Kaiser permanente biomedical engineer – clinical systems integration job opening in santa clara, ca livecareer gas ks

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Must work collaboratively with all other biomedical engineers specialties (Instrumentation, X-Ray, CT/MR, Diagnostic Ultrasound, Nuclear Med, Clinical Laboratory, RT/Anesthesia, Ophthalmology/Lasers, and Clinical Systems Integrations), KPIT, Business Partners, and Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) representatives.

Clinical Systems Integration- Must have a minimum four (4) years of service experience and formal training working on Medical Computer Equipment, Picture Archiving Communication Systems (PACS), or Computed Radiology in a networked hospital environment.

Kaiser Permanente is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), age, sexual orientation, national origin, marital status, parental status, ancestry, disability, gender identity, veteran status, genetic information, other distinguishing characteristics of diversity and inclusion, or any other protected status.

External hires must pass a background check/drug screen. Qualified applicants with arrest and/or conviction records will be considered for employment in a manner consistent with federal and state laws, as well as applicable local ordinances, including but not limited to the San Francisco and Los Angeles Fair Chance Ordinances.

The Hardware Engineering Group is seeking a talented and enthusiastic Electrical Engineer for their Systems Integration Team. This position entails low-level hardware design as well as engineering coordination with a dynamic set of cross-functional teams to take products from concept to production and beyond.

The ideal candidate is someone from a background that has circuit design experience for high-volume, low power, high-quality, and high-reliability products.5 + years overall experience neededMust have great EE fundamentals and great verbal/written communication skillsMust have passion for building high performance embedded electrical systems for excellent productsMust have a broad hands-on experience in embedded system prototype bring-up and debugging, functional verification, and manufacturing supportMust have experience designing products with high reliability from concept to production and experience working with contract manufacturersExperience in design and analysis in the following areas is important: Various serial communication protocols (including USB, SPI, I2C and UART), power circuits, analog, audio, sensor design and integration, and system and component level design practices for reliability.Experience and knowledge in the following areas is desirable: Processor and memory architectures, Bluetooth product design, video electronics design and measurement.Experience with the following tools is a plus: Cadence Concept & Allegro

Schematic captureManage PCB layout designPrototype bring up, debug, and definition of test methodologiesSystem specification definition and resulting bench level functional characterizationWorking with and managing suppliers and manufacturing partnersCollaboration/communication with cross-functional teams on complex, multi-discipline engineering challenges regarding fit/function/performance/power tradeoffsPosition will require some domestic and international travel.

Apple is seeking a Senior Systems Integration Engineer with low-level operating system and firmware knowledge to help build out next generation product experiences. The systems integration team follows products from cradle to grave, and we are responsible for large-scale system integration spanning multiple teams. We are seeking a Jack/Jill of All Trades; someone who enjoys plenty of diversity within a position. In this highly visible role, you will be at the center of a system design effort collaborating with many teams across multiple disciplines. This role directly impacts the delivery of functional products to customers quickly.

5+ years of broad, overall experience.Extraordinary software fundamentals and experience writing software in at least one programming language.Understanding of existing system abstractions and building new system abstractions.Knowledge of microprocessor based systems like x86 and ARM.Experience with bring-up and debugging of prototype hardware.Ability to develop requirements and documentation.Demonstrated analytical skills and proven multi-functional leadership.Ability to understand engineering analysis of complex systems and interpret the result in relation to the user experience.Understanding of EE system development and manufacturing, graphics, and system performance.Experience with networked/linked application communications and realtime systems.

As a systems integrator, you will help drive the design and implementation of features spanning many teams. As such, this position requires a wide understanding of software concepts and the ability to relate them to their respective feature. Due to the multi-functional nature of this position, you should possess excellent interpersonal skills to work most effectively with your colleagues. These skills will help navigate domain experts to architect good solutions that can be taken to product delivery.

As an Integration Engineer based in Cupertino, you will have responsibilities spanning all aspects of acoustic HW design:Acoustic design responsibilities for new products concepts and prototypesWorking with cross functional teams and suppliers to deliver high quality resultsSupport development build activities at contract manufacturers as neededSupport broader acoustic team through prototyping, measurement and user studies

Strong background in acoustics in an engineering role, producing high-volume consumer electronics. Preferred qualifications include: 5+ years experience in the audio industry, preferably in portable electronic devices Proficiency in all/most of the following areasAcoustic simulationAudio signal processing Acoustic and structural resonance and vibration Audio electronicsAudio transducer designAcoustic test and measurement interpretation and analysis • Subjective audio quality evaluation Experience with integration of speakers & microphonesDemonstrated success in the areas of design, manufacture, and failure analysis of audio systemsExperience with methods for perceptual and subjective audio quality evaluationExperience working with off shore manufacturers and travel to manufacturing sitesExcellent communication skills, both verbal and written

An Acoustics Design Engineer drives innovation and development of audio hardware for Apple products. This will include:Owning audio system architecture from concept to mass productionSolving speaker and microphone acoustic integration challenges in a cross-functional teamCommunicating audio and acoustic concepts to project teams and managementDriving custom speaker and microphone design and optimizationInternational travel to support engineering activities (required, approximately 20%)

Ideal CandidateYou should be someone that:Proven track record of developing audio prototypes quickly and efficiently (inc. hardware & software components)Is a self-starter and can work autonomously with high levels of successIs able to apply innovative simple solutions to complex problems