Systems Engineer

Sydney
Product Development /
Full-time /
Remote
As part of the Product team, you’ll play a key role in creating tools that will positively impact the lives of millions of people.

About us: Franklin.ai
 
Franklin.ai aims to apply the latest methodologies in artificial intelligence (AI) to ultimately put groundbreaking AI tools in the hands of pathologists.
 
Franklin.ai is a joint venture between global medical diagnostic leader Sonic Healthcare (ASX:SHL) and health technology game-changer Harrison.ai with a mission to raise the standard of healthcare for millions of patients every day.
 
Globally, pathology faces a stark skills shortage, with the number of US pathologists decreasing 18% between 2007 and 2017 despite an increase in workload. Building comprehensive AI solutions for pathology will help scale the capacity of diagnostic care across the globe. This new partnership combines Harrison.ai's depth of expertise and comprehensive AI methodologies with Sonic Healthcare's global clinical experience and distribution. The collaboration will unlock digital pathology to provide pathologists with a second set of eyes, using state-of-the-art AI technology to deliver efficient and accurate diagnosis support.
 
We’re redefining what’s possible in healthcare, through AI technology.

About the role:

Reporting to our Principal Systems Engineer, you will use your passion for engineering & customer-driven solutions towards the development of break-through medical AI products that positively impact patient lives at scale. You will work alongside product management and provide input to a cross-functional team, including AI engineers, software engineers, RAQA & clinical experts to design and develop a solution in alignment with customer needs.

What you'll be doing:

    • Take a lead role in requirements engineering, risk management (per ISO 14971) and system and interface design in a Software as a Medical Device (SaMD) context
    • Collaborate with Project Management to help plan and manage risk
    • Support requirements development, user stories and backlog management for features, enhancements or fixes
    • Collaborate with Product Management ensuring that UX, Regulatory, Clinical and Marketing needs are met
    • Work closely with the development team to evaluate technical design alternatives to achieve desired functionality
    • Ensure non-functional requirements including UX, scalability, performance, supportability and reliability are identified and followed
    • Develop and maintain a deep understanding of Franklin.ai processes and workflows, as well as an expertise in the functions and data of Franklin.ai systems and applicable regulatory guidance and regulations
    • Keep in close step with changes to standards and regulations

What we're looking for:

    • Experience in a professional Systems Engineer, Product Owner / Analyst role or equivalent
    • Sound understanding of the product development process and life cycle, working within a QMS
    • Relevant IT degree in Engineering, Science and/or Information Systems or equivalent

Nice to have (but not essential):

    • Relevant experience with SaMDs following ISO 62304
    • Knowledge of ISO 14971, ISO 13485, 21 CFR Part 820 and QMS implementation
    • Experience with SaMD cyber-security guidance and best practices

Why join us?
 
🧡Do work that matters: our pioneering Pathology AI solutions will help detect cancer, improve diagnostic accuracy and potentially save millions of lives.
💻 Flexible working: we have a remote-first environment with a cool office for social events and brainstorming sessions, or even full-time onsite if you prefer.
🌱 Grow your career with us: we are believers in lifelong learning. You’ll have access to a variety of resources and continuous career development opportunities.
👉 Competitive salary and equity: we’re constantly analysing market rates to keep our compensation up to date, in addition to offering a generous stock options program.
🚀Stay at the top of your game: work with diverse teams of industry experts and leaders who are passionate about what they do.
🙌 Vibrant culture: with sponsored team activities, fun social events and a supportive work environment, your holistic wellbeing is top of mind.

What’s next?
 
Thank you for considering becoming part of our team. Please apply now to register your interest and we look forward to reviewing your application shortly.
 
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We celebrate diversity and we are committed to building inclusive teams that represent a variety of backgrounds, perspectives and skills. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit and business need. If you need any reasonable adjustments, accessibility assistance or would like to note which pronouns you use at any stage of our hiring process, you may contact us at careers@franklin.ai