Leads Risk Management (ISO 14971) activities. May leads cross functional teams in planning, analyses (DFMEA, FTA, Risk/Benefit) and mitigations. Maintains risk management file for the life of the device.
Provides technical expertise in assessing and addressing hazards and risks in the following vehicle areas: battery and energy storage, electrical power distribution, and vehicle controls including the functional safety of electronics hardware, software, and systems/subsystems.
Developing and maintaining customer interfaces as well as the back-end data models. The stack is highly interactive and data-driven. Write code on the cutting edge of the capabilities to deliver with speed and quality.
Maintains engineering procedures, requirements, and specifications to ensure thorough definition and validation for engine control system development. Direct and supervise test technicians on technical projects as required.
A Software Development Engineer in Test [SDET] is a developer with the primary responsibility of effective assurance of product quality through test automation, code inspections, peer reviews, white-box testing and other forms of engineering excellence.
Assists and participates in the research, design, development and testing of software and tools, to include development of new work products or enhancing existing applications, systems or embedded products.
The Sourcing Continuity Engineer will work in the Cardiac Rhythm and Heart Failure (CRHF) Supply Management organization. Engineer is responsible to achieve quality, service and cost goals as related to components from suppliers. Specifically this role will be responsible for engineering work with all suppliers who provide products and services for the Heartware business.
Work with users to gather requirements, translate business requirements into specifications that will be used to implement the required reports and dashboards, created from potentially multiple data sources.