Neural Analytics is a medical device company that is making a big splash in the field of biotechnology by redefining how brain health is managed. We are seeking a Lead Electrical Engineer who will play a lead technical role during the development of the hardware subsystem of a traumatic brain injury detection system that utilizes transcranial Doppler ultrasound. This individual will work with an elite team of engineers and scientists to create a cutting-edge, new robotic system that will deploy an ultrasound sensor. The successful Lead Electrical Engineer will spearhead the design, sourcing, development and integration of an embedded controller that will perform motion control and will communicate with other product components. Duties will include circuit design for sensor interfacing, motor drivers, power management of batteries and communication interfacing.
The ideal applicant must be able to identify and evaluate new candidate technologies, work with vendors to customize hardware to meet specific requirements and drive robust technical solutions into production. This individual must also excel in a high-energy team environment and be capable of making sound decisions when faced with the time pressures and incomplete information typical of new product development. Additionally, a strong sense of shared responsibility and shared reward is required, as well as a commitment to high product quality.
In summary, the successful candidate for the position of Lead Electrical Engineer must have outstanding technical depth in relevant areas, and be as comfortable leading and specifying as they are designing.
About the company:
Neural Analytics, Inc. is an LA-based medical device company that is addressing a global unmet need for immediate and non-invasive diagnosis of brain disorders, including stroke, dementia and trauma. The company was formed in 2013 and has been cultivating its cutting-edge technology for the past 3 years. Neural Analytics is an agile and energetic workplace, staffed by a growing, high-performing team.