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Sr. Electrical Engineer (Medical Devices)

DivIHN Integration Inc

Job Description

DivIHN (pronounced Divine) is a nationally-recognized Business Technology Solutions and Staffing services provider headquartered in Chicago. Since our formation in 2002, we have been trusted by Fortune 500 organizations to help them locate and hire best-in-class talent through our Award-winning Professional Workforce Solutions program.  Check out our careers page to see all of our job openings: http://divihn.com/careers/find-a-job/ One of our BEST F500 customers has engaged us to help them hire a Sr. Electrical Engineer (Medical Devices) to be available to work out of their office in Round lake, Illinois; details can be found below. 9 to 12 Months Please apply or call one of us to learn more
Interested candidates can apply at rraj@divihn.com or can call me at (630) 847 0285 Sr. Electrical Engineer


This professional will be responsible for leading the efforts in the coordination and management of standards compliance activities for assigned programs. This includes working with cross-functional product development partners to identify requirements, develop and execute compliance plans, coordinate testing activities, review compliance testing results and partner with certification agencies to certify products. This position requires candidates to maintain their knowledge of current standards and developing or changing standards that affect Client products.

Some of the activities will include:
Partner with design engineers to develop product requirements to comply with standards and regulations for intended use markets, develop Compliance Plans, participate in design and development activities and partner to resolve product certification, compliance and safety issues.
Consult with program teams on product certification strategy and compliance issues where needed
Will work under the direction of the Product Certification and Labs Engineering Manager to ensure compliance of Client Healthcare hardware solutions with standards requirements. Will also support efforts to comply with environmental regulations.
Facilitate and coordinate input from multiple cross-functional partners including program management, RandD teams, manufacturing sites and service locations to: develop comprehensive product certification and compliance strategies, develop and maintain therapy area compliance roadmaps and dashboards, and ensure that Client Healthcare solutions comply with product certification requirements in the intended use markets (domestic and international).
Keep abreast of changes to product standards and regulations affecting medical products.
Periodic travel will be required to perform job duties.
Ensure that all compliance test equipment complies with the test requirements specified in compliance standards.
Schedule compliance testing for Client Healthcare products at onsite test facility and at external test laboratories. Manage product test and certification projects with onsite and external test laboratories.
Ensure compliance test equipment is well maintained and calibrated in accordance with international requirements.
Submit documentation to regulatory authorities as required to obtain product certifications (e.g. EU, UL, Canada, Korea, Japan, Australia/New Zealand)
Develop standards strategy for Client programs that enable market access of medical devices in the intended markets for products


Responsibilities and Duties
Plan and execute product certification program commitments including supervision and oversight of testing at on-site and off-site test facilities.
Keep abreast of changes to regulations impacting Radio Sensitive Device products through reading trade periodicals, attending conferences, searching the internet and networking within the standards community.
Prepare product qualification submittal documentation to regulatory agencies
Ensure that lab test procedures and compliance process process comply with Client Healthcare policies, and international standards and quality management requirements.
Support Client Healthcare organizations located throughout the world in their efforts to obtain product certifications approvals
Prepare standards test reports and other documentation in accordance with applicable regulations.

Job Requirements
BS or MS in electrical engineering with 10 or more years experience in the design and implementation of complex embedded software systems.
5 or more years of experience in compliance engineering on complex design projects utilizing formal standards testing methodologies.
Knowledge of medical device requirements for European Union, Canadian, Australian, INMETRO and UL standards.
Knowledge of EMC phenomenon in Medical Equipment
Excellent understanding of EMC test equipment and testing method in accordance with domestic and international standards
Knowledge of EMC regulations and certification procedures applicable to Medical Devices sold worldwide including testing documentation, certification requirements and procedures (i.e. EN14971, EN60601, CISPR 11, FCC, EU etc.).
Ability to perform diagnostics and correct EMC failures in conjunction with design engineers
Strong electronics background is essential
Strong experience in Requirements Management, Configuration Management, Defect Tracking and Traceability
Experience with EMC design tools, automated EMC testing tools, electronic test equipment (scopes, logic analyzers)
Strong team player, able to meet deadlines and handle changing priorities
Good hardware interfacing background and extensive system integration experience with microprocessor hardware and software.
Experience in resolving complex technical problems using strong analytical skills
Excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills
Must be proficient at time management and multitasking
Knowledge of FDA's guidance on design controls and software validation, as well as ANSI/IEEE standards for EMC engineering
Demonstrated experience interfacing with regulatory agencies, conformity assessment bodies (UL, Intertek, CSA, etc.) and standards development organizations (IEC, ISO, NEMA, NFPA, ETSI, etc.).

About us: DivIHN, the 'IT Asset Performance Services' organization, provides Professional Consulting, Custom Projects, and Professional Resource Augmentation services to clients in the Mid-West and beyond. The strategic characteristics of the organization are Standardization, Specialization, and Collaboration.

DivIHN is an equal opportunity employer. DivIHN does not and shall not discriminate against any employee or qualified applicant on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status.

