Engineering functions within FHC’s Manufacturing group and supports the production, quality management, and regulatory compliance of five product families used in point-of-care functional neurosurgeries.  Departmental resources are also allocated for R&D and project initiatives to expand existing product programs and collaborate with partners and researchers on new and disruptive technologies.  The Engineering team has a proven record of meeting and exceeding all internal and external customer expectations.  Work environments consists of bench-top prototyping to production line and on-site operating room support. 

A wide range of skill-sets including biomedical engineering, mechanical design, electronics design, embedded software development, sterilization engineering and process engineering are leveraged to meet a number of functions critical to FHC’s core values. 

Mar 09, 2022

Electrical Systems Engineer

SUMMARY:  The Electrical Systems Engineer will assume responsibility for maintaining FHC’s electro-mechanical and electrophysiological clinical and research systems. This will include troubleshooting manufacturing issues and evaluating customer complaints while referencing system diagrams to determine root causes. The role will also require routine documentation updates to production processes, wiring diagrams, assembly instructions, QC instructions and packaging…