Contract position: Principal Electrical Engineer needed at leading medical imaging lab in Cambridge, MA. Will be responsible for leading the electrical engineering team for design, implementation and verification of next generation clinical imaging and robotics systems in collaboration with world's leading medical institutions. APPLY NOW!Responsibilities for the Principal Electrical Engineer
Requirements for the Principal Electrical Engineer
- Will be involved in a breadth of electrical design: power conversion/distribution, micro-controllers, computer interfaces, user-interfaces, electro-mechanical drivers and electro-optical circuits.
- Will work on board designs, as well as custom circuit designs.
- Provide guidance and technical oversight for a small team of electrical engineers
- Lead the definition of electrical systems architectures, technical solutions, and detailed designs for novel medical imaging devices consisting of software and hardware
- Drive development of electrical architecture and functionality for imaging and robotic applications - with an emphasis on modularity and portability to allow reuse across a suite of applications.
- Manage the research and prototyping of new and innovative solutions; manage feasibility studies of the design to determine if capable of functioning as intended.
- Degree in Electrical Engineering (BSEE); MSEE preferred.
- 8+ years of hands-on design experience in analog/and or digital design with excellent knowledge of low-noise techniques for circuit design and board layout
- Must have experience integrating, testing, and verifying complex electrical systems
- Must have working experience with various tools including analog simulation, schematic capture, and PCB layout.
- Experience with power supply and power distribution architecture and design
- Comprehensive benefit package
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