Hardware Engineer

Life Science Recruitment
Employment Type
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Hardware Engineer (Remote Working)

My client is a medtech company developing a novel, electromechanical medical device designed to detect kidney reflux in children. Our vision is to be ‘the method of choice for screening and monitoring kidney reflux in children, enhancing patient experience and clinical outcomes’.

The Role
The hardware engineer will be an active member of the technical team. The role will involve the design and test of sensors integrated into a wearable paediatric interface.
We are looking for a candidate that is proactive, a team player and has excellent communication skills. The role will report directly to the CTO and will require development work that drives continuous product improvement.

The candidate will:

  • Design, implement and test a new Electrical Impedance Tomography (EIT) system in conjunction with complementary sensors.
  • Support the full development life cycle and associated quality management – design (part se-lection, schematics, layout), implement, verify, validate, document, and participate in code and design reviews.
  • Understand and help improve measurement quality through experimental and design investigations.
  • Collaborate with Engineering & Management teams, contributing effectively to a cross-functional team and communicating clearly about progress, successes and challenges.

Job Requirements

  • Minimum 3 years biomedical/electrical/electronics engineering industry experience or a PhD in a relevant field.
  • Bachelor degree in biomedical/electrical/electronics engineering or related discipline.
  • Experience in part selection, schematic capture, hardware/firmware prototyping, lab investigations (oscilloscope work, fine soldering, signal and power integrity), Git and issue tracking. Experience with PCBs using MCUs, FPGAs, precision DAC/ADC and kHz-MHz OpAmp-based filters. A working understanding of C, Verilog, Python, Matlab would be helpful.
  • Experience in an ISO regulated industry would be considered an asset.

To apply, please submit your CV and a cover letter detailing why you are applying for the role to .