Senior Electronic Engineer - In vitro Diagnostic Devices

Job Category:
Pharmaceuticals / Biotechnology / Forensics / Medical Devices
Job Type:
Permanent
Region:
North West
Town:
Greater Manchester
Salary:
£40,000 to £50,000 per annum
Posted:
01/06/2017
Recruiter:
SCI Recruitment for Scientists
Job Ref:
19520

Senior Electronic Engineer - In vitro Diagnostic Devices

Ref: 19520

 

Our client is a highly respected manufacturer of leading edge IVD devices for the healthcare sector. Continuous research and development means they now require a highly skilled and experienced software engineer who will ensure the devices function effectively and accurately.

 

The role will involve interacting with senior management and occasionally be customer facing so communication skills are high on the wish list. In terms of knowledge/ experience, you will require the following skill-set:

 

•           5 years industry experience (essential) - medical/ IVD electronics (highly desirable)

•           Electronic design for EMC compliance (essential)

•           PCB design, build and functional level validation experience with STM/ARM7/9/Cortex processors (essential)

•           Experience with debugging multiprocessor devices (essential)

•           Integrated Functional level validation/ testing (essential)

•           Design history, design control, version control experience (essential)

•           Develop moderately complex C#, C++ embedded software, testing/ debugging/ validation (highly desirable)

•           Thermal/ optical electronics (highly desirable)

•           CAD/CAM mechanical design and assembly modelling using Solidworks (highly desirable)

•           Low level signal processing experience using DSPs or CPUs (highly desirable)

•           Experience of Bluetooth hardware development and android device development (desirable)

 

Role: Permanent

Location: North West England

Salary: Negotiable + Benefits

Contact Details:
SCI Recruitment for Scientists
Tel: 01606 818290
Contact: Andy Cuthbert
Email:

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