A Medical Device client in Orange County is looking to identify and hire an Electrical Engineer for an approximate 6 month contract. Our client recently received FDA approval and are experiencing significant growth.
The Electrical Engineer will be responsible for, but not limited to:
- Performing system-to-component level design, including but not limited to microcontroller interfaces and programming, including assembly and/or C; schematic capture; ADC’s, DAC’s, and low-noise precision analog circuitry; distributed PoL power; and end-of-life BoM management.
- Developing and maintaining control system documentation, schematics, test procedures, and validation/verification protocols and reports.
- Troubleshooting and system level testing.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or related discipline with a minimum of 5 years of work experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Strong preference for a minimum of 3 years direct experience in Medical Device environment.
- Schematic capture (Altium Designer, OrCAD Capture).
- Microcontroller development (dsPIC, 8051) and hardware interfaces (SPI, I2C, RS232/422 UART, PWM).
- Analog circuitry (ADC / DAC circuits, photodiode conditioning, system instrumentation, PoL power supplies).
- Development and debugging of analog and digital interfaces using simulation and/or hardware solutions.
- Analysis and documentation of component failures in production and the field.
- Adherence to established Quality Systems procedures and processes.
- Expertise in PCBA design software (Altium Designer, PADS Layout) desired.
- Experience with the full cycle of system EMC and safety testing processes desired.
- Design control; verification and validation, design transfer.
- The ability to interface effectively with all levels and functions within the organization.