Test Engineer (Contractor)

About the Opportunity

We are currently seeking a Test Engineer to work on a contractual basis.  This role will be responsible for performing testing-related tasks for Medical Device and Cloud based Medical Device as Software (MDSW) products.

This position:

·         Reports to Senior Director, Engineering & Manufacturing

·         Is a full-time position based in our corporate office, located in Bethesda, MD.

·         Maintains a customer focus, a commitment to excellence, and adherence to compliance policy and medical device regulation in all work decisions to uphold BrainScope’s ‘Culture of Quality.’

 

Key Responsibilities

·         Responsible for authoring, reviewing, and executing hardware and software verification and validation test protocols

·         Qualify key test equipment, hardware testing, and processes in support of medical device development, verification, validation, and design transfer

·         Develop, coordinate, and maintain full software lifecycle (SDLC) validation deliverables for BrainScope software applications, including validation & test plans, acceptance testing, trace matrices, and software validation reports

·         Collaborate closely with hardware engineers, software development and systems engineers in the Bethesda, MD office.

·         Be involved in improvement of test process with respect to FDA regulation

 

Qualifications

·          Bachelor’s and 4+ years, or Master’s and 2+ years’ experience in biomedical, software, or other related engineering discipline.

·          Excellent technical documentation reading and writing skills

·          Experience working with product development in a regulated environment, including medical device standards such as IEC 62304, IEC 60601, ISO 13485, ISO 14971 and 21 CFR Part 820

·          Demonstrated understanding of the product development life cycle

·          Beneficial specific technical expertise includes experience with software testing and hardware testing, familiarity with design controls, and basic understanding of how algorithms may be applied in medical devices

·          Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal skills

·          Flexibility, willingness to learn, and a demonstrated ability to come up to speed quickly on new technologies and technical issues

·          Ability to operate effectively in a multi-disciplinary, team-oriented culture that emphasizes professional development

·          Comfortable working in a fast-paced entrepreneurial culture

·          Strong communication skills

·          Advanced MS Office proficiency

·          Ability to work and communicate with a broad set of team members of varying knowledge base

  • Experience with or familiarity with one or more programming languages (C#, C++, Python, Java, Kotlin) a plus.

 

 
 

Qualified applicants are encouraged to send their resume and a cover letter including availability to recruiting@brainscope.com. 


 

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