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In this role, you have the opportunity to
You will be responsible for the selection and qualification of electrical components in sophisticated respiratory care medical equipment.
You will provide engineering support for alternate component selection and qualification during product design and production and address component End-of-Life issues.
Your qualification process will include finding and selecting suitable components based on system and design requirements, analyzing candidate component performance on paper and in- situ and updating engineering documentation.
The components you will work with range from common PCBA SMT parts to sensors, transducers, valves and motors. You will be responsible for updating all aspects of design documentation including updating engineering simulation and analysis reports, schematics and BOMs as well as test plans, procedures and reports.
You are responsible for
Ensure component issues don’t result in project delays or production line-down scenarios.
Qualify alternate parts / suppliers to resolve sourcing or lead-time challenges.
Qualify alternate components to reduce BOM cost.
Work with Manufacturing Engineering and contract manufacturers to address component issues.
Work with Development Teams, Operations / Manufacturing Engineering, contract manufacturers and suppliers to optimize Design for Manufacturability and Design for Testability.
The ability to efficiently analyze and resolve complex technical issues and evaluate tradeoffs to resolve technical problems and achieve overall project objectives.
Strong technical competency.
Ability to lead as well as participate on cross functional project teams.
Ability to work independently.
The ability to meet project commitments (schedule, cost, and project goals).
A history of cooperation and technical leadership.
Interpersonal and influencing skills (across the organizational levels).
Ability to concurrently handle multiple project assignments.
Strong organizational skills, excellent verbal and written communications skills.
Define with their manager goals for personal and professional development.
Take accountability to execute their personal development plan to grow in current role and prepare for future roles.
You are a part of Connected Care cluster organization focusing on development of mechanical and electrical designs for a common platform serving multiple product lines.
Healthcare Innovation Center (HIC) is playing a key role in Philips global strategy for Connected Care businesses.
At Philips we are passionate about improving quality of life with solutions designed around the needs of customers and their patients.
Innovation is driven by gaining insight to the needs of the people who use our sleep and respiratory solutions. This tradition of innovation, combined with our ability to anticipate market needs, has made Philips a global leader in the markets we serve.
To succeed in this role, you’ll need a customer-first attitude and the following
This position requires Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering from an accredited university.
Required Experience / Qualifications :
8+ years of experience in component engineering
5+ years of experience in an electrical engineering environment
Solid understanding of and experience using common EE lab equipment.
Solid soldering skills.
Strong understanding of electrical component functionality and critical specifications.
Demonstrable experience working with cross-disciplinary development teams.
Desired Experience / Qualifications :
Experience developing Electronic Medical equipment / products
Medical or DOD or Aerospace work environment experience.
Mechanical component qualification and sourcing.
Experience interacting directly with suppliers, operation / manufacturing services, and engineering support services.
In return, we offer you an opportunity to serve a bigger purpose. At Philips, our mission to improve the lives of 2.5 billion people per year by 2030, and every day, we move closer to achieving our goal by creating cutting-edge solutions that lead to confident diagnosis, improved care, and increased quality of life for patients drive us.
We enable our employees to create a legacy in life through their work and support their development through people-centric learning, total rewards and personalized development planning programs.
Our business provides unique opportunities to develop and deliver meaningful solutions in the healthcare space and this new position is a unique opportunity to shape the next generation solutions we are developing
How we work at Philips
Our newly-adopted hybrid work concept fuses flexibility with collaboration to deliver great outcomes for our people and our customers.
We are embracing an approach wherein we spend more time together than apart which for full-time employees translates to an average of at least 3 days working from the office and up to 2 days from home for our hybrid roles.
Hybrid work flexibility means people can meet the changing demands of work and home in the most balanced, productive, and healthy way.
Our hybrid working model is defined in 3 ways :
We believe in the importance of impactful collaboration : There's a certain energy when everyone’s in the same room that can heighten idea generation and creative friction needed for problem-solving.
We embrace flexibility : Choosing where, when and how to work can vary according to task and team schedules. Flexibility isn’t office or online, it means choosing the space that works best for you, your teams and our customers on a case-by-case basis.
We want to be at our best : The way we work and our workspaces are designed to support our well-being, offer career advancement opportunities, and enable us to be at our best.