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mdisilvestro80
11-29-2004, 12:13 AM
DePuy, a Johnson & Johnson company, is a recognized world leader in the
research, development, and manufacture of orthopaedic implants, associated
surgical instruments, and patient care products. DePuy has a reputation for
high quality products and excellent customer service over the course of more
than 100 years in the medical device industry.

We currently have the following position available:

An opening is available for an engineer to develop and manage research
projects in the area of sensors research. The successful candidate will be
expected to be responsible for the application of technical principles to
sensor research projects.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Design, test, and integrate wireless data communication systems.
- Perform and establish protocols for laboratory testing of design concepts
and pipeline products related to strategic initiatives.
- Conduct hands-on electronic laboratory testing.
- Maintain laboratory notebook, write test protocols and test reports.
- Design and integrate (software and hardware) into test and measurement
systems.
- Evaluate new technologies and applications.
- Participate on project teams as technical resource and project lead, as
appropriate.
- Perform electromagnetic computational modeling as required.
- Technical presentations and consulting for internal customers.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
- BS degree in mechanical, electrical, or biomedical engineering with 2+
years medical device development or 3+ years product development experience;
or MS with 1+ year medical device development or 2+ years product
development experience; or PhD.
- Ability to handle multiple projects at once, and to meet milestone
objectives in a timely manner.
- Must have excellent oral and written communication skills to effectively
communicate critical design and research information to internal customers
from various technical and non-technical backgrounds.
- Ability to interpret data and develop research protocols and practices.
- Ability to contribute in an innovative team environment.
- Technical knowledge in circuit design, signal processing, signal analysis,
statistics, and data analysis, & computer programming.
- Technical expertise exemplified through professional work experience or
academic training in one or more of the following technical areas: advanced
sensor design, advanced circuit design, advanced motion control, advanced
printed circuit board layout, electromagnetic modeling, electronic design
automation tools, electronic medical devices, electronic packaging and
miniaturization, radiation hard electronics, data communication (protocols,
encoding, encryption), electrical and/or magnetic test and measurement.

To apply, send a copy of your resume by e-mail or post to the address listed
below.

Mark DiSilvestro, Ph.D.
Staff Engineer, Sensors Research Group
DePuy Orthopaedics, Inc.
P.O. Box 988
700 Orthopaedic Drive
Warsaw, IN 46581-0988
USA

E-mail: mdisilve@dpyus.jnj.com

DePuy is an equal opportunity employer.


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Mark DiSilvestro, PhD
Staff Engineer
DePuy Orthopaedics
700 Orthopaedic Drive
Warsaw, IN 46582
USA
(574) 372-7055
(574) 372-7128 FAX
mdisilve@dpyus.jnj.com

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