Staff Mechanical Engineer
San Francisco, CA
Managed by Jobot Pro
$135,000 - $150,000
A bit about us:
Based in Northern California's Bay Area, we have been developing new solutions that give medical aesthetic professionals the ability to stay ahead of the curve of the field with our process that has created truly unique medical devices! For over 20 years since our inception by laser and optical engineers we have committed ourselves to delivering the highest level or safety, competence, and performance. Some of the treatments our devices perform are body sculpting, hair removal, pigmented lesions, skin revitalization, tattoo removal, vascular lesions, and women's health! We are looking for a seasoned mechanical engineer to contribute in the development of existing and new medical technologies and applications. You'll be driving design verification by testing performance, use FEA simulation tools to model mechanical assemblies and guide design development.
If you are a Staff Mechanical Engineer that's passionate about design and performance, then please read on….
Why join us?
- Competitive Base Salary!
- 401(k) Match!
- PTO/Flex Work Schedules!
- Extremely Competitive Benefits Package!
- Dependents Benefits!
- Flexible Work Schedules!
- Accelerated Career Growth!
B.S. in Mechanical engineering with 5+ years related mechanical design experience for capital equipment, laser, or medical devices. Graduate degree is a plus.
Experience in dynamic mechanical design required. Experience with actuation assemblies such as laser beam scanning systems, translation and rotation stages is a plus.
Experienced in design of opto-mechanical assemblies preferred. Knowledge of strain-free mounting techniques for optics using adhesives is a plus.
Strong understanding of GD&T principles and ability to evaluate and apply them to precision mechanical designs.
Proven 5+ years of CAD design experience. SolidWorks preferred.
Extensive knowledge of leading manufacturing technologies including plastic injection molding, sheet metal manufacturing, and high precision machining.
Proven communication skills and ability to make design recommendations based on cross-functional inputs (Engineering, Clinical, Manufacturing, Quality, and Regulatory).
Ability to apply FEA simulation tools to develop designs by correlating simulation results with empirical test data. Experience with thermal FEA tools is strongly preferred.
Experience modeling thermal management systems such as air and water cooled heat exchangers and thermoelectric coolers.
Basic working knowledge, electronics, optics, and numerical data analysis (Excel, Matlab, or equivalent) required. Data acquisition skills such as LabView is a plus.
Familiarity with FDA Quality Systems Regulations/Design Control requirements, IEC 60601 compliance standards, or ISO14971 Risk Management requirements is a plus.