Insulet Corporation

  • Associate Systems Engineer, Design Verification

    Job Locations US-MA-Billerica | US-MA-Billerica
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(4/4/2018 11:17 AM)
    Category
    Engineering / Program Management
  • Position Summary

    The Associate Systems Engineer, Systems Design Verification, will be integral in the technical design and development of Insulet’s products by supporting all phases of the Design Verification Process.  The person in this position will be required to design, execute and report on engineering tests, for characterization and Design Verification, as well as participate in the documentation and resolution of product development issues.  This role requires a strong engineering background with the ability to fully understand Design Verification principles.

     

    The Position will report to the Systems Design Verification Leader, within the Systems COE in Advanced Technology & Engineering located at Insulet’s Headquarters in Billerica, MA.

    Responsibilities

    • Support all phases of the Design Verification Process.
    • Design and set up feasibility tests in an engineering laboratory environment.
    • Author product characterization and verification tests and report results.
    • Develop and validate Design Verification test tools.
    • Author product issue records and process these to closure.
    • Participate in Technical Reviews and Design Reviews.
    • Analyze design changes implemented after execution of verification and validation to determine regression testing required.
    • Contribute to Systems team efforts by performing other duties as required.

    Education and Experience

    Education and Experience:

    • Bachelors of Science in Engineering (e.g. Systems / Biomedical / Electrical / Software / Mechanical / Manufacturing)
    • Nominally 1-5 years’ work experience as a contributing Engineer in the Medical Device or other regulated industry and/or equivalent combination of education and experience

    Skills and Competencies:

    • Demonstrated working knowledge of engineering principles.
    • Effective verbal and written communication skills.
    • Ability to communicate at multiple levels of an organization.
    • Personal computer skills, word processing, spreadsheet, database.
    • Ability to organize and judge priorities.
    • Ability to generate and maintain accurate records.
    • Experience working with medical devices a plus.
    • Experience with verification test Application Lifecycle Management tools (e.g. Doors, Helix/TestTrack, IBM Rational) a plus.

     

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