At Johnson & Johnson, we use technology and the power of teamwork to discover new ways to prevent and overcome the world’s the most significant healthcare challenges. Our Corporate, Consumer Health, Medical Devices, and Pharmaceutical teams leverage data, real-world insights, and creative minds to make life-changing healthcare products and medicines.
Assistant/Associate Electrical Engineer-Engineering Development Program
Contribute to designing and implementing Ethicon’s vision across the Robotics & Digital Solutions, Energy, and Endomechanical platforms.
Design benchtop and embedded electronics for devices with smart, adaptive, and tissue sensing algorithms to improve patient outcomes.
Develop test methods, perform engineering studies and increase your engineering documentation skills.
Document failure mode effect analysis (FMEA), hardware design descriptions, and derating analysis for electrical assemblies.
Complete multidisciplinary rotations throughout the lifecycle of the medical product development process over a 3-year period.
Have a strong support network of seasoned team engineers and mentors, guiding your technical and career development.
Leverage cutting edge technologies, academic learnings, and fundamental engineering principles to contribute to design solutions in a dynamic, team focused environment.
Collaborate with external partners and across Johnson & Johnson to identify and implement project solutions.
Continue your technical growth and development through a wide variety of available on-site training courses such as anatomy, modeling and simulation, six sigma, statistics, design for manufacturability and assembly, and component analysis.
Candidate must be a new college graduate, graduating no more than 12 months prior to their start date, with a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or related field.
Possess previous co-op, internship or work experience with embedded electrical design work.
Familiarity with one or more of the following is preferred: motor controls, analog filters, communication protocols, hall effect sensors, power supplies.
Familiarity with one or more of the following is preferred: multimeter, oscilloscope, function generator, digital analyzer.
Demonstrated leadership/participation in campus programs and/or community service activities.
Must be authorized to work in the United States and not require sponsorship in the future.