Onera is hiring a Senior Hardware Engineer with a passion for biomedical devices and experience in medical device development. You will develop high-quality and low power miniaturized electronic systems as part of a multi-disciplinary team of biomedical engineers, signal processing and algorithm experts, software developers and clinicians. You will be key to the success of Onera’s next generation sleep devices. This is a great opportunity for professional growth in an ambitious and fast-growing startup.
Onera is a spin-off company of IMEC & Holst Centre, the world leading research center in nanoelectronics and digital technology. Onera’s ambition is to bring innovative medical devices to the market that will help improve the health and quality of life of patients around the world. Onera is currently developing its first product for the sleep market.
You will be part of a multidisciplinary, energetic, young and internationally minded start-up team.
You will be responsible for the design, implementation, and verification of high-quality, low-power, electronic systems for medical devices.
• Design, documentation, and verification of electronics medical systems comprising multiple analog front ends, microcontrollers, and communication interfaces.
• Deliver high quality design, in a timely fashion and in accordance to medical device regulations (ISO 3485, FDA US21CFR820, CE MDR 2017/745, and IEC 60601-1).
• Hardware testing and troubleshooting, including board bring-up, design of test tooling and adaptation of existing platforms to new specifications.
• Documentation of the design and testing activities in accordance to medical device regulations.
• Collaborate with a multi-disciplinary team of electronics, software, and biomedical engineers and regulatory
experts to define the specifications, design, implement, verify, and validate hardware systems.
• An enthusiastic engineer with a passion for electronics and medical devices.
• BSc or MSc degree in Electrical/Electronics Engineering or similar
• 3 years’ experience in miniaturized low-power electronic system design
• Experience with schematic capture and PCB layout tools. (Altium is a plus.)
• Experience with design for manufacturing, EMC, and patient safety.
• Experience in troubleshooting, patching, and board bring-up in miniaturized designs.
• Experience in hardware development in accordance with medical device regulations is a plus.
• Experience in the field of biomedical devices and biomedical sensing.
• Excellent communication skills in English (written and spoken)
• Positive attitude, can-do mentality, and flexibility – much needed in a startup!
If you are interested, please contact us by email:
No intermediate applications accepted.
Torenallee 42-54 (Strijp-S), Eindhoven, Netherlands.