Sterling Medical Devices is always looking for intelligent professionals with a “do whatever it takes” attitude and a commitment to ensuring the highest quality product and service.

Join our team working in a casual work environment on very exciting technologies. We will support your career growth in all aspects of medical device development. Sterling is dedicated to providing quality on-time medical device development and test services to medical device manufacturers. You will be proud to participate in the development of products that will save and enhance lives around the world.

If you like great variety in your work and the opportunity to learn and work with new technologies, Sterling is for you.  Prior experience in medical device or other regulated industries such as aerospace or defense is preferred.

Sterling recruits the following degree holders:

  • Computer Engineers
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers

The following degrees are also considered:

  • Computer Science (with strong technical understanding)
  • Physics (with strong writing, project management and/or programming skills)
  • Math (with strong technical understanding, writing, project management and/or programming skills)

The types of positions which may be available:

  • Electronics Hardware Developers
  • Mechanical Hardware Developers
  • Software Developers
  • System Testers
  • Software Testers
  • Electronics Testers
  • Quality Assurance Professionals
  • Project Managers

Sterling is an equal opportunity employer.

Sterling is currently recruiting and is accepting resumes for the following position:

Project Manager I – Rochelle Park, NJ: Lead teams in the design, development, testing and release of state-of-the-art medical devices. Responsible for project management as well as the project technical lead for multiple, assignments. Conduct, design reviews and make sure that the project is meeting or exceeding the customers’ expectations. Manage all project related activities for up to three projects across all project phases, including planning, requirements, design, implementation, risk management, verification and design transfer. Create, manage and track project related documentation including, but not limited to: Project schedules; Project plans; Cost estimates; Resource planning; Issue logs and Weekly Status reports and Change Orders. Tailor project management, development and support processes to meet the new and ongoing project needs. Manage the day-to-day activities of assigned projects and staff (up to 8 individuals) to ensure that: project team members are actively and effectively collaborating on project tasks; ensure sufficient guidance is made available and provided to the project team members; and project deliverables are completed on schedule and within cost parameters. Ensure project deliverables are of high quality and meet the expectations of the stakeholders; potential risk items are quickly identified and appropriately reported to the client; and Sterling Medical Device SOPs, and client SOPS and best practices are adhered to. Communicate and collaborate with internal and external customers as needed in regards to project deliverables. Make decisions and communicate trade-offs and risks and drive key decisions across projects. Make recommendations to management about schedules, prioritization and resource allocation with input from all team members. Provide ongoing project plan/status reporting for use by clients and management. Report status of projects to Project Manager II as appropriate and participate in recruitment of staff by interviewing and evaluating job candidates. Applicant must have a detailed understanding of hardware and electronics in embedded systems; system design concepts; testing methodologies including white and black box; and safety related quality processes (experience with ISO, FDA, IEC, etc.). Applicant must have experience in: Signal Processing/ Image Processing, Communication Protocol Development, CAN, I2C, RS232, Electroencephalography Data Capture, Hardware Abstraction Layer Development, Ultrasound Imaging Application Development, Patient Monitor Development, Closed Loop Control Algorithm Development, User Interface Development, PEG, Qt, Gtk, WinForms, WPF, Procedural Programming, Object Oriented Analysis and Design, SDLC Experience 62304 Specific, Quality Management Experience 13485 Specific, Risk Assessment Experience 14971 Specific, Microsoft Project and scheduling, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Word, and Excel. Must have a Master’s Degree in Computer Engineering plus 3 years of computer programming experience. 40 hrs/wk, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Must have proof of legal authority to work in the United States. Mail your resume & salary reqs. to SterlingTech, Inc., d/b/a Sterling Medical Devices, 17 Legion Place, Rochelle Park, NJ 07662; Please ref. Job# 20130703.