Healthcare Clinical Care Solutions
Engineering / Technology
Role Summary / Purpose
The Digital Hardware Design Engineer position is primarily responsible for innovative digital electronics design in world class handheld ultrasound products.
Designing new products and supporting Installed Base of digital (may include some analog) electrical boards, circuits, FPGAs, components (including ASIC) and interconnects
Design activities involving FPGAs, VHDL coding and UVM, processor interfacing (DDR RAM, RGMII, USB, SPI, etc) and digital components in general
Engaging in all phases of new product introduction : concept, architecture, documentation, design, prototype, test, supplier interfaces, manufacturing introduction and service support
Ensure reliability, performance and delivery through supplier relationships.
Qualifications / Requirements
Masters degree in Electrical Engineering or related field
Demonstrated circuit design experience in Digital and / or Mixed Signal disciplines, including FPGA design and UVM.
Circuit design and simulation tool experience
High speed digital test setup experience
Demonstrated technical leadership capability in integration activities
Demonstrated self-starter, energizing, results oriented, and able to multi-task
Ability to meet aggressive reliability, performance, cost, serviceability, and delivery targets
Experienced in developing project plans and estimates
Global project experience
EMC compatible design / solution experience
Knowledge of UL / ETL / IEC standards and how they apply to designs
Excellent teamwork, coordination and communication skills
EEDP Program Graduate
DFSS or Green Belt / Black Belt Certified (Six Sigma Design / Quality)
GE Vingmed Ultrasound AS (GEVU) is a world leader in the development and production of ultrasound systems for medical applications, and is a Center of Excellence in GE Healthcare.
The company was founded in 1985 and now has a total of 220 employees, with headquarters in Horten, and offices in Oslo and Trondheim.
GE Vingmed Ultrasound continues to have close collaboration with medical and technological research institutions in Norway and abroad, and more than 60 PhD’s have been published in Norway based on equipment produced by GEVU.
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