Senior Electrical Engineer

Position Summary
Position Overview:
The Senior Electrical Engineer is a key member of Insulet's Supplier Development Engineering team. Insulet manages a global supply chain and sources precision components and commodities from around the world for use in its devices.
The Senior Electrical Engineer should be self-motivated and will be responsible for sustaining and implementing breakthrough improvements to on market products. S/he will also be responsible for the development and support of low power battery operated medical device electronics. This position must have a good understanding of both analog and digital circuit design. This position requires close cooperation with other members of electrical engineering team in Life Cycle Engineering and R&D to accomplish project objectives. It also requires interaction with outside contract design house and vendors, manufacturing, software, mechanical, and quality groups. Finally, s/he will serve as a key resource to review and approve component-level documentation and specifications to ensure that quality, risk, and design for manufacturability are considered for all components.
The ideal candidate will have significant experience working with suppliers of electronic components and PCBAs for use in medical devices, automotive, or another highly-regulated industry.
Responsible for the development and support of low power battery operated medical devices utilized in administrating insulin to people with diabetes as well as for other drug delivery applications
Responsible for generating design requirements, schedules, risk analysis, as well as design implementation and analysis documentation
Responsible for conducting design reviews, design documentation, and conformance to FDA design control guidelines, technical audits, design of experiments, and test procedures
Able to use engineering CAD software to generate design documentation such as schematics, BOMs, circuit simulations, and review of PCB layouts
Participate in design verification and validation activities
Participate in cross-functional team meetings to provide status updates, review design documentation, and design review contribution
Interaction with outside contract manufacturers and vendors on the qualification, test, and manufacturing of various sub-assemblies
Responsible for support of manufacturing in design and development of lab and production test equipment for electrical sub-assemblies.
Responsible for production support as necessary
All other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience
Education and Experience:
Minimum Requirements:
Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering
5 years' experience in electrical engineering related field in a medical device or regulated industry and/or equivalent combination of education and experience
Experience and capability with statistical analysis using one of the following tools - Minitab, JMP, Excel
Preferred Skills and Competencies:
Effective verbal and written communication skills
Ability to communicate at multiple levels of an organization.
Appreciates the value of timelines and enjoys working in the focused environment that they create
Ability to manage projects and judge priorities
Ability to lead root cause investigation using a structured problem solving approach
Knowledge of analog and power supply design
Knowledge of digital circuit design and Microprocessors
Knowledge of low power battery operating embedded system
Knowledge of PCB layout design rules
Familiarity with the RF design is a plus
Ability to use laboratory equipment for electronics measurement
Knowledge of electrical safety and EMC standards for medical devices is a plus
Knowledge of FDA design control guidelines is a plus
Physical Requirements (if applicable):
Willingness to travel approximately 10% of the time

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