(CT/AMI) Rotational Engineer

Job Title(CT/AMI) Rotational Engineer

Job Description

Each program participant will perform in a full-time professional staff position in three of listed rotational areas. Each rotation assignment will be six (6) months in duration, a total of 18 months in the program. Every rotation development assignment is designed to give the participant a comprehensive exposure to the business structure of Philips CT/AMI R&D. At the end of the 3 rotations, the engineer will be placed in the most suitable role based on their discipline and experience within the rotations.

This program consists of six month assignments in each of the following three areas:

  1. Design Engineering (may include one or more of the following):
  • Product Definition – Functional Requirements Generation/Review
  • Product Design – Feature Development and Documentation
  • Product Qualification and Test – Test Plan Development and Execution
  1. Project/Program Management (may include one or more of the following):
  • Project experience within an NPI project
  • Project experience within an installed base project
  • Project experience within an engineering discipline
  1. Engineering Quality & Operations/Clinical Science (may include one or more of the following):
  • Systems Engineering
  • Validation Engineering
  • Documentation Control
  • Clinical Science


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