Job Requirements

Embedded, FDA, Medical, EMC, Electrical engineer
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Location US-IL-Round Lake
Employment Type Contractor
Pay Type Hour
Pay Rate $60.00 - $70.00 /Hour
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DivIHN Integration Inc
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Job Description

DivIHN (pronounced Divine) is a nationally-recognized Business Technology Solutions and Staffing services provider headquartered in Chicago. Since our formation in 2002, we have been trusted by Fortune 500 organizations to help them locate and hire best-in-class talent through our Award-winning Professional Workforce Solutions program.  Check out our careers page to see all of our job openings: http://divihn.com/careers/find-a-job/ One of our BEST F500 customers has engaged us to help them hire a Sr. Electrical Engineer (Medical Devices) to be available to work out of their office in Round lake, Illinois; details can be found below. 9 to 12 Months Please apply or call one of us to learn more
Interested candidates can apply at rraj@divihn.com or can call me at (630) 847 0285 Sr. Electrical Engineer


This professional will be responsible for leading the efforts in the coordination and management of standards compliance activities for assigned programs. This includes working with cross-functional product development partners to identify requirements, develop and execute compliance plans, coordinate testing activities, review compliance testing results and partner with certification agencies to certify products. This position requires candidates to maintain their knowledge of current standards and developing or changing standards that affect Client products.

Some of the activities will include:
Partner with design engineers to develop product requirements to comply with standards and regulations for intended use markets, develop Compliance Plans, participate in design and development activities and partner to resolve product certification, compliance and safety issues.
Consult with program teams on product certification strategy and compliance issues where needed
Will work under the direction of the Product Certification and Labs Engineering Manager to ensure compliance of Client Healthcare hardware solutions with standards requirements. Will also support efforts to comply with environmental regulations.
Facilitate and coordinate input from multiple cross-functional partners including program management, RandD teams, manufacturing sites and service locations to: develop comprehensive product certification and compliance strategies, develop and maintain therapy area compliance roadmaps and dashboards, and ensure that Client Healthcare solutions comply with product certification requirements in the intended use markets (domestic and international).
Keep abreast of changes to product standards and regulations affecting medical products.
Periodic travel will be required to perform job duties.
Ensure that all compliance test equipment complies with the test requirements specified in compliance standards.
Schedule compliance testing for Client Healthcare products at onsite test facility and at external test laboratories. Manage product test and certification projects with onsite and external test laboratories.
Ensure compliance test equipment is well maintained and calibrated in accordance with international requirements.
Submit documentation to regulatory authorities as required to obtain product certifications (e.g. EU, UL, Canada, Korea, Japan, Australia/New Zealand)
Develop standards strategy for Client programs that enable market access of medical devices in the intended markets for products


Responsibilities and Duties
Plan and execute product certification program commitments including supervision and oversight of testing at on-site and off-site test facilities.
Keep abreast of changes to regulations impacting Radio Sensitive Device products through reading trade periodicals, attending conferences, searching the internet and networking within the standards community.
Prepare product qualification submittal documentation to regulatory agencies
Ensure that lab test procedures and compliance process process comply with Client Healthcare policies, and international standards and quality management requirements.
Support Client Healthcare organizations located throughout the world in their efforts to obtain product certifications approvals
Prepare standards test reports and other documentation in accordance with applicable regulations.

Job Requirements
BS or MS in electrical engineering with 10 or more years experience in the design and implementation of complex embedded software systems.
5 or more years of experience in compliance engineering on complex design projects utilizing formal standards testing methodologies.
Knowledge of medical device requirements for European Union, Canadian, Australian, INMETRO and UL standards.
Knowledge of EMC phenomenon in Medical Equipment
Excellent understanding of EMC test equipment and testing method in accordance with domestic and international standards
Knowledge of EMC regulations and certification procedures applicable to Medical Devices sold worldwide including testing documentation, certification requirements and procedures (i.e. EN14971, EN60601, CISPR 11, FCC, EU etc.).
Ability to perform diagnostics and correct EMC failures in conjunction with design engineers
Strong electronics background is essential
Strong experience in Requirements Management, Configuration Management, Defect Tracking and Traceability
Experience with EMC design tools, automated EMC testing tools, electronic test equipment (scopes, logic analyzers)
Strong team player, able to meet deadlines and handle changing priorities
Good hardware interfacing background and extensive system integration experience with microprocessor hardware and software.
Experience in resolving complex technical problems using strong analytical skills
Excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills
Must be proficient at time management and multitasking
Knowledge of FDA's guidance on design controls and software validation, as well as ANSI/IEEE standards for EMC engineering
Demonstrated experience interfacing with regulatory agencies, conformity assessment bodies (UL, Intertek, CSA, etc.) and standards development organizations (IEC, ISO, NEMA, NFPA, ETSI, etc.).

About us: DivIHN, the 'IT Asset Performance Services' organization, provides Professional Consulting, Custom Projects, and Professional Resource Augmentation services to clients in the Mid-West and beyond. The strategic characteristics of the organization are Standardization, Specialization, and Collaboration.

DivIHN is an equal opportunity employer. DivIHN does not and shall not discriminate against any employee or qualified applicant on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status.

Job Requirements

Embedded, FDA, Medical, EMC, Electrical engineer
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