The system engineer is part of the system architecture and integration department. The system engineer is accountable for the requirements definition, the traceability of the technical deliverables along the development cycle, for the design reviews lead, the technical support to the project / product manager, the development and test teams.
He is following a system project from the beginning to the end and works across disciplines, ensuring a tightly-coupled integration across disciplines.
As a senior and experienced team member, he can balance technical priorities and business drivers, ensure correctness of system design proposed by the different stakeholders, and ensure that efficient integration of subsystems across disparate domains will be possible.
He oversees synchronizing the R&D activities under his scope. As a key actor of the system development, his leadership allow him to be is a key R&D representative of the team for project meetings.
Participate in high level analysis of business problems and user needs.
Provide support to the project managers during the design phase to reach deadlines, cost, and quality goals. Propose cross-functional trade-offs between subsets of the following dimensions : performance, schedule, cost, risk, complexity, and scale.
Establish the product development requirements according to high-level marketing requirements and regulatory constraints.
Identify missing requirements and incomplete designs for existing systems. Accountable that the requirement management process is followed and that proper traceability is builded and maintained.
Ensure that the interactions between the various sub-systems (biological products, instruments, software’s) are clearly defined.
Expand and explore the design space for complex, multidisciplinary system problems, and build quantitative models and systems analyses to evaluate solution alternatives.
Propose / participate to technical design choices, organize and lead the design reviews. Being able to Identify changes to the system architecture and allocations across sub-systems and components that improve system performance, robustness, extensibility.
Pilot of problem solving, capable to Break down and frame complex system problems to reduce ambiguity and complexity for technical teams and decision makers (written and verbal).
Actively contribute to establish integration, verification, and validation plans.
Pilot the technical project / product risk analysis. Perform technical risk assessments and define mitigations, identify potential failures modes or shortcomings of designs, and establish test strategy.
You hold a Master Degree Master in biology / biomedical or an equivalent qualification.
You have 10+ years in Systems Engineering or on Software / Hardware specification, development, Verification & Validation of complex systems.
It will be a plus if this experience has been acquired in an In Vitro Diagnostic (IVD) company.
You like to work in an international environment and are prepared to travel within Europe occasionally.
You are fluent in English and have good French knowledge.