St. Jude Medical Co-op, Systems Engineering - Neuromodulation (Plano, TX) in Plano, Texas

Co-op, Systems Engineering - Neuromodulation (Plano, TX)


Plano, Texas, USA at

Administrative Services at

Global R&D

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Full-time Co-op: January to June/July/August (6-8 months)

We are seeking an experienced, high caliber Systems Engineer to support systems engineering activities such as system design, requirement solicitation, risk assessment, verification and bench testing for implantable medical devices. Work requires the application of theoretical principles, evaluation, ingenuity and creative/analytical techniques typically acquired in a recognized four-year or more academic course of study. It also requires exercising appropriate level of technical judgment in planning, organizing, performing and coordinating systems engineering assignments.

The programs role is to provide full- or part-time practical work experience on a short-term temporary basis relevant to students’ academic programs while meeting the needs of the division for relevant technical and/or administrative support. Using established concepts, knowledge and procedures, performs assignments of various scope and complexity, developing/implementing solutions for routine to complex problems.

Impact this role will have on St. Jude Medical:

•Leads/owns pre-defined tasks within a larger effort such as definition, verification or product development of a sub-system, and drives them to on-time, high quality completion.

•Leads/owns system level verification against requirements. Creates test plans, procedures and reports, reviews the material with appropriate sub-system leads, performs and analyzes system set up, and conducts verification and validation activities.

•Lead and conduct component integration testing and end-to-end verification testing to ensure that the system meets the requirements.

•Gathers and analyzes input requirements for medical devices, supporting instrumentation/service infrastructure, and translates these into specific system requirements/interface specifications. Participates in broad cross functional review of work output. Updates and maintains feature specifications for one major project and may support one or more minor project.

•Investigates and defines systems engineering requirements for new algorithms or features, and facilitates the transition of algorithms into new projects through clinical review and evaluation.

•Assesses clinical and cybersecurity risks of new products or features, and iterate the design to mitigate the risks.

Your experience(s), education and knowledge will further expand St. Jude Medical’s marketplace success:

• Undergrad or Graduate level students in Systems, Biomedical, Mechanical, Computer or Electrical Engineering. Graduate level preferred .

•Strong technical background with solid understanding of engineering discipline fundamentals

•Hands on integration and end-to-end testing of medical device systems

•Excellent verbal and written communications

•Ability to take initiative and work independently

Your preferred qualifications and education:

•Familiarity with product development life cycle including requirement solicitation, functional decomposition, and verification.

•Students are required to be classified as a JUNIOR status or higher. We are looking for students in their upper level courses.