Stryker is one of the world’s leading medical technology companies and, together with our customers, is driven to make healthcare better. We offer innovative products and services in Orthopaedics, Medical and Surgical, and Neurotechnology and Spine that help improve patient and hospital outcomes.
We are proud to be named the #5 World’s Best Workplaces and a Best Workplace for Diversity by Fortune Magazine. Learn more about our award-winning organization by visiting stryker.com
Why engineering at Stryker?
At Stryker we are dedicated to improving lives, with a passion for researching and developing new medical device products. As an engineer at Stryker, you will be proud of the work that you will be doing, using cutting-edge technologies to make healthcare better. Here, you will work in a supportive culture with other incredibly talented and intelligent people, creating industry-leading medical technology products. You will also have growth opportunities as we have a culture that supports your personal and professional development.
We are a great place to work. Fortune, in association with Great Place to Work, named us among the World's Best Workplaces. We currently rank #5 out of the 25 companies on the list. This list highlights companies that have gone above and beyond to create a great workplace for employees all over the world. Fortune also named us one of the 100 Best Companies to Work for in the United States. This is the tenth consecutive year we have been on the list, and we ranked #8 out of 100!
We are a market leader in emergency medical care, creating lifesaving tools for lifesaving teams. For example, our LIFEPAK brand is widely known by medical professionals in both hospital and pre-hospital emergency care settings. We design and build complex systems such as multiparameter physiological monitors, automated defibrillators, and technologies to assist with cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). LifeNet, our internet-based system for moving emergent medical data was helping improve patient care before "cloud" was a computing buzz word. As a team, we thrive on helping emergency responders everywhere save lives and make healthcare better.
Who We Want
You will be a valued member of our Research & Development engineering team developing board/system designs of biomedical devices. You will design, maintain and lead the design of complex electronic components and circuits to meet the product design requirements for new, or existing products. Your contributions will include the design, fabrication, modification, test, and documentation of electronic components, circuits and systems for use in biomedical devices.
You will execute electronic circuit and/or component designs of moderate to complex mixed signal circuits, including feasibility assessment, part selection, schematics, simulation, performing or guiding PCB layout, board bring-up & test, software integration, design for EMC and manufacturability (DFM).
You will research, develop, design, test, and document electrical components, equipment and systems.
You will develop system level strategies for the design, development, testing and refinement of components and sub-systems. You will also support all phases of product development/sustaining lifecycle.
You will apply your broad knowledge of principles, practices and procedures of electronic engineering to the completion of assignments of moderate to high complexity.
You will recommend design modifications as indicated by analysis, test and usage, while reporting progress and evaluating results.
You will develop prototypes used to evaluate new and/or updated product concepts.
You will determine and develop solutions to solve moderately complex engineering problems, and work with technical leadership to decide on agreed upon solutions.
You will utilize electronic lab test equipment, such as logic analyzers and oscilloscopes to debug circuit and system issues.
You will translate system performance and operational specifications into electrical plans, requirements, specifications, designs and test plans and protocols with some supervision.
You will conduct root cause analysis and risk analysis, developing and implementing corrective actions based on feedback from technical leadership.
You will use your fundamental understanding of IPC, IEC, ISO and FDA regulations as related to electronics design.
What You Need
Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering or related discipline or equivalent experience
4+ years of directly related experience
M.S. in Electrical Engineering
Experience and success with concept-to-production engineering, including high level design, detailed design, schematic entry, simulation, layout management, prototype assembly logistics, board bring-up, lab debugging, system integration, design verification, and manufacturing handoff.
Understanding and application of technical principle, theories, and concepts in the field of electrical engineering, including but not limited to design with microcontrollers and/or Systems on module, power supplies, precision low level analog designs, A/D and D/A converters, battery chargers and monitor circuits, microcontroller/microprocessors, and programmable logic designs.
Experience with high-speed digital interfaces, such as Ethernet, USB, 1394/Firewire, PCI Express, LVDS, DVI, HDMI, DDRx and PATA/SATA
Experience with eCentral or other product lifecycle management tools.
Knowledge of the IEC 60601-x standards.
Experience with signal processing, algorithm development, and data analysis.
Experience with Cadence, or equivalent, for schematic capture and PCB layout.
Experience with circuit simulations tools
Experience with electromechanical embedded system design, including packaging for portability and ruggedness
Experience with embedded software design
2+ years of experience developing products in a regulated industry such as medical (FDA) or avionics, including demonstrated design experience in safety critical hardware design.Demonstrated self-starter who takes initiative to solve difficult problems in a team environment
Why Stryker? "It's the people." That's the answer you'll hear most often when you ask our employees why they love working here.
Stryker is one of the world's leading medical technology companies and, together with our customers, we are driven to make healthcare better. The Company offers a diverse array of innovative products and services in Orthopaedics, Medical and Surgical, and Neurotechnology and Spine that help improve patient and hospital outcomes. Stryker is active in over 100 countries around the world.
Together with our customers, we are driven to make healthcare better.
At Stryker, quality is first in everything we do. We are driven to make healthcare better for our customers by
providing innovative products and services that meet regulatory requirements through our effective quality system.
The Company was founded in 1941 by Dr. Homer Stryker and incorporated in 1946 as the Orthopedic Frame Company. In 1964, the Company’s name was changed to Stryker Corporation.
• $13.6 billion in annual sales in 2018; annual revenue has grown for 39 straight years
• 17.1% CAGR (compound annual growth rate) in sales over 39 years
• ~36,000 employees globally in 2018
• 43 manufacturing and research & development locat...ions worldwide
• Included in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index
• Ranked # 233 on Fortune Magazine’s “FORTUNE 500” list for 2019
• Ranked # 3 on Fortune Magazine’s “World’s Most Admired Companies” list for the “Medical Equipment” industry for 2019
• Ranked # 11 on Fortune Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” list (U.S.) for 2019
• Spent $862 million on R&D in 2018
• 7,784 patents owned globally in 2018
• Initial public offering of stock was in 1979
• Listed on the New York Stock Exchange under ticker SYK