iota is developing a platform for the future of bioelectronic medicine. We are looking for talented, motivated, and innovative individuals to join our team in Berkeley, CA. To apply for positions below, please send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Electrical Systems Engineer
iota Biosciences, Inc., a Berkeley-based medical device company is looking to hire a highly-motivated engineer with skills in embedded hardware, software, and system design.
- Contribute to system specifications and design of hardware systems.
- Design and develop electrical hardware systems which include implantable components and new ultrasound technology
- Prototype new hardware systems and work with cross-functional teams to perform system evaluation and testing.
- Support manufacturing and process development teams to bring successful designs to production.
- Contribute to design of analog/digital systems utilizing MCU and FPGA
- B.S., M.S., or PhD in electrical engineering, computer science, or other related field.
- Experience working with FPGAs and a hardware description language (VHDL or Verilog).
- Experience with verification methodologies, RTL and gate level simulation and debug
- Hands on experience with lab debug equipment, such as oscilloscopes and logic analyzer
- Experience with microcontrollers, embedded development, and programming languages.
- Fluent with C in embedded and standard computer architectures.
- Experience in initial system bring-up, debugging, and test
- Experience with PCB design.
- Experience analyzing root cause, design debugging, and problem solving with engineering test equipment
- Experience in scripting languages, such as Python and MATLAB, for instrument automation and data analysis
- Experience in or strong interest for working in medical devices or life sciences industry
- Knowledge of ISO 13485 medical device regulations and FDA design controls
iota Biosciences is dedicated to transforming how doctors monitor and treat disease by advancing our understanding of how bioelectronics can interact with the human nervous system. Building on award-winning “neural dust” technology developed by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, iota is building a platform for the future of bioelectronic medicine.