Engineering Technician

Miami, FL

As an Engineering Technician (also known as Technical Engineer, Instrumentation Technician), you'll play a crucial role in supporting both new and existing instrumentation in cost reduction and sustainment. You will lead and drive priorities in the lab, communicate with project leads, and modify existing parts and assemblies for engineering changes or program improvements. You will also operate and maintain a variety of diagnostic and reference instrumentation, and assist in the design and development of necessary tooling and fixtures.

  • Opportunity to be part of a global team.
  • Work in an innovative, diverse, and challenging role.
  • Contribute to reimagining healthcare, one diagnosis at a time.
  • Associate degree (AA) in mechanical/electrical engineering or closely related field with 6+ years of experience in constructing and debugging electro-mechanical and fluidic systems and subsystems, preferably in a medical device/diagnostic.
  • Ability to read, interpret engineering drawings, computer-aided design (CAD) files, technical documents, and manuals.
  • Experience using laboratory test equipment such as oscilloscopes and multimeters.