Department: Research and Development
Reporting: R&D Manager
The Senior Neuromodulation Engineer role is an integral part of the product development team who will work on all stages of the product development process from conceptual generation through to commercialisation of cutting-edge medical devices. As a member of a growing team the Senior Neuromodulation Engineer must be flexible and willing to carrying out tasks outside of their routine responsibilities.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
The role of the Senior Neuromodulation Engineer responsibilities include:
- Contribute to developing products for use in minimally invasive ENT therapeutic procedures as defined/required by the business needs of the company.
- Interfacing with team members to optimise the design and safety of the product by providing technical input to the team.
- Provide novel product design and development engineering support and input to research and development projects.
- Design of concepts and prototypes in advance of selecting the most promising solution.
- Implement cutting edge technologies to provide the optimum design solution.
- Plan and track elements of product development, new product introductions and technology transfers, ensuring adherence to project timelines.
- Develop and maintain product development and innovation processes and procedures incorporating industry best practices and in compliance with appropriate regulatory requirements.
- Develop state-of-the-art understanding of relevant products and processes.
- Develop product and test specifications. Perform engineering calculations and analyses.
- Serve as department technical resource in any area of expertise.
- Proactively identify areas where process and product improvements can be made.
- Develop predictive engineering tools, techniques and approaches in order to enhance the product development process.
- Work with internal team members to explore new technologies, assess in terms of performance, cost and reliability.
- Generates breakthrough Ideas
- Dynamic team player and leader and can work effectively and proactively on cross-functional teams.
- Experienced with medical device product development, risk analysis and problem-solving skills.
- Degree level 8 in in Electrical Engineering or Biomedical Engineering with an electrical emphasis. MS and/PhD preferred.
- Engineering or related discipline with 5+ years relevant experience – additional relevant qualifications may be advantageous.
- Experience as designer in a variety of programs to demonstrate a broad technical excellence involving digital control functions plus mixed mode sensing and measurement functions. Low voltage design experience is required.
- Experience in the design of electronics for stimulation and recording of nerve interfaces.
- Experience with signal processing for acoustic band signals, including filtering, transforms and classifiers
- Experience with design of biomedical interfaces, either sensor acquisition or stimulation.
- Experience that demonstrates ability to verify and troubleshoot.
- Expert knowledge of analog, mixed signal or digital design methodologies.
- Proven ability to define and develop top level system functions.
- Proven ability to work with minimal supervision on complex projects.
- Demonstrated innovation in defining and solving problems that stretch known technologies and techniques.
- Demonstrated design and integration of biomedical systems.
- Experience with design for test and design for manufacturing methodologies.
- Knowledge of semiconductor devices and fabrication technology.