Description

The Staff Computed Tomography Engineer/Scientist at RefleXion will have primary design responsibility for designing, implementing, and testing the x-ray CT hardware and the real time control software for the CT system used to generate images of the patient. These images will be used to identify, locate, and register treatment regions, prior to the delivery of therapy. This position requires a deep technical understanding of kV x-ray generation, detector calibration, correction, CT image reconstruction and system control architecture. The individual will work in a team composed of other experts in dosimetry and gamma-ray sensing and will interact closely with the engineers on system calibration and workflow. The position requires a strong familiarity with medical device quality systems and design control, including specification, risk analysis, verification, validation, and manufacturing process controls. A successful candidate will engage on any and every issue necessary to ship products to customers of the highest quality and reliability.

Responsibilities

  • Brainstorming and analysis of potential innovations in calibrations, corrections, reconstructions, performance, packaging, and reliability at reasonable cost
  • Assist in defining the system and subsystem specifications working with experts in mechanical, electrical, software, physics, and dosimetry
  • Early stage research and proof-of-concept work to establish technical feasibility and clinical value
  • Design, implement and test CT subsystem control software for correct interaction with other subsystems
  • Working closely with the other engineers/scientists on calibration, pre-processing, image reconstruction and workflow
  • Activities include developing/executing verification procedures, and providing support to manufacturing and field issues
  • Completing test protocols and generating test reports sufficient to support a 510(k) submission and clearance
  • Other duties as assigned

Requirements

  • Masters or PhD in Electrical Engineer or Physics, or advanced degree with equivalent work experience directly related to x-ray imaging
  • 7+ years’ experience in the design and manufacture of CT imaging hardware and control software for a commercial system
  • Solid understanding of calibrations, pre-processing, and image reconstruction with track record of innovation
  • Knowledge of design and simulation tools used by physicists and electrical engineers
  • Demonstrated experience in and comfortable with all phases of the product development lifecycle including defining requirements, design, implementation, debug, verification, validation, and transfer to manufacturing
  • Ability to isolate and debug hardware and control software problems to the component level
  • Deep knowledge of electrical manufacturing processes
  • Experience with designing hardware products in an FDA or other regulated industry or for mission critical applications is desired, comfort with concepts of design input, design output, traceability, and risk analysis
  • Working knowledge of standards such as 60601-1 for medical equipment safety
  • Proven experience in a fast paced, high transaction environment
  • Ability to communicate effectively across all levels and organizations
  • Ability to build and maintain relationships across supported organizations
  • Excellent communication (written, oral), presentation and documentation skills
  • Dedication and determination to get through challenging problems
  • A passion for creating robust and reliable product
  • Background in high-voltage and instrument-level analog design a plus

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