Philips Senior Electrical Design Engineer in Bothell, Washington
Join us designing the life-saving equipment needed to increase sudden cardiac arrest survival rates from the unnecessarily low 8% nationally to rates of over 60% survival like King County, WA. We work in a place where survivors come and thank us for doing our jobs.
We are looking for an Electrical Engineer to join our Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) product development team. An AED requires small signal processing for ECG analysis, high energy electronics to deliver the life-saving shock, and digital electronics to control it all. The development test equipment design is equally broad and challenging.
Our Philips culture values these behaviors:
Eager to win
Team up to Excel
In addition, our team is looking for engineers with the following qualities:
Curious, smart, and creative
Good judgment and decision making skills
Works from base physics, e.g., thinks about where the electrons are flowing
Philips ECR group is rapidly growing to meet the market demand of the medical industry. We are looking for a senior electrical engineer with 7+ years’ experience in a medical or other regulated industry.
Some of the specific skills and experiences may include:
Digital and analog circuit design
CPLD or FPGA design background
VHDL / Verilog
Microcontroller Design, I2C, USART, Low Power Operation
Design for EMC
Coordinating & Interfacing with Software Engineers
Circuit and product testing
B.S. EE or equivalent
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