CT Products Verification Engineer Co-op
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Posted: November 25, 2016
Reference ID: 25888411
Verification Engineering Coop The Verification Engineering Coop is a limited duration cooperative education role where university students are hired to assist CT verification engineers with development of a wide range of product features while learning about verification engineering in industry. Department Description: The CT GCX (Gantry, Couch, and X-ray) Subsystem group is responsible for the software, electrical, and mechanical hardware that controls the x-ray generator, collimators, detectors, motion, patient support, and integrates with other subsystems and the platform for the design and implementation of CT products. Located in Cleveland, Ohio, this unit is part of the CT Global Research and Development organization. Along with other units located in Haifa (Israel), Bangalore (India), and Suzhou (China), we engineer all the software required for our extensive product line of CT scanners. Candidate Responsibilities: Testing support for state-of-the-art CT products during various development phases. Subsystem level testing of software and hardware including operation of CT scanners simulating use in the field. Execution of software installation, system calibration, and standard clinical operation simulations. Work with senior verification engineers to plan tests, execute tests, and report results as required in an FDA regulated environment. Troubleshooting system issues and entering problem reports in the defect tracking system. Candidate Profile: College student of junior or senior status working toward a B.S. degree in Computer Science, Computer or Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Math, Science, or related field with an emphasis on product development. Outstanding GPA with strong technical course background. Keen interest in hands on testing across the mechanical, electrical, and software product spectrum. Experience or familiarity with full life-cycle development (requirements elicitation, design, development, testing). Previous non-academic product development employment experience is a plus.