257 Biomedical Research Engineer
By joining the Kardium team, you can help make a difference in the lives of millions around the world. We are developing a ground-breaking medical device for minimally invasive diagnosis and treatment of atrial fibrillation, a heart condition that can cause strokes, heart failure, and other heart-related complications.
As an enthusiastic biomedical research engineer, you will take on an entry-level position on the research team. You will help bridge the domains of engineering and medicine, providing support to other teams in all areas as needed, but in particular driving developments related to ablations, electrophysiology, mapping, algorithms, and other contributing fields to clinical safety and efficacy. You will be a key member contributing to the development of innovations towards these goals. In addition, you will:
- Manage logistics and conduct planning to support preclinical study activities
- Prepare technical reports on preclinical studies
- Design and perform benchtop experiments
- Write technical documentation of experiments and results
- Perform data extraction and analysis of bench, preclinical and clinical data, primarily using MATLAB
- Perform medical image segmentation and analysis
What you bring to the team…
Our Kardium team is smart, creative, and passionate about creating cutting-edge medical devices that improve people’s lives. We work within a collaborative environment based on trust and respect and we understand that only by working together can we solve the unsolvable. You bring to the team these characteristics along with:
- Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in engineering, biophysics, or equivalent
- Experience with MATLAB, including object oriented programming; Java programming is also beneficial
- Experience in the biomedical field through previous work or education is advantageous
- Strong organizational skills to ensure successful study conduct
- Solid understanding of the principles of experiment design
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Ability to work independently and balance multiple tasks while maintaining attention to detail
- Ability to manufacture basic jigs and fixtures in machine shop if needed
- Effective written and verbal communication and technical documentation skills
- Demonstrated ability to interpret results and translate them into recommendations
- Understanding of cardiac anatomy, physiology, and the biophysics of cardiac conduction and ablation is a benefit
What do you get out of this?
A meaningful career working with a truly innovative technology and an ambitious team, combined with:
- Knowing every day that you are making a difference in people’s lives by helping treat a condition that debilitates millions worldwide
- A great working environment with opportunities to develop your skills and knowledge
- Opportunity to extend your knowledge by interacting with other team members in a multi-disciplinary environment that includes electrical and mechanical engineers, biologists, and specialists in human factors, and clinical and regulatory affairs
- An engaged leadership team who believes in mentoring and growing employees’ careers
- Supportive and fun colleagues with plenty of social events to encourage people connections
- And our employees think we are great too – check out Glassdoor to learn more!
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