Electronics Engineer - Medical Devices, Medical Quant USA, Inc., Solon, OH

Research, design, develop, or test electronic components and systems for medical laser therapy medical devices utilizing knowledge of electronic theory and materials properties. Design and development of electronics, pcb boards and circuit boards, laser and LED diodes boards for medical laser therapy technology. Develop and improve operating software program development medical devices. Operate computer-assisted engineering or design software or equipment to perform electronics engineering tasks. Analyze electronics system requirements, capacity, cost, or customer needs to improving the quality of medical devices. Evaluate functionalities and validating the prototype of medical devices. Confer with engineers, customers, vendors, or others to discuss electronics engineering projects or products. Project engineer for medical equipment as per the parameters of applications. Evaluate project work to ensure effectiveness, technical adequacy, or compatibility in the resolution of complex electronics engineering problems. Determine project material or equipment needs. Prepare documentation containing information such as confidential descriptions or specifications of proprietary hardware or software, product development or introduction schedules, product costs, or information about product performance weaknesses. Assist Regulatory Staff in products’ validation, medical regulatory standards of ISO 13485/9001 and Standard regulation of regulatory bodies.

Requires knowledge of designing electronic devices in the field of medical laser technology; semi-conductor laser diodes; program diodes for super pulsed semi-conductor, gallium arsenide laser diodes; programming algorithms; radio-electronics measuring devices; precision soldering equipment, pcb boards construction; computer hardware and software installation. Masters degree in electronics engineering or rel & 24 months of experience as electronics Engineer/rel;

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Director of Veterinary Affairs

Drive adoption and use of the company’s desktop and portable laser therapy devices into the veterinary markets and other emerging markets by directing research activities and directing product development activities. Education of veterinarians, equine specialists, equine owners. Clinical support to DVMs, Equine Professionals and Vet Techs for Veterinary Sales Representatives. Organize and Conduct Clinical Veterinary Research Program. Responsible for educational content curriculum. Identifying and Quantifying Clinical Research Opportunities in Laser Therapy. Perform all Financial functions required in Budget Center P/L Management. Relating the Clinical Trials relationship to a specific Market Opportunity. Establish the Regulatory Clearances or Labeling Claims the Clinical Trials will be pursuing. Managing Multi Radiance Medicals relationship with Intellectual Property Consultants. Developing relationships with other Clinical Researchers in the field of Laser Therapy.

Requires: Knowledge of Laser Therapy Devices in the Veterinary field. Proven ability to lecture at Veterinary Conferences. Experience in small animal practice.

Requires a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine/Animal Health or Related; and Ten Years’ experience as a Veterinarian/Veterinary Professor/Researcher. Work hours: 40 hrs./wk., Monday - Friday; Inquire about salary and compensation.  If interested, email application to:

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