The Job Responsibilities
Work within a team of engineers and test personnel to produce high quality deliverables during the design, implementation, integration, test and support phases of product development. Independently diagnose, debug and resolve defects. Provide technical leadership to development teams; write technical requirements (TSSR); implement designs from technical specifications; develop system architectures; provide technical documentation; translate designs into functional, tested software.
Coordinate activities of other engineers and guide the successful, timely completion of SW modules and subsystems by setting clear goals, objectives
Perform SW module unit test, SW subsystem test, and SW integration test to ensure correct SW operation and quality. Mentor others to ensure best testing practices are used consistently and evolve in accordance with changing technical product specifications
Provide advanced system level support to clinical engineers, quality engineers, service engineers and test personnel by executing tests, reproducing defects, documenting defect analysis in defect tracking system(s).
Contribute technical insight and expertise to program planning, strategic planning and department-wide process improvement initiatives.
Assist in team building and mentoring junior engineers by providing on-going technical guidance, review and assessment of development assignments.
Comply with all internal SOPs and FDA and industry regulations. Develop and/or improve development processes, procedures and protocols.
Utilize and enhance the software configuration management system to correctly maintain SW files. Able to build SW and install SW in a development and product environment.
Performs other duties as needed and assigned.
BS Computer Science or Electrical Engineering required; MS Computer Science or Electrical Engineering preferred.
Minimum of 8 years previous experience in software design, analysis and trouble shooting in an engineering environment. Experience requiring technical leadership within an advanced software development environment. Experience with Agile software development techniques preferred. Medical Device Industry experience a plus.
- Ability to function as a team member as well as independently.
- Ability to mentor others and coordinate and delegate activities of others.
- Ability to apply technical knowledge to departments improvements and planning.
- Ability to develop system architecture.
- Ability to maintain complex detailed records and reports.
- Ability to work with Agile development methodologies.
The Dräger Workplace
In North America, Draeger employees over 1,400 employees working in our major sites in the United States and Canada (in the US: Andover, MA; Telford, PA; Houston / Coppell, TX, and in Canada: Mississauga, ON), including our Sales and Service workforce employees from coast to coast.
The design, development and manufacturing of Draeger’s Patient Monitoring product line takes place in our Andover, Massachusetts location.
Equal Opportunity Employer – Disability and Veteran
Who we are
Draeger is a leading international company in the fields of medical and safety technology. Whether in clinical applications, in industry, mining or emergency services: Draeger products protect, support and save lives. That's what our more than 14,000 employees have been striving for - every day for more than 130 years. Dräger - Technology for Life ®
What we offer
Education & Training
Health center and gym
Additional/Voluntary Insurance; Education & Training; Health center and gym; Health Insurance; Retirement Savings; Special Assistance; Time Away; Workplace Wellness
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