Sr. Quality Engineer / Sr. Software Quality Engineer - Biomedical Devices

US-MA-Cambridge
Job ID
6999
Experience (Years)
5

Company Overview

Canon’s Healthcare Optics Research Lab, a division of Canon U.S.A., Inc., was established in 2013 and has collaborative research agreements with Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham & Women’s Hospital to develop biomedical optical imaging and medical robotics technologies, with the ultimate goal of bringing medical devices to market.  These devices will be used for a variety of applications, including Image Guided Therapy, Miniature Endoscopic Imaging, and Functional Imaging.
 
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Position Overview

Be a part of the Quality team at our Healthcare Optics Research Laboratory and drive Software Quality for the development of unique biomedical devices in collaboration with the world’s leading medical institutions.  We are seeking an experienced Senior Software Quality Engineer who can lead Software Quality program and drive compliance.

Responsibilities

- Collaborate in the development and maintenance of the software procedures, work instructions and templates required to conduct and document software in compliance with FDA regulations and guidances, ISO 13485 and IEC 62304. Train and mentor software engineers on compliance to these documents.
- Facilitate and participate in the development of software requirements for one or more projects along with the software engineers assigned to the project team. Ensure that the software requirements are aligned with the project’s Design Input specifications.
- Drive and facilitate software risk assessments and failure analyses for one or more projects in compliance with IEC 62304 and ISO 14971.
- Mentor/collaborate with software engineers on writing software test plans and verification and validation protocols as well as test scripts.
- Develop and execute protocols for validating off-the-shelf software, systems or processes for Quality Management System processes.
- Assist in the selection of software tools including software development tools, configuration management tools, and issue tracking tools. Work with vendors and software team to assess the candidate tools’ technical capability, usability, vendor support; and implementation resource requirements. Drive the documentation and validation of these tools, including writing protocols.
- Ensure that Software configuration management is properly conducted and that software bugs are properly tracked and addressed
- Drive product and process improvements.

Qualifications

- Education: BS or higher degree in computer science, engineering, or similar.
- Experience: 5 years minimum software engineering or software quality experience in Medical Devices. Experience in writing software procedures and validating software tools is a plus.
- In-depth understanding of Medical Device software development regulatory requirements, best practices and technical standards including 21 CFR 820, ISO 13485, and IEC 62304.
- Experience in conducting software verification and validation, developing software requirements documents, and conducting software risk management activities. Ability to read code is a plus.
- Skills: Proficient in Microsoft Office.
- Must be a team player and possess strong oral and written communication skills.
- Applicants are encouraged to providing writing samples that demonstrate their writing capabilities.
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