In this role, you have the opportunity to co- develop electrical (sub-) systems and solutions (including their validation, testing and troubleshooting) for Interventional Guided Therapy Systems (fixed interventional X-ray systems).
You will work within a multi-disciplinary team on applying research results and technology advancements while taking care of the total system lead the R&D organization in demonstrating that our systems (including components, units and 3rd party products) complies with the international standards and regulations.
You are responsible for
Electronics and electric design requirements, development, verification, reporting and documentation. Assure design quality, validation and reliability of our medical products and systems.
Setup the test strategy and test plans to comply with Safety and EMC international standards and regulations in alignment with the Norm Compliance and Regulations departments. Perform EMC (pre-) compliance tests in collaboration with the internal & external EMC labs.
Alignment with other functions (mechanical, mechatronics, norm compliance, test and validation, purchase, quality, other)Co-creating, maintaining and carrying out the electronics and electrical team vision / mission / strategy.
Consult and support electrical / mechanical / software designers in design solutions to comply with EMC.
Co-creating, maintaining and carry out the design and validation for EMC compliance.
Co-create, maintain and improve EMC facilities (labs, equipment, quality of own and suppliers).
Successful cooperation with your internal / external customers and suppliers. Successful business model deployment.
You are a part of
the hardware department of the Mechatronic Development Cluster within the IGT Fixed Systems R&D organization. The department consists of an open and multi-cultural team working on lifecycle management (PQ&M) and new product introductions (PDLM).
To succeed in this role you should have the following skills and experience.
The System Designer has minimum a Master of Science or related technical degree in electrical-, electronics-, mechatronics engineering or related engineering discipline.
A minimum of 10 years of relevant experience in professional engineering environment minimum of 5 years experience in electrical and electronics development and / or measurement (preferable experience in IEC60601-1-2 or other highly regulated industry)
Experience in new product introduction and / or life-cycle development in the industry.
Being a team player with good coordination skills (soft skills)Able to work in cross functional teams.
Good communication skills in English and preferably also in Dutch.
Proactive and energetic.
Hands on and accurate.
Experience in SAFe is a pre.
Quality and improvement driven.
In return, we offer you
Working at Philips is more than a job. It's a calling to create a healthier society through meaningful work, focused on improving 3 billion lives a year by delivering innovative solutions across the health continuum. Our people experience a variety of unexpected moments when their lives and careers come together in meaningful ways.