The Electrical Systems Engineer will be part of a team of talented electrical engineers and work with other systems engineers to enable the future of radiotherapy treatment delivery. The Electrical Systems Engineer will work on all aspects of the RefleXion radiotherapy system: the successful candidate will demonstrate an eagerness to learn about every technical discipline represented within the radiotherapy system, devise system-level design options, and implement the electrical solutions. The successful candidate will also communicate effectively with engineers, physicists, and others across the organization.
The Electrical Systems Engineer will engage on any and every issue necessary to ensure customers’ systems are of the highest quality and reliability. He or she will also be actively engaged on diagnosing and resolving system-level issues. To this end, the engineer will benefit from some technical understanding of motion control systems and electromagnetics. The engineer will significantly benefit from understanding medical device quality systems and design control, including specification drafting, risk analysis, and formal testing.
Technical team member within the RefleXion electrical development team but responsible for work assignments with engineers from other disciplines.
Design and implement electrical interfaces and cable assemblies.
Write and review engineering specifications at the product and subsystem levels.
Write documentation and draft schematics to clearly convey design intent and considerations.
Participate in design reviews.
Complete early stage prototyping work to establish feasibility and clinical value.
Devise and complete system level verification testing.
Assist with system installations and troubleshooting at customer facilities.
Minimum BS in CS, EE or related field, or commensurate industry experience
2 to 5 years of experience in electrical design and/or electro-mechanical packaging.
Must be able to explain how previous engineering contributions fit into a broader engineering team goals or corporate effort.
Must be able to showcase an engineering design for review during an interview.
Demonstrate clarity in communication and explanation.
Experience with power electronics, switch-mode power supplies, and/or audio signal processing is a plus.
Understanding of medical device design control concepts and engineering practices related to the medical device industry is a plus.