Support the full lifecycle of systems development for avionics products including concept design, system architecture, definition and management of requirements, modeling and simulation, managing suppliers, managing cost and schedule, sub-system and aircraft integration, verification, and flight testing.
In this role, the selected candidate must have direct experience with wireless communication technologies, including knowledge/experience with proper PC board/System level design so to preclude electromagnetic compatibility issues within RF/Embedded microcontroller context.
Responsible for developing and integrating electronic engineering technologies with embedded software / windows system designs into new and existing electro-mechanical products for complex surgical devices from concept research through a qualified production launch.
Experience with local/state/federal building codes, client interaction, project meetings, construction cost estimating, and budget management. Demonstrated AutoCAD experience required. Vermont or New Hampshire PE required. LEED AP is desirable.
Coordinate, review and approve electrical /software documentation created by external partners, including product requirements, schematics, code, verification and validation test protocols and reports.
Work closely with cross-function team, including design reviews with manufacturing engineers, test engineers, mechanical engineers to ensure the design meets the product requirements, including safety, reliability and manufacturability.