The Staff R&D Engineer will be a key contributor on a R&D team focused on Product Lifecycle Engineering and Product Development within BD-Diagnostics- Preanalytical Systems. The individual in this position will have an extensive technical expertise and has full knowledge of other related disciplines. He/She develops technical solutions to complex problems which require the regular use of ingenuity and creativity.
This engineer works in a fast-paced environment alongside a broader R&D team engaged in product development. She/He will work closely with colleagues in other functions like quality and regulatory to enable robust, reliable and safe system performance. In addition to technical expertise, the engineer brings strong leadership, planning and team building skills.
As directed by the Director, Quality Engineering, the Staff Quality Engineer I is accountable for support in the continued development, improvement, and expansion of the Diabetes Care WW Quality Management System as well as maintaining compliance with regulations, standards, and corporate requirements.
Develop, design, analyze, and specify innovative electrical components and sub-systems using applied mathematics, physical sciences, modeling and advanced electrical engineering technologies and practices for possible integration into next generation elevator and escalator: including embedded systems, discrete control, sensors, actuators, communication, and network connectivity.
Ensure appropriate processes are followed for effective and timely engagement of other parts of the company in product development activities. Contribute to a culture of innovation by proactively generating novel concepts to improve current product performance or enhance current products' ability to address customer needs.
Candidate will work with circuit designers, material suppliers, internal and external manufacturing facilities, and reliability engineering to define and develop MCM and leadframe packages and assembly technology to meet critical objectives for cost, reliability, and manufacturability.