We’re a small group of researchers, engineers, designers, inventors and hackers. Our research is principally funded through grants from the National Institutes of Health and the National Institute on Aging. We collaborate with the Stanford University School of Medicine in designing, developing and testing state-of-the-art wearable systems focused on improving the lives, independence and safety of seniors living at home.
This position is based in the vibrant downtown Cincinnati area. Our offices, overlooking the spectacular Cincinnati skyline, are within walking distance to restaurants, entertainment, parks and major league sporting events, and are less than a 20-minute drive to an international airport.
Position - Embedded Systems Design and Development Engineer
We're seeking results orientated, experienced engineers interested in supporting the development of new methods and systems for wearable computing as part of a multi-year research and product development project funded by the National Institutes of Health.
This position requires experience in designing, building and bringing-up highly compact SoM PCB systems based on ARM processors, MEMS sensors, a cellular modem and powered by an Android OS. Enthusiasm and the ability to participate in a small team environment focused on solving interesting and complex problems is a must.
- Experience designing, building and bringing-up an ARM-based PCB is a must.
-Self-starter with a minimum of 5 years commercial experience in creating well-engineered ARM-based hardware systems.
-Strong skills in embedded Linux and/or Android stacks.
-Ability to demonstrate entrepreneurial thinking, innovation and real-world problem solving.
-Ability to work both individually and as a team member, with or without supervision.
Highly Desirable Experience
-Wireless telephony stack (LTE).
-Sensors, especially accelerometers, gyros and pulse-oximetry.
-Voice enabled wake-up and conversational interfaces.
-Excellent oral and written communication skills.