Radio Frequency Electrical Engineer—Medical Device Industry

Sciton

About the organization

Founded in 1997 by the laser industry’s preeminent engineers and physicists, James Hobart, Ph.D., and Daniel Negus. Sciton’s mission is to provide best-in-class solutions to improve the human condition. Sciton’s innovation, from Erbium lasers to dual flash-lamp technology, helps to improve concerns of existing treatments by increasing efficiency, minimizing downtime, and enhancing patient results.
Our culture and company strength stems from our diverse collection of talented and motivated employees. One word that can best describe Sciton is ‘family’ because, our people, products, strategies, quality, cost, customers, and each member of our team is considered a family member.
We also give employees the support, rewards and challenges to come up with innovative ideas & new products, which is key to our future success. We strive to hire dedicated and driven individuals who excel in a challenging and team-oriented environment.

Duties

RF Electrical Engineer will be responsible for performing design, development and testing of RF power supplies (400 kHz to 10MHz; 100W and above) and high-power/high voltage flash lamp switching supplies and will work closely with the CEO and Sr. Director on challenging RF projects.

Other Responsibilities will include:

System level understanding and implementation of designs.
Designing analog and digital circuits.
Devise test plans and documentation.
Work with vendors.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, electronics engineering or closely related field
Minimum 5 years of relevant experience.
Hands on self–starter, Ability to work independently or with a team
Work with various vendors.
Demonstrated ability to communicate well (written and verbal)
General RF engineering such as RF power generation, impedance matching, transmission line theory, RF filter design; various kinds of switching high voltage power supply design, high-voltage design practices, RF power sensor designs, and frequency-tuning schemes.
RF engineering design practices such as cable length optimization, RF shielding, calibration techniques, etc.
RF measurement techniques and equipment (Power Meters, Network and Spectrum Analyzers, etc.)

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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