Client is a human care company pioneering significant innovations and clinical solutions for treating cancer and brain disorders, thereby improving, prolonging and saving patient lives. We are currently looking for a Requirements Engineer to work in Research and Development on new, cutting-edge products. This person will be responsible for working with a worldwide project team to define and maintain the product requirements, ensuring quality and compliance with processes and regulations.
This is a great opportunity to work as part of a Scaled Agile team on the client's large linear accelerator based Cancer treatment machines, used in hospitals throughout the world. The devices are of a high technical complexity (covering mechanical, electrical, software, optics and physics domains).
Expectations of Work
1. Responsible for controlling software builds for a safety-critical medical-device (Linear Accelerator based device for treating cancer).
2. Running the build verification test (BVT) for new builds. Suggesting and implementing additions/improvements to the BVT.
3. Creating CD/DVD discs for release candidate builds and packing them for distribution
4. Controlling the distribution and use of software builds in accordance with software release processes.
5. Identifying responsible teams and escalating in a timely manner in case of build or BVT failure.
6. Ensuring obviously broken builds don't get extensively deployed to the test infrastructure, which would cause delay to delivering the programme.
1. Maximise efficiency of software teams by ensuring early feedback on build/BVT failure.
2. Minimising waste by limiting the distribution of defective builds to test hardware, which would delay other development activities.
3. Identifying improvements that could be made to the system and working with others to implement them.
1. Strong Build and BVT experience in the system and engineering domain.
2. Ensuring obviously broken builds don't get extensively deployed to the test infrastructure, which would cause delay to delivering the programme.
3. controlling software builds for a safety-critical medical-device
1. Minimum 5 - GCSE Grade C or above (or equivalent) English and Maths
2. A-level equivalent in STEM topic, ideally maths and/or physics.
1. General computing.
2. Office applications.
3. Detail-oriented, systematic, logical thinker
4. Customer-oriented, team-player.
5. Able to reliably repeat detailed technical instructions with minimum of supervision