Give hope. Give health. Make your mark in the fight against cancer.
At Accuray, we make a direct and powerful impact on the lives of cancer patients every day — helping them live longer, better lives. But our commitment to innovation offers a truly unique opportunity: the chance to change the fight against cancer — helping to develop, introduce and support new treatment delivery systems and software that will give new hope and new health to cancer patients and cancer survivors around the world.
OUR VISION AND MISSION is to work passionately to create a future without the fear, pain or human suffering of cancer. We pursue this by developing precise, innovative tumor treatment solutions that empower clinicians and help cancer patients live longer, better lives.
Accuray develops, manufactures and sells radiotherapy systems that make cancer treatments shorter, safer, personalized and more effective, ultimately enabling patients to live longer, better lives. Our radiation treatment delivery systems in combination with fully-integrated software solutions set the industry standard for precision and cover the full range of radiation therapy and radiosurgery procedures.
Accuray has big goals for our Quality team. You will work in a Quality Systems environment to ensure that the design, development, manufacturing and support of medical devices meet the requirements of ISO 13485, 21 CFR Part 820, and other applicable regulations and standards. Supports all phases of product lifecycle, including New Product Development, On-going Production, Continuing Engineering, and Customer Complaints.
The Quality Engineer will represent Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs on product development teams.
- Represent Quality Assurance and Regualtory Affairs on cross-functional Product Development core teams.
- Identify and drive process improvement activities related to product development.
- Develop, trend, monitor, and report on quality performance metrics.
- Assist CAPA investigators by providing guidance to drive to root cause analysis and practical corrective and preventive solutions.
- Supports quality system audits as needed.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Life Sciences or other Scientific discipline.
- 3 to 5+ years’ experience in Quality Assurance or Quality Engineering in the medical device industry.
- Competency in the FDA Medical Device Quality System Regulations and ISO 13485.
- Strong oral and written communication skills.
- Be customer focused, drive operational excellence, build trusting relationships, and work with a sense of urgency.
Where you’ll Work:
This position is located at our Madison, WI office. Here at Accuray we are professional, friendly, and collegial.
At Accuray Our commitment to patient-first outcomes drives an inclusive and collaborative work environment where the best ideas rise to the top — and everyone works to push them further. We value diversity in both the professional and personal backgrounds of our employees, as this variety adds rich energy to every team, every project and every work day. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment. Accuray is an EO employer – Veterans/Disabled and other protected categories.