Grason-Stadler Inc. (GSI) is a world leader in audiometric assessment instrumentation and carries a full line of audiometers, tympanometers, otoacoustic emissions (OAE) and auditory evoked potential instruments. GSI instruments have been the equipment of choice for audiological assessments throughout the world for over 60 years.
We are currently seeking a talented Systems/Test Engineer with a technical degree to join our team. You will work on hardware and software products relating to hearing screening, diagnostic and clinical instrumentation. This position is within the R&D department and will play a significant role in the development of our next generation products and improving existing products. This is a full time position. Priority will be given to candidates local to the Greater Twin Cities area.
- All aspects of testing of software and hardware products
- Plan, design, coordinate, and execute tests
- Understand customer requirements
- Reports test results and enter problems and issues into the bug database. Monitors and updates bug reports as needed including bug report closure. Manages the defect database
- Able to methodically produce the steps which exhibit bugs in the product and be able to reproduce and communicate these steps.
- Development of proper documentation to satisfy internal development procedures, FDA or regulatory quality system requirement.
- Shows initiative in gaining in-depth experience in areas of technology relevant to testing of company products.
- Analyze, troubleshoot and set up test environments for troubleshooting reported product issues.
- Develop tools to help replicate customer environments
- Support meeting regulatory standards, including writing of technical documents to support regulatory and product registration needs.
- Follow and improve corporate policies, processes, and standards.
- Contribute to creation and enhancement the product development processes.
- Minimum of a four-year technical degree required, four engineering degree in computer science or electrical is preferred.
- 4 to 6 years of applicable experience.
- Willingness to learn and ability to apply audiometric standard requirements
- Ability to work independently and as a member of a multi-disciplinary team.
- Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks and projects at any given time.
- Self-starter/self initiator with the ability to learn the new skills required by the assigned tasks and/or projects.
- Effective communication skills, organizational skills and attention to detail.
- Strong PC skills Excel/ Outlook/Word
- Positive, get-it-done attitude
- Experience working with audiometers and related equipment.
- Working knowledge of acoustics high desirable with demonstrated working knowledge of acoustical measurement tools such as sound level meters and spectrum analyzers
- Experience using test equipment (e.g., oscilloscopes, logic analyzers, spectrum analyzers, etc.)
- Experience with UL/IEC safety, EMC standards, and FDA quality systems
- Experience in the medical equipment industry
- Experience with multi-site project teams
- Experience with Microsoft Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio
- Ability to create automated testing on a Windows PC and CE platform
We offer a unique working environment and a competitive benefits package.
Indeed - 21 months ago