As a Senior Systems Test Engineer, you will make significant contributions to innovative technologies in Abiomed's preCARDIA platform. The ideal candidate for this role will have systems integration experience in the medical device industry and be adaptable and enthusiastic about collaborating as part of a cross-functional team to drive development across all stages of product development from conceptualization through product launch.
- Use technical expertise, knowledge, and experience to rapidly innovate the companies’ medical devices for use in chronic heart failure patients.
- Plan, conduct, and analyze system-level tests across our development roadmap of preCARDIA devices.
- Lead bench and animal testing to simulate current clinical feedback from the field. At the same time, bring a systems integration mindset and those learnings into future product development to lead the creation of next gen requirements and the path to verification.
- Evaluate and analyze device performance data utilizing technical and clinical knowledge to drive technical understanding and data-driven improvement plans.
- Fabricate and evaluate prototypes with assistance from junior staff, technical support team (Machine Shop, Technicians and Designers) and suppliers.
- Perform literature reviews, engage with physician, and heart failure care professionals, and develop quantitative analyses to unique problem sets spanning materials science, systems thinking, mechanical design, and biomechanical dynamics.
- Evaluate end user needs, standards requirements, and risk evaluations to generate design requirements and engineering targets which include design for manufacturing, assembly, and automation.
- Contribute to, author, and manage design history file documents – for example requirement, risk management, and test report documents.
- Develop and prepare test protocols, reports, and engineering summaries with expertise in technical writing capabilities.
- Prepare and deliver PPT presentations of technical design reviews to cross-functional team members.
- 6+ years product development experience; strong preference for experience with class III medical device development
- BS in Mechanical, Electromechanical, or Biomedical Engineering required; advanced degree in related discipline preferred.
- Ability to travel up to 10% of the time, domestically & international (US & EU)
- Experience spending time in clinical environment preferred (i.e. OR, ICU, engaging with heart failure and/or cardiac physicians).
- Ability to work in cross-functional teams that span global operations. Proficient in English verbal and written communication.
- Must enjoy team approach over individual contributions.
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