• Electrical Engineer II

    Location US-WI-Deerfield
    Job ID
    Pos. Type
    Full Time
  • Overview

    The Electrical Engineer II confers with engineers, customers, and others to discuss existing or potential engineering projects and products.



    • Create and / or update electrical designs.
    • Focus on digital designs, including microcontrollers, embedded software, and digital communications.
    • Analog modeling and design.
    • Design and test products for EMC, performance, safety and other regulations.
    • Analyze problems and apply knowledge of engineering principles to synthesize solutions in the design and support of products.
    • Perform detailed design or analysis of larger design projects. Analyze requirements, devise solutions, and create prototypes.
    • Root cause analysis of complex electronics.
    • Participate in development of Engineering Requirements and Specifications.
    • Work with manufacturing and service to create procedures, define assemblies, and develop test fixtures.
    • Maintains appropriate departmental product and procedure documentation.
    • Assisting the Regulatory Affairs group in gaining compliance of all existing and new products to domestic and international regulations such as EU MDD, UL, CSA, IEC, JIS, WEEE & ROHs as well as assuring compliance to regulations, which are specific to companies product mix.
    • Other tasks as assigned.
    • Comply with company policies and procedures regarding Employee health, safety, and conduct.



    • Bachelors degree in electrical engineering, a masters is preferred
    • Minimum of seven years of related experience, preferably in medical electronics
    • Thorough working knowledge of IEC 60601-1 and AAMI/ANSI standards for cardiac related products.
    • Experience in compliance including safety testing, EMC, and RoHS
    • Skilled at developing, optimizing and documenting operational processes
    • Experience with PC systems and peripherals a major plus

    Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities

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