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Electrical Engineer I - Medical Devices

Date: Jul 3, 2018

Location: Canton, GA, US, 30107

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Ensuring Chart’s Success…

Chart Industries is a growing, global company with more than 4,000 employees and operations in Europe, Asia, Australia and the United States. We make high quality, highly engineered products that improve people’s lives, advance medical research and contribute to a cleaner, more sustainable world.  Chart's Georgia facility is currently seeking candidates interested in the position of Electrical Engineer.

 

Successful candidate will join the Electrical Engineering team in Chart’s BioMedical division, at the global headquarters in Georgia.  This individual will work with cross-disciplinary design teams on projects of various sized scopes, and will have the opportunity to be mentored by senior engineers.  This engineer will integrate into the full product life cycle, from design and development to transfer to manufacturing and sustaining activities, in electronic embedded system design.  Key product lines include oxygen therapy medical devices and cryogenic-biological medical storage equipment.

 

Your Education Should Be…

  • Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Technology or Computer Engineering

 

Your Professional Skills and Experience …

Required …

  • Good communication skills, both written and oral
  • Ability to work well in an integrated team environment
  • Knowledge and hands-on skills in electronic firmware or hardware development
  • Previous work or co-op experience preferred

 

Relevant Experience could include …

  • Experience with programmable devices such as PIC, ARM, SoC, or FPGA controllers
  • Firmware and software experience, using programming languages C and C#
  • Experience with communication protocols, such as I2C, SPI, USB, RS-232
  • Experience with wireless / Bluetooth communication
  • Experience with analog or digital circuit design and sensor integration
  • Experience with power management (AC and battery power) for low voltage devices
  • Testing and troubleshooting experience utilizing multimeters, oscilloscopes, logic and spectrum analyzers
  • Ability to utilize an electrical CAD packages for schematic entry, such as Altium, OrCad, or similar.

 

What Your Day-to-Day Activities May Include…

  • Perform design level tasks for development of electrical embedded systems for electro-mechanical biomedical devices with the cross functional design team
  • Develop firmware and/or hardware solutions that meet sub-system design specs
  • Performance lab testing and troubleshooting of electronics firmware and hardware.
  • Electronics design, hardware prototyping, and performance testing activities
  • Firmware development utilizing programmable hardware and microcontrollers interfacing analog and digital sensors, user interface display and controls, motor control, and electro-pneumatic systems control with pressure feedback
  • Develop software to support bench testing
  • Participate in hardware specification, schematic, and board layout reviews
  • Review and evaluation of product design through informal and formal design reviews as well as through design verification test plans and reports.
  • Evaluation of product non-conformances and recommendation of design modifications.
  • Perform electrical component selection and generate schematics for prototype and/or sub-system designs through final releasing of PCBAs
  • Perform obsolescence reviews of current components for sustaining engineering support and create and sustain BOMs for PCBAs
  • Design and/or specify PCB Functional Tests for manufacturing.
  • Support manufacturing personnel when electronic troubleshooting is required.

                                                                        

Your Physical Work Environment Will Require

  • Ability to work in an office environment
  • This position will require the ability to move around the lab and production floor to address production issues relating to products and equipment.
  • Ability to sit, stand, and/or walk for 8 hrs/day.
  • May need to lift up to 40 lbs.

 

Chart Industries is an equal employment opportunity employer.


Nearest Major Market: Atlanta

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