R&D Engineer - Electronics

Job Overview

My client, an award winning medical device multinational based in Galway are currently recruiting for an experienced R&D Engineer - Electronics to join their team on a 12 month contract.

Regarded as a great place to work, this is a great opportunity to join a rapidly expanding company and join their R&D team working working on the existing designs and implementation of design changes.

Responsibilities

  • Design, develop, analyse, troubleshoot and provide technical solutions during the life of the products.
  • Support of customers by troubleshooting to root cause and resolving Electronic Engineering and related product issues as they arise in the field
  • Maintain the integrity and safety of the range of medical equipment with high electronic content.
  • Design, verify, validate and implement product improvements brought about by changes to electronic sub-assemblies.
  • Identify and verify alternative parts for obsolete electronic components.
  • Participate in projects to remediate design history documentation for our ventilator products and accessories
  • Support plant production goals by resolving Electronic Engineering and related electronics issues as they arise in production.
  • Perform operations in accordance with established safe working procedures, regulations, standards and general safety rules ensuring that attention is given to special hazards associated with the particular area of work.

Key Skills & Experience

  • Minimum of a level 8 degree in Electronic Engineering (or closely related discipline).
  • 12 months experience in an Engineering environment with Medical Device Industry experience an advantage
  • Willingness to work on a broad spectrum of sub-systems, ranging from analogue, signal conditioning data acquisition, transducer interfacing, power supply and microprocessor based designs
  • Experience in circuit analysis and simulation, schematic capture and PCB layout, 2D drafting and project scheduling are all desirable skills.
  • Experience of working with quality system requirements, within a regulatory framework and formal design controls is desirable.
  • Excellent Problem Solving Skills.
  • Ability to manage workload effectively and efficiently.
  • Committed to ongoing professional development.
  • Dynamic, positive attitude and action oriented.

Apply now for an immediate interview.

For a confidential discussion contact Kerry on 086 044 3981

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