Philips Lead Technologist – SW Systems in Bangalore, India
In this role, you have the opportunity to
Have a leading role in improving and maintaining a market-leading product in the field of X-ray based image-guided therapy (IGT) along its life cycle.
Our challenge is to
We aim to make the world healthier through innovation by providing the best portfolio of image-guided therapy systems to support minimally invasive diagnosis and treatment for a variety of critical conditions. Our products support physicians providing the best treatment in the most demanding conditions, from cardiovascular to oncological and neurological treatment. We touch patients’ lives when it matters most and we aim to do it in the most reliable, effective and sustainable way.
Our team leads the system engineering discipline that provides technical leadership to the development and maintenance of both our Azurion and Allura platforms.
In our strive to give a positive impact to Healthcare, we work on a constant stream of innovative solutions for our user while safeguarding healthcare cost by optimizing our life cycle management practices for our large hospitals installed base.
You are responsible for
Leading the system engineering activities related to the life cycle management and continuous improvement of our Allura platform.
Develop and release solutions for our Allura installed base, including IGT products as well as 3rd party products
Support definition and execution of our life cycle management strategy
Work with cross-functional teams to translate user needs into system requirements and systems designs that can be effectively implemented in our installed base
Enabling & supporting the quality processes related to medical device development, risk management,post-market surveillance etc.
Actively maintain the knowledge required to support and improve the Allura installed base
You are a part of
The system design team is a global and diverse system engineering team, with Best (the Netherlands) and Bangalore (India) as centers of excellence. It consists of 25 top professionals that lead all systems engineering activities related to the Azurion and Allura IGT platforms. By joining this team, you enter a community of experts with an incredible amount of knowledge on how complex medical systems are specified, designed, release and maintained.
The day-to-day work involves a very diverse set of activities, from translating user and business needs to system and components specifications to leading technical teams during design and development activities. From executing pre-market and post-market risk assessments to being the right hand of project managers in driving product introductions and modifications.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
Bachelor of engineering disciplines, 14+ years experience in end to end to product development
In-depth knowledge of SW development
Multiyear experience in Medical device industry
Proven experience in SW systems architecture/systems engineering
Hands-on experience in setting up and executing projects
Affinity to medical device standards and regulatory requirements
Very strong analytical skills, proven ability to understand dependencies within a complex system & break it down in smaller tasks & plan
Strong communication skills and experience in creating alignment between broad varieties of stakeholders (internal and external)
Experience in test automation and continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) is a plus
Experience in systems modelling and model-based systems engineering is a plus.
Why should you join Philips?
Working at Philips is more than a job. It’s a calling to create a healthier society through meaningful work, focused on improving 2.5 billion lives a year by delivering innovative solutions across the health continuum. Our people experience a variety of unexpected moments when their lives and careers come together in meaningful ways. Learn more by watching this video.
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