Johnson & Johnson Careers

Electrical Engineer - Orthotaxy (poste basé à Grenoble)

La Tronche, France

Job Description

Requisition ID: 1805680990W

Orthotaxy, a member of Johnson & Johnson's Family of Companies, is recruiting for an Electrical Engineer, Robotic-Assisted Surgery to be located in Grenoble, France.

Orthotaxy has just joined the companies of Johnson & Johnson. The robotic platform developed by Orthotaxy is focused on total and partial knee replacement, but the plan is to broaden its application to a range of orthopaedic surgical procedures. Orthotaxy will offer the next-generation robotic-assisted orthopaedic surgery solution.

The Electrical Engineer will report to the Engineering and Technical Operations Leader. In a small team of mechanical and electrical engineers, the Electrical Engineer will collaborate with team members to design/engineer new electro-mechanical surgical devices.

In Addition, The Electrical Engineer, Robotic Assisted Surgery Will
  • Write technical documentation in English.
  • Guarantee the compliance with the company’s rules.
  • Collaborate with various cross-functional team members (electrical, mechanical, research, regulatory, quality, marketing, clinical, manufacturing, etc.) from initial product concept thru final product launch.
  • Design analog and digital electronic functions to be embedded in the surgical devices.
  • Capture schematics and design PCB.
  • Design and develop firmware.
  • Support test protocol generation, perform testing and analyze results.
  • Execute engineering studies to test early concepts, participate to prototyping activities.
  • Contribute to meet requirements for EMC compliance of electromechanical systems.
  • Demonstrate superb oral and written communication skills, collaborating as part of a team, working seamlessly with team members across various global locations.

  • Bachelor’s degree in Electronical Engineering. More than 10 years’ experience in engineering environment
  • Strong electromechanical aptitude and problem-solving skills. Proficiency and working knowledge in MS Office tools. Self-starter and result-driven character.
  • Good knowledge of Altium CAD Software (or similar)
  • Embedded C/C++ development.
  • Fluent English speaking.
  • Development of CANOpen protocol on MCU
  • Medical device standards (IEC-62304, ISO 13485, ISO 14971)
  • First experience in Design for Manufacturing of robotic systems.
  • Knowledge in Design to Manufacturing practices.
  • Medical device industry or any “constrained” industries such as railway, nuclear or military.

Primary Location
France-Rhône-Alpes-La Tronche
Job Function
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