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
Education Doctorate   State Pennsylvania
  Zip Code 16125

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Job Description


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.

Required Skills

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