The Director of Electrical Systems will lead a team of talented engineers focused on the digital, analog, and power sub-systems associated with RefleXion’s radiotherapy products. The team’s product sub-system responsibilities include the digital design of embedded computer platforms, network physical layers, DC power distribution, interfaces to high-energy radiation sensors and high voltage sensors, and safety systems (E-STOP) design. The Director will be directly responsible for systems design activities, such as grounding strategy, inter-subsystem cable assembly design and connector selection, EMI and EMC strategy, AC power distribution, power-up and power-down sequence, shielding, and component selection for radiation immunity as well as managing the output of the embedded electrical design team.

The successful candidate will be a strong functional leader and motivator, an excellent project manager, and a technology advocate within the company. The position requires a strong technical understanding of digital and analog electrical design, board design, high speed digital cabling, and sensor design, as well as system level design and test methods to meet industry standards for EMI and EMC.   Some familiarity with electrical design in high-radiation environments is highly desirable.  The Director must possess the ability to teach and train others in the art of medical device quality systems and design control, including specification, risk analysis, verification and validation, and manufacturing process controls. He or she will be expected to engage with the mechanical, software, radiation sensing, and beam delivery teams on any and every issue necessary to ship products to customers of the highest quality and reliability. 



  • Delivering innovations in overall electrical system design, packaging, cost and reliability
  • Leading early prototyping work to establish feasibility and clinical value
  • Working closely with other technical leaders in the company, (e.g. software development) to maintain healthy cross-disciplinary team interactions and ensure timely project development
  • Assistance selecting and managing commercial suppliers
  • Organizing, managing and reviewing electrical engineering requirements
  • Organizing, managing and reviewing electrical system and sub-system verification and validation testing sufficient to support a 510(k) submission and clearance
  • Providing support in the development of efficient and high-quality production processes 


  • MS / PhD in Electrical Engineering or closely-related field
  • Demonstrated ability to inspire and lead other engineers by technical example
  • Demonstrated history of products reaching the marketplace
  • 5+ years commercial design experience in electrical systems design
  • 5+ years of experience with medical device design in a functional management role
  • Knowledge of design and simulation tools used by electrical engineers (especially PAD VX, Hyperlynx, LtSPICE, and Xilinx Vivado)
  • Expert in component selection criteria, and design for reliability and manufacture-ability
  • Demonstrated experience with all phases of the product development life-cycle, from initial conceptualization through transfer to manufacturing
  • Experience with hardware design in a regulated industry or for mission critical applications is desired; comfort with concepts of design input, design output, trace-ability, and risk analysis
  • Regulatory agency experience including UL, CE and FDA approval processes preferred
  • Excellent project, planning and change management skills
  • Excellent communication skills across all levels of the organization
  • A passion for creating robust and reliable products


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