System Verification Engineer

Verb Surgical - Mountain View, CA

30+ days agoFull-time
Verb Surgical - A Google and Johnson & Johnson joint venture

The System Verification Engineer will develop tools and processes to ensure that the Verb Surgical system and devices produce great patient outcomes, and lead the design and development of diagnostic tools used for formal verification and validation activities. This is a hands-on engineering role which touches on a broad variety of engineering disciplines required for formal testing of a complex surgical robotic system, including electrical, mechanical, and software.

The individual will work closely with engineers from all functional teams and should have demonstrated an ability to develop relationships and strong partnerships across an organization.

Required Qualifications and Experiences:
Written protocols and executed formal testing in a regulated industry
Demonstrated hands-on experience with system assembly, bring-up, and testing
Knowledge across disciplines: electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, software engineering
Understanding of engineering concepts such as system design, implementation, testing, and maintenance
B.S. in Engineering or other applicable technical degree + 4 years experience or M.S. in Engineering or other applicable technical degree + 2 years experience

Who is Verb Surgical?

Verb Surgical™ is shaping the future of surgery. A new future, a future unimagined even a few years ago, which will involve machine learning, robotic surgery, instrumentation, advanced visualization, and data analytics. A future of surgery that aims to achieve improved patient outcomes, lower costs, and greater hospital efficiency.

Verb Surgical was founded with technology, expertise, and funding from Verily (formerly Google Life Sciences) and Ethicon, a medical device company in the Johnson & Johnson family of companies. This company will continue in strong partnership with Verily and Johnson & Johnson (Google and Johnson & Johnson Team for Robotic Surgery) to advance the surgical tools and capabilities available to surgeons and OR professionals today.