Farm is seeking an experienced Senior Mechanical Engineer to join our talented and dynamic product development group and play a critical role in creating the next generation of advanced medical technologies.
Here is a glimpse of what you’ll do…
Work on an exciting variety of products ranging through connected home health wearables, next generation therapy systems, and surgical robotic systems.
Engage with clients ranging from early stage start ups to fortune 100 medical device companies.
Be the mechanical technical lead on projects in a fast paced, supportive, and intelligent team environment.
Collaborate with industrial design, user interface, human factors, software, mechanical, and quality teams to create exceptional product designs.
Conceptualize, investigate, and develop innovative product architectures, mechanisms, and electro-mechanical designs.
Deliver compelling presentations to clients and internal teams to communicate design approach, value, tradeoffs, and recommendations.
Create robust design solutions using CAD, analysis software, and lab equipment.
Assemble and test prototypes to support design decisions and demonstrate performance.
Here is some of what you’ll need (required)...
Bachelors or Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or relevant work experience.
4-8 years of product development experience.
Highly collaborative team attitude.
Ability to lead systems with a strong sense of drive and accountability.
Demonstrated ability to use SolidWorks and/or Creo to resolve mechanical challenges and produce high quality CAD databases.
In-depth knowledge of various manufacturing processes and techniques (including plastic part design, metal fabrication, and extrusions).
Proven creative capacity as evidenced by the ability to invent, conceptualize, and abstract.
Here are a few of our preferred experiences…
CAD advanced surfacing.
Electromechanical product experience.
Medical device experience.
Engineering simulation software (FEA, CFD, etc.).
Design of experiments.
One or more of: Fluidic systems, robotics, catheters, materials, optics, prototype coding, sensor integration.