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Our client is a leader in the ultrasound diagnostic device field, working in human and small animal diagnostics and research.

They are looking for an electronics / electrical designer to join their R&D team. You will be developing electronics modules. This will involve the specifications, prototypes, testing, verification, and release of product. Reports to a Program Manager.


Design / develop electrical boards and related subsystems and firmware for ultrasound machines.
Schematics should allow you to follow board through production and testing.
Set up standard interfaces for software.
Boards must comply with overall system requirements
Develop standard interfaces for software.
Aim for designs that work well, are easy to produce, and low cost.
Set up and test prototypes.
Evaluating new applicants.
Work with engineers, QA, manufacturing, as well as vendors, users, customers to achieve product goals.


BS Electrical Engineering / B. Eng. or equivalent.
Min 5 years in electronic design.
Min 3 years in Digital Signal Processing design.
FPGA components and vendors background.
Must understand analog & digital signal processing and principles of system analysis.
ISO 9001 and/or ISO 13485 quality.
Electrical circuit schematic design
Programming languages: VHDL, Verilog, Python, C++, MS Office.
Ultrasound / medical imaging systems / imaging applications.
Good computer skills.
Excellent communications and team player skills.
Mixed signal and power supply design, FPGA.
Printed circuit board layout experience

Herbert Hess
Hess Associates Executive Search
170 The Donway West
Suite 711
Toronto, ON M3C 2E8
Phone: 416-447-3355

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