Systems Engineer

  • Location

    Alcester, Warwickshire

  • Sector:

    Engineering & Manufacturing

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  • Salary:

    £32000 - £35000 per annum + Benefits and flexible hours

  • Contact:

    Joseph Coombes

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  • Published:

    over 1 year ago

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Systems Engineer

As a Systems Engineer you will contribute to systems development of the company's products ensuring full compliance with regulations and standards. You will analyse opportunities for design improvement including but not limited to thermal acoustic, pneumatic, hydraulic, usability, EMC, electrical safety, functional safety, reliability, weight, cost, assembly and serviceability, help develop appropriate design solutions through mechanical, electronic and software design, prototyping and experimental testing. Ensure all aspects of the development lifecycle including elements of requirements definition, design implementation, integration, verification and validation are followed and remain compliant with the approved development process, risk management process and regulatory standards.

You will also define and apply integration and verification testing to examine the performance of proposed functions of the company products, record test results, interpret, summarise and report findings, and take part in reviewing defining and confirming the systems architecture of the company's products.

Key skills and requirements:

*Relevant Engineering, Science or BioMed degree preferred
*Experience of working with mechatronic systems
*Knowledge of testing, manufacturing and verification processes
*Hands-on system-level engineering experience delivering mechanical, electronic, or software designs for complex devices
*Experience in volume production solutions preferably in the healthcare industry (other regulated industries are considered)
*Experience of working to the requirements of a Quality Management System (ISO 9001 and/or ISO 13485) covering design,
verification, production and field support.
*Sound understanding of risk management principles applied to the development of safety-critical systems.