You will work as part of a cross-functional engineering team responsible for all components of the eLym™ System  development, including catheter, sheath and console.   A strong communicator and team player, you will support the electrical & electronic engineering activity throughout the complete product lifecycle including design, development, verification and validation.

Join WhiteSwell, a dynamic, rapidly growing organisation, as we seek to fundamentally shift treatment of acute decompensated heart failure by harnessing the vital role of the lymphatic system in restoring fluid balance.


What you’ll do

  • Lead design activities based on input from clinical users, in consultation with other R&D staff, and the system functional requirements.
  • Execute projects including architecture design, embedded systems design, component selection, schematic design, simulation, PCB layout, prototype build, PCB test design, and system integration.
  • Contribute to firmware design & development; develop prototype code, participate in code reviews, develop unit & integration tests and perform debug & bug fix.
  • Design concepts and build prototypes; analyse test data and interpret to identify optimal solutions to technical challenges. Participate in technical design reviews to ensure electrical design integrity and safety are achieved.
  • Research state of the art technologies that relate to the scope of the programme and identify technical capabilities that can advance and accelerate the company’s R&D projects.
  • Support the team on all matters related to design and manufacturing including working closely with external partners. Support development of laboratory & production systems for the assessment of device performance.
  • Positively contribute to a culture that is respectful, supportive, goal oriented, scientific, and diverse.

What you bring

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Electronic/Computer Engineering or a related discipline.
  • 1-3 years of experience in electronic / hardware design. Experience with circuit design, including simulation.  Experience with interfacing of hardware peripherals like sensors and motor drivers.
  • Proficient in at least one computer programming or scripting language.
  • An understanding of electrical safety and EMC.
  • A self-starter who can deliver the work required to advance the project with a minimal amount of direction.  Able to work independently as well as effectively within a cross-functional team.
  • Excellent oral and written English language and communication skills. Strong interpersonal communication skills with an ability to effectively present information to peers.
  • Desirable skills include experience with Eagle (or similar) for PCB design, knowledge of microcontroller architectures and serial communications technologies, experience with C/C++, C# or Java. Knowledge of Labview and Matlab software packages.

What next

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