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January

Senior System Engineer

annalise.ai - Sydney, NSW

IT
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

About us

We're problem solvers, driven by a simple desire to do work that matters. We're constantly evolving ourselves and leveraging the latest AI technologies to create elegant, innovative solutions across medical imaging.


Annalise.ai was formed through a unique partnership between Harrison.ai and Australia's largest medical imaging service provider, I-MED Radiology Network. Leveraging our diverse and extensive medical imaging dataset, Annalise.ai is developing tools to assist Radiologists by seamlessly integrating into their current workflow to provide diagnostic support. Our suite of comprehensive AI-solutions will support radiologists during their end-to-end process of imaging interpretation. And of course, our ultimate goal is to improve patient outcomes for everyone to have a healthy future.


Our goal is to make healthcare better, faster and cheaper through scaling medical imaging predictions globally. We're excited by what is possible and where our innovations will lead - and we’re just getting started! 


About your role

Reporting to our Lead Systems Engineer, as Senior Systems Engineer you will develop and define software requirements and high-level architecture to deliver a product in accordance with business and quality needs. Your role will see you collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders to deliver quality systems and documentation that meet input requirements. This role will be ideal for a Senior Systems Engineer who is passionate about working on break-through software products that positively impact millions of patient lives at scale. Working closely with our Lead Systems Engineer, you will play a vital role in driving requirements development, risk management and interface architecture design for our AI-enabled radiology product portfolio.


What you'll do:

  • Requirements engineering, risk management (per ISO 14971), system and interface design in a Software as a Medical Device (SaMD) context;
  • Support requirements development, user stories and backlog management in collaboration with Product Management for features, enhancements or fixes, ensuring that UX, Regulatory, Clinical and Marketing needs are met;
  • Collaborate with QA on developing the procedures and work instructions for our QMS;
  • Work closely with the development team to evaluate technical design alternatives to achieve desired functionality;
  • Collaborate with Project Management to help plan and manage risk; and
  • Ensure non-functional requirements including UX, scalability, performance, supportability and reliability are identified and followed.


What will help you succeed:

  • Highly experienced in a professional Engineering role or equivalent;
  • Sound understanding of the product development process and life cycle, working within a QMS; and
  • Relevant IT degree in Engineering, Science and/or Information Systems or equivalent.


Nice to have (but not essential):

  • Relevant experience with SaMDs, web development and cloud computing (e.g. AWS) platforms;
  • Knowledge of ISO 13485, 21 CFR Part 820 and QMS implementation;
  • Experience with scrum agile development methodologies;
  • Experience with SaMD cyber-security guidance and best practices; and
  • Experience in a professional Systems Engineer, Product Owner / Analyst role or equivalent.


Why you'll enjoy working here:

  • Do work that matters - you'll have the opportunity to make a real difference in the world of healthcare AI and in particular within medical imaging AI.
  • Grow your career – we believe your growth is our growth. With our focus on professional development, you will have the opportunity to cross-skill and participate in various learning and development opportunities. This includes (but not limited to!) our awesome company-wide Hackathon events and "Lunch & Learn" sessions with topics spanning across health, business and technology.
  • Our unique culture - we're proud of our diverse, ambitious and supportive team culture. We celebrate achievements and take immense pride and accountability for the work that we do and the impact we have.
  • Flexible working - we value life at work and life outside of work. Due to COVID-19, while our office in Sydney's CBD at Wynyard remains open, we are giving all our people the choice to work remotely or mix it up however they feel most comfortable.


What's next?

Thank you for considering this opportunity with us! If this role is of interest to you, please apply now and we'll look forward to reviewing your application shortly.

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