Perform verification and/or validation testing on state of the art medical devices. This includes embedded realtime systems, PC based systems, smartphone based systems and Web based systems. The position will focus on black box integration and system testing and may also include white box unit testing.
Create and update project documentation such as requirements (software, hardware, and system), traceability matrices,test protocols and test reports
Ability to diagnose and repair hardware issues is a big plus.
Languages used: C++, C, Visual Basic, and assembly.
The successful applicant will have experience with debugging using emulators and electronic test equipment. Experience with ad-hoc testing is a plus. Ability to write requirement specifications and test protocols are a must. Knowledge of and ability to work within safety related quality process is a plus: FDA, FAA (DO-178B), DOD, etc.
Compensation depending on experience. Medical and 401K benefits available
Local candidates only at this time, please. We do not offer relocation assistance.
No third party candidates please.
US citizens and those authorized to work in the US encouraged to apply.
Sterling Medical Devices, Inc. is dedicated to providing quality on-time medical design, development and test services to medical device manufacturers. You will be proud to participate in the development of products that will save and enhance lives around the world.
Execute Test protocols, Write/Review Requirements and Test Protocol, Use of Emulators/Debuggers and Electronic Test Equipment