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Business Unit Description
Our family of ventilation devices, including brands like AVEA® and Pulmonetic Systems™, offers customers leading edge products that range from adult to neonatal ventilators for all patient care areas. We also offer SensorMedics® diagnostic systems and Jaeger cardiopulmonary diagnostic products to help facilitate early diagnoses of chest diseases and sleep disorders. And, our patient care portfolio, including the market-leading AirLife™ brand and products from our strategic focus partners, is one of the most comprehensive lines of consumable products and small capital items available in the Respiratory marketplace.
CareFusion Business Description
Lead a small team of dedicated engineers to document, design, and develop electrical systems to be used in next generation critical care life support products.
Ensure regulatory compliance and best design standards are met.
Lead or participate in design studies for new or modified applications and related systems to improve reliability, safety, performance, lower cost, or implement next-generation concepts.
Follow design control processes in the development of electrical systems.
Understand the use of reliability analysis and reliability demonstration testing to insure product reliability objectives are met.
Execute design, test, integration, and installation tasks in accordance with project team objectives and requirements.
Ensure technical specifications meet product requirements.
Develop innovative concepts that satisfy product needs and requirements.
Participate in design reviews to ensure the accuracy and appropriateness of electrical system designs.
Ensure project development plans realistically address risks
Document electrical designs using electronic schematic capture tools.
Implement designs that meet EMC requirements.
Have experience in the design and release of a completed medical device.
Follow good documentation practices.
Job Family Summary
Electrical Engineering is responsible for designing and developing components, electronic packaging, electrical circuitry, and other systems used in finished equipment.
What is expected of you for success in your role
Demonstrates comprehensive knowledge of evaluating and analyzing designs
Determines design capability
Synthesizes and develops moderately-complex electrical circuit designs to the point of manufacture and releases to production
Evaluates and applies design trade-offs and constraints for design optimization
Uses advanced analytic tools and methods at a highly skilled level
Develops moderately-complex qualification test protocols for system/subsystem testing
BS in Electrical/Electronic engineering or equivalent with a minimum of 15 years experience is required in an environment developing new products;
MSEE is desirable
Medical Device Experience is highly desirable.
Must be skilled in troubleshooting, and construction of prototype and test equipment
Must be able to train, mentor and work well with others
Must have excellent skills in verbal, written and graphical communication