Electronics Engineering Manager
I am engaged to fill a critical EE Manager position for an established medical device company in the Denver suburbs. The company says they will expand their office from 25 to 75 employees or more by the end of the year creating growth opportunities for their staff. The growth will come from relocating the product development department from a recent acquisition. The local office will employ both product development and regional sales and marketing talent. It is reasonable to expect a director position or two will come open based on the growth.
This position requires an individual experienced in the management of NPD projects for medical capital devices, The position must manage technical staff with expertise in digital and analogcircuit design, power conversion, PCBA layout, FPGA based DSP, IP core integration and VDHL programming, IEC/UL compliance, RF energy, EMC emissions/compliance, formative and summative usability testing, and system engineering. A strong understanding of physics and electricalengineering fundamentals is required. The company will negotiate a competitive salary which will includes 15% bonus potential and excellent benefits.
The Director of Engineering, said the EE group will start with 3 EE?s and a couple of techs and contractors as needed. The EE Manager will also be given ?heavy? project management responsibilities which will include SWE?s and ME?s.
I have recruited several highly experienced engineers for the company in recent years and they are very happy to be working on a small development team that is in a remote site (very little outside interference) which gives them a lot of freedom to design new products.