Design Engineer - EE - 30109BR - EN

Job Description
Who we want

Curious learners. Engineers who seek out cutting-edge research and information to expand and enhance their ability to develop software.
User-focused designers. People who imagine with the user in mind, developing technology that helps change patients' lives.
Collaborative partners. People who build and leverage cross-functional relationships to bring together ideas, information, use cases, and industry analyses to develop best practices.
Motivated product launchers. Engineers who bring strategic direction and drive for execution to ensure products are developed and launched with precision.
User-focused creators. Engineers who design with the user in mind, developing hardware that helps change patients' lives.

What you will do

As an Electrical Design Engineer, you will be a part of a motivated team who has a passion for everything they do. You'll be part of the design, testing, prototyping and manufacturing of new control systems to provide greater flexibility over various components of the growing environment. You'll be responsible for designing new circuit boards as well as updating existing designs. All of your work helps to drive patient healthcare. Your work environment is like an engineering playground, the field is yours to make your own decisions, drive your destiny and add value.

Job Requirements
What you need

• Bachelor's of Science degree in Bachelor Degree in Engineering or related field.

• Knowledge of EMC/EMI limits

• Experience working with Power Electronics, motors, battery, or battery charges

• Hardware design experience

Meet Some of Stryker's Employees

Anish P.

Chief Mechanical Engineer

Anish oversees new product development, working with a team that focuses on complex electromechanical systems in order to find innovative ways to make healthcare better.

Bri M.

Electrical Engineer

Bri works with Stryker’s quality engineers in order to continually improve the quality of the company’s products. She also assists customers by troubleshooting issues in the field.

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