Job Title: Mechanical Engineer
Department: R&D
Reports To: CTO
Location:  Israel

Objective:

Microbot Medical is seeking a Mechanical Engineer to participate in the design and development of a challenging multi-disciplinary novel miniature robotic medical devices for the treatment of Neurological disorders. The successful candidate will join a dynamic company and will be part of a team responsible for the mechanical design and development of a project to a final product. The job involves hands-on design for production in accordance with engineering principles, technical skills, teamwork, and creative problem-solving skills to design and deliver high quality innovative medical devices intended to improve patient outcomes.

Main Responsibilities

  • Developing manufacturing processes
  • Material selection for implantable parts
  • Management of subcontractors
  • Hands on mechanical design and fabrication
  • Participation in mechanical aspects of the V&V, CE and FDA submission, including protocol writing, testing, test reports, etc.
  • Ability to meet tight schedules and milestones
  • Participation in the mechanical part of in-vivo and clinical studies in Israel and abroad
  • Responsible for aspects of mechanical development of the current and future prototypes/products
  • Reporting to the Company CTO

Experience and Capabilities:

  • 5+ years of experience in mechanical design
  • Proficiency with SolidWorks a must
  • Experience in the design of complex and miniature mechanisms
  • Experience in design and production of molded plastic and silicone parts
  • Design to manufacturing
  • Experience in working and managing subcontractors
  • Understanding the development of medical devices and management of the technical Design History Files
  • Ability to write documentations according to company procedures

Other requirements:

  • Fluent in English
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Team player
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience in documenting and FDA submission
  • Ability to work with hands-on miniature assemblies
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