Electrical Engineer III

NxStage Medical, Inc. - Lawrence, MA3.5

Position Summary:
The incumbent will support product or process development activities related to the development, design or manufacturing of NxStage Medical’s equipment products.

Core Responsibilities:
• Apply state of the art methods to the creation of new and existing circuit card design for NxStage products
• Lead major projects, or phases of projects, to resolve advanced and complex technical problems
• Perform Risk Analysis including, Fault Tree Analysis (FTA), Operator Misuse Analysis (OMA), and Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) activities to ensure process shortcomings are identified and appropriately addressed
• Lead Risk Management activities to ensure design and process shortcomings are identified and appropriately addressed
• Lead the product development team in the adoption and use of best practices and design methodologies
• Debugging new designs and developing reliability improvements to existing & new design
• Provide technical support for product engineering, design development, integration, test and evaluation
• Investigate the feasibility of new projects, systems or approaches
• Work with Quality Assurance and Research and Development to maintain an approved internal Quality System that meets the requirements of GMP’s, QSR and ISO 9001
• Support complex automated and semi-automated assembly and test equipment

• BS in Electrical Engineering
• MSEE Strongly Preferred
• 4-6 years experience in electrical product engineering and development
• Experience with CPLD's
• Analog experience
• Proven knowledge of Agile development methods
• Power System Design
• Designing for EM/RFI Regulatory compliance for medical devices experience
• Able to run major circuit card development projects from concept to manufacturing
• Reliability design experience
• Proven advanced technical knowledge in product development methodologies, design and implementation
Proven knowledge of entire development process, including specification, documentation and quality assurance