A.C. Coy

Embedded Software Engineer

3 weeks ago(11/27/2017 4:54 PM)
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Information Technology


Our client, a leader in the health care industry is actively seeking an Embedded Software Engineer for a 12 month contract assignment in Monroeville, PA. This role will primarily be responsible for providing technical expertise in the design and development of embedded software systems using C/C++ using both empirical and analytical methods.


  • Successfully engage with cross-functional teams of mechanical, electrical, and software engineers in the discovery, adaptation and integration of new and existing technologies to create innovative and reliable new product designs for our client’s product line. 
  • Provide technical expertise in the design and development of embedded software systems 
    using C/C++ using both empirical and analytical methods.
  • Experience with controls systems or privacy/security/data encryption is a plus. 
  • Be responsible for the generation of software requirements, design, and test 
  • Participate in design reviews and successfully interact with New Product Development, 
  • Clinical, Regulatory, V&V, and Marketing to achieve project and product objectives for 
  • safety, performance, reliability, cost, quality, and time to market. 


  • Minimum of 5 to 10 years of related experience, required. 
  • Demonstrated experience with creating new concepts, demonstrating feasibility, completing development, documentation, validation, and release of software features for new products, required. 
  • Demonstrated experience with modeling, simulation, and analyzing algorithm performance using MatLab, is preferred. 
  • Direct experience with FDA, MDD, & ISO Quality System Requirements (including safety and regulatory testing) and their application within a medical product development 
    environment is a plus 


  • Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Biomedical Engineering.


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