Electrochemistry R&D Engineer – California (Bay Area)

As an electrochemistry engineer for NeuroOne Medical, you will be advancing the neurotech field by working to commercialize the first 510k-approved thin-film devices for brain implants. You will work closely with the Director of Electrode Development and technology team to design and manufacture Class II and Class III medical devices used for interfacing with the brain and spinal cord. You will develop electrochemical testing and characterization methods to advance our understanding of device failure mechanisms, material properties, and process quality control. You will join and support the R&D team in developing next-gen products. Your fundamental knowledge and experience in engineering and/or material science will be applied to medical device development, but you do not need to have previous experience with medical products.


What you will do:

  • Use electrical and electrochemical techniques to characterize and test next-gen neural implants
  • Set up test equipment for automated and high-throughput data collection
  • Design experiments, analyze, interpret, and report data
  • Interface with vendors, contract research manufacturers, and external collaborators to design and manufacture device prototypes
  • Assist or lead testing (e.g., mechanical, electrical, electrochemical) modules and device evaluation
  • Communicate progress of product manufacturing with the internal team

What is required:

  • B.S., M.S., or Ph.D. in Engineering or material science
  • Extensive hands-on experience with electrochemical systems and testing methods (e.g., potentiostats, 2-and 3-electrode cells, Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS), Cyclic Voltammetry)
  • Understanding of electrochemical concepts (e.g., equivalent circuits, impedance)
  • Experience with troubleshooting and debugging prototype hardware/software
  • Strong organizational and record-keeping skills
  • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills with the ability to work as an independent researcher and as a member of an interdisciplinary research team
  • Enthusiasm for building things that work and improving people’s lives

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