What you will be doing:
- Lead system design and architecture activities from the Initiative phase till Transfer to Production
- Define technical system requirements derived from product requirements
- Work with expert teams on design and development tasks to meet requirements
- Assisting design activities (e.g., DRs) and documentation design controls (e.g., DHF)
- The System Engineer will professionally lead the development process (Hands-On) in all the technical topics and will assume the following responsibility:
- Product definition and all its disciplines: HW, SW, Mechanics, Algorithms, Sensors, Man-Machine Interface, Test Bench.
- writing the product's Spec, writing the sub-systems Specs, and full traceability to the Marketing/Functional requirements
- The whole development process (Including the professionals’ disciplines): supporting the developers, participating in disciplines DR's
- Integration & formal testing (V&V), as Integration and development tests, assisting in Verification and Validation test plans definitions (traced to the requirements), defining and establishing the test environments, assisting in the test’s performance, and verifying that the system meets all its requirements.
- Assisting in managing the product DHF
- Lead Transfer to Production technical activities
What you have:
- BSc. in Electronics/SW/Bio-Medical
- At least 3 years of experience as a multidisciplinary System Engineer in Medical Device systems
- At least 5 years in multidisciplinary System Engineering hands-on experience
- Multi-tasking capabilities
- Deep technical knowledge and problems solver
- Excellent human relationships
- Fast learning curve
- Excellent English
- Independent, Responsible, and committed
- System Engineering degree
- Being introduced by an Insightec employee
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