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General Electric Image Quality Engineer in Beijing, China

Job Description Summary

This is a role to work on the design and optimization of image processing algorithms to deliver top quality of medical X-Ray images. Additional activities include contributing to the definition of features & architectures, identification and documentation of requirements, design details, and verification procedures and reports, integration tests, and providing support to manufacturing and field issues.

GE Healthcare is a leading global medical technology and digital solutions innovator. Our mission is to improve lives in the moments that matter. Unlock your ambition, turn ideas into world-changing realities, and join an organization where every voice makes a difference, and every difference builds a healthier world.

Job Description

Essential Responsibilities

  • Leading the definition and implementation of imaging features, work across functions in the definition, requirements identification, implementation, integration, and verification.

  • Closely Work with customers, marketing, clinical, and field personnel to identify good image quality and refine requirement flow-down to imaging feature.

  • Develop, optimize and/or integrate Machine-learning and Deep-learning based image processing algorithms.

  • Develop initial prototypes, perform tests to characterize performance, gather clinical feedback as needed, summarize and review results with other engineers.

  • Execute formal verification tests and create appropriate documentation as needed.

  • Own and/or support root cause investigation of issues for released and unreleased products.

  • Driving CTQ / Risk trade-off within the teams designing the subsystems by technical design review process

Qualifications / Requirements

  • Masters/PhD in Electronics engineering, Computer Science, Math, Biomedical Engineering, Physics, or closely related discipline with 3 years of relevant experience.

  • Proficient in using MatLab and/or Python to perform image/signal processing algorithm design, image analysis and simulations.

  • Proven ability to develop effective solutions for challenging design problems (publication, patents, etc.).

  • Effective communication skills and boundary-less behavior—ability to present ideas clearly and concisely.

Desired Characteristics

  • Experience in image processing, algorithm development, and algorithm configuration optimization for medical X-Ray images.

  • Prior working on neural network (CNN, GAN, UNET, etc.) and de-noising algorithm.

  • Strong project task planning and executing skills

  • Strong push and influence balance skills within team internally

  • Passionate for team work and team discussion

  • Clear decision-making approach

  • Effectiveness communication: listening, understanding, reacting

  • Innovative, adapt and Lead to Change

  • Breaks down communication barriers between teams, functions, global sites and businesses


  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English for a lot of global communication with peers and leaders

Inclusion and Diversity

GE Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer where inclusion matters. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.

We expect all employees to live and breathe our behaviors: to act with humility and build trust; lead with transparency; deliver with focus, and drive ownership – always with unyielding integrity.

Our total rewards are designed to unlock your ambition by giving you the boost and flexibility you need to turn your ideas into world-changing realities. Our salary and benefits are everything you’d expect from an organization with global strength and scale, and you’ll be surrounded by career opportunities in a culture that fosters care, collaboration and support.


Additional Information

Relocation Assistance Provided: No