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Post subject: Job - Electrical Engineer with RF experience - Bedford, MA Posted: Wed Mar 12, 2008 2:50 pm


Joined: Wed Mar 12, 2008 12:50 pm

Posts: 1

Location: Bedford, MA

Hello all,

I wanted to share this job with the group. My company makes a great insulin delivery device that is contolled by low frequency RF transmission.

We need to add to our Electrical Engineering team and I know there is good talent in this group.

Thanks so much!


Electrical Engineer

Position overview:

This is an electrical engineering position to assist R&D engineers in design and development of low power battery operated medical devices. This person should have a

good understanding of both analog and digital circuit design, and RF frequency and be able to manage multiple tasks concurrently. This position requires close

cooperation with other members of R&D engineering group on multiple projects. It also requires interaction with contract manufacturers and vendors, manufacturing,

software, mechanical, and quality groups.

Job / Duties / Responsibilities: (Listed in order of importance) •Assist in design and development of low power battery operating device used to administrate insulin to

diabetes patients.

•Assistance in sustaining the current products in manufacturing.

•Able to conduct qualification and verification test at component and system level.

•Participate in design and development of test fixtures used on electrical sub-assemblies.

•Participate in cross-functional meetings to review design, manufacturing, or quality related issues.

•Able to use computer-assisted engineering and design software such as OrCAD to generate design document.

•Apply principles and techniques of electrical engineering to analyze failures to improve design or manufacturing processes.

•Working knowledge of design documentation and able to generating “engineering change order”.


Knowledge / Education:

•Bachelor in electrical engineering.

•Demonstrated working knowledge of electrical engineering (both analog and digital).

•Demonstrated working knowledge of Computer Aided Design.

•Demonstrated working knowledge of tools and instruments utilized in electrical engineering field.

Job Experience

•Minimum of 2 years experience in electrical engineering related fields (medical device field is preferred).

Skills / Competencies

•Effective verbal and written communication skills.

•Ability to communicate at multiple levels of an organization.

•Ability to organize and judge priorities.

•Ability to manage projects.

•Knowledge of analog and digital circuit.

•Knowledge of low power battery operating embedded system.

•Knowledge of PCB layout design rules.

•Familiarity with the RF design.

•Ability to use laboratory equipment for electronics measurement.

•Knowledge of electrical safety, and EMI/EMC standards for medical devices.

•Knowledge of FDA design control guidelines or ISO guidelines.

If you have the necessary skill set and are interested in joining a growing company, please submit an updated resume to Katie McAuliffe at kmcauliffe@insulet.com.

Approved 3/12/2008 - Kirt B.


Katie McAuliffe Insulet Corporation

Bedford, MA

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