medical device or healthcare related field. • Proven ability to develop timely and effective solutions for challenging design problems. • Demonstrated problem-solving techniques. • Demonstrated ability to make recommendations to technical and program leadership to improve the product, process or technology. • Effective communication skills and boundary less behavior—ability to present ideas clearly and concisely. • Proficient in the use of software tools for analysis and simulation (MATLAB, etc). • Demonstrated ability to pursue tasks to completion. • Exposure to HW/SW/Systems design, and technical depth in one or more engineering disciplines. (Electrical, Mechanical, Software, etc)
Eligibility Requirements: • Must submit application for employment through COS (internal candidates) or www.gecareers.com (external candidates) to be considered for this position. • Must be 18 years or older. • Must be willing to comply with pre-employment screening, including but not limited to drug testing, verification of previous employment, criminal history and educational background. • Legal authorization to work in the U.S. is required. We will not sponsor individuals for employment visas, now or in the future, for this job opening. • Must be willing to work out of an office in Sunnyvale, CA. • Must be willing to travel 10% as applicable.
Desired Characteristics: • Master’s degree in Physics, Electrical Engineering or other closely related fields. • 7-10 years experience in a medical device or healthcare related field. • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. • Self-starter, energizing, results oriented and able to multi-task. • Demonstrated problem solving ability and results orientation. • Six sigma certified green belt or black belt.
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