Scientist, Nanotechnology for Electrophysiological Sensors
|Employer Name||FHC, Inc||Address||179 Main Street|
|Job Type||Full-time, Permanent||Address 2|
|Experience||0 - 2 Years||City||Greenville|
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ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Other duties may be assigned.
• Desire to maintain a broad knowledge of and implement state-of-the art technology in the area of nanotechnologies, electrochemistry, sensors, devices and instrumentation for electrophysiological signal recording and stimulation.
• Design, develop and bring to market technologies and devices that help in curing or improving the quality of life of the patients.
• Maintain and develop the technology used for manufacturing current range of single and array electrodes for clinical and research electrophysiology.
• Collaborate with customers and partners from renowned academic and medical institutions to innovate or introduce new technologies and devices.
• Collaborate with field-support employees to bridge the research with the day-to-day use of FHC technology.
• Work with I&D manager and CTO to clearly define research priorities and apply for internal and external funding (including SBIR, STTR or similar grant programs) to support the plans.
• Must qualify as investigator for US-government grant programs, support authoring and manage grant application submission and reporting; monitor and oversee progress to grants awarded.
• Realistically estimates of the effort required to complete projects. Focus on keeping research/technology projects on track. Provide accurate internal and external progress reports and status updates to the management.
• Collaborate with other departments within the company to maintain a sense of the effort required to bring products to market, including testing and regulatory requirements for medical devices, in particular.
• Candidates should have a PhD in Biomedical Engineering, Nanotechnology, Neuroscience, Physics, Material Science, or related discipline
• At least 1 year of experience in neuroscience, medical or related research, in an industrial or academic environment.
• Previous participation as principal investigator, co-investigator or key person in academic or industrial grant programs is a plus.
• Excellent writing and communication skills
• Excellent project management and organization skills
• Ability to use data analysis, modelling and scientific programming environments such as Matlab or Python. Basic knowledge of a general-purpose programming language (C++, C#, Java) is a plus.
• Ability to coordinate and supervise technicians and other staff supporting the ongoing projects.
Please visit us for a preliminary interview at our SFN booth #273 in Chicago, Oct 19-23
Description of Benefits: Salary / Commissions / Bonuses / Other
Benefits: As a regular, full time FHCer, you will be eligible for our comprehensive benefits package on the first of the month following date of hire which includes:
• Health Insurance
• Dental Insurance
• Health Savings Accounts
• Life Insurance (premium paid by FHC)
• Short and Long Term Disability Insurance (premium paid by FHC)
• Employee 401K Retirement Savings Plan
• Six Paid Holidays & 1 Floating Holiday