About Ceribell

Ceribell produces the world’s first brain monitor for point-of-care seizure triage and treatment. Our groundbreaking technology enables healthcare providers to test for a suspected seizure and then deliver treatments within minutes.
We are a rapidly growing venture capital-backed medical technology startup. Ceribell is being used in hundreds of community hospitals, large academic facilities and major IDN’s across the country. With extensive clinical validation of the effectiveness of our product and significant growth potential, all while we are pre-IPO, Ceribell is a fantastic career opportunity.

Position Overview

The Advanced Product Team at Ceribell’s Research and Development Department is looking for a motivated and experienced Electrical Engineer to join our team! The Electrical Engineer will support the design of next-generation medical devices. The ideal candidate will have outstanding problem-solving abilities and a strong proficiency in digital and analog electrical design. This position requires an on-site presence and is located in Sunnyvale, California.

What You’ll Do

    • Contribute to all stages of electrical design, from developing specifications and capturing schematics to specifying the layout of circuit boards and testing prototypes.
    • Participate in hardware selection, risk analysis, and design reviews.
    • Specify and document circuit board requirements based on system requirements.
    • Provide comprehensive documentation for schematic diagrams for PCB's and directions for PCBA's, adhering to relevant industry standards.
    • Create and perform test procedures to verify functionality, performance, and reliability.
    • Generate reports and associated documentation for regulatory submissions.  
    • Collaborate with contractors and employees, provide technical expertise and support, including the evaluation of proposals.
    • Coordinate and oversee external electrical manufacturing and testing.
    • Be ready to make a difference in a fast-paced startup environment

 

What You'll Need

    • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering.
    • 3 or more years of experience as an electrical engineer and electrical systems designer.
    • Advanced experience using Altium, Eagle, Allegro, or KiCAD.
    • Understanding of electrical engineering safety standards and particular familiarity with ISO 13485,  IEC 60601, MOPP, and MOOP.
    • Previous exposure to electrical components vendors, PCB materials, and electronic packaging.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication and strong problem-solving skills.

 Would Be Great If You Have:

    • Relevant experience overseeing the development of medical device projects.
    • Experience with ARM-based architecture designs, AC-DC and DC-DC power converters, and communication protocols including PCIE, Gb Ethernet, SDIO, UART, DDR3/DDR4 Memory bus, USB 2, USB 3, LVDS/DisplayPort/HDMI, etc.
    • Previously worked with external technical inspection firms for systems testing and certifications.

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In addition to your base compensation, Ceribell offers the following:

  • Annual Bonus Opportunity + Ceribell Equity 
  • 100% Employer paid Health Benefits for the Employee
  • 50% - 70% Employer paid Health, Dental & Vision for dependents (according to plan selection)
  • Life & Long-term disability insurance paid 100% by Ceribell
  • Monthly cell phone stipend
  • Flexible paid time off
  • 11 Paid Holidays
  • Excellent parental leave policy
  • Fantastic culture with tremendous career advancement opportunities
  • Joining a mission-minded organization!

Compensation Range
$140,000$150,000 USD

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