Medella Health is developing the next generation of bio-sensors and electronics that help us monitor our health.
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Become a Medellian
We are a group of scientists, engineers, designers, and tinkerers, who have developed a group of sensors that continuously and non-invasively monitor a variety of bio-markers so that people can better manage their health.
We are a hard working team which shares the vision of a world with preventative medicine. Our deep background in nanotechnology, micro-electronics, contact lens research, health informatics and software development, has allowed us to create technology that can change the way we monitor our health. If you can see eye to eye with our vision, and would like to bring your talents to work with us, we'd love to get to know you better.
Full Stack Developer
Medella is looking for a web application developer to create web-app for its medical devices product lines.
Develop web applications for various medical devices
Provide front-end coding expertise across platforms and projects
Implement HTML/CSS programming for relevant product and websites
Research and implement website standardization and optimization
Harvest feature requirements and UX design decisions
Optimize front-end performance; improve user experience
Complete some design related work
Collaborate with team for design decisions, code development, and code review processes
Assist backend developer on APIs and DBs
Bachelors degree or equivalent in computer sciences, software engineering, or related fields
More than 1 year of experience building complex web applications
Expertise with some of front end MVC frameworks, asset build pipelines, client and server architecture,JSON Restful Api, websockets
Knowledge of Bootstrap, Vue.js, Rust, Node.js
Solid expertise with HTML5/CSS3
Strong knowledge of user interface design processes and methodologies
Experience with Postgresql, Cloud services
High motivation in learning new front-end technology/knowledge is preferred.
Aptitudes in analytics, problem solving and design are preferred.
Part-time Analog/Mixed Signal IC Designer
In this part-time position the candidate will be working in a team environment and involved in the CMOS SoC IC design process from specification to implementation and layout. The candidate must have deep and demonstrated understanding of analog and mixed signal circuit design, including methodology, layout, analog designer tools, processes and simulations and excellent knowledge of theoretical and practical fundamentals of analog IC. The candidate will be in intense interaction with the peer technical experts, so a significant responsibility and autonomy for an efficient interactive teamwork communication is required. Having at least 3 years of academic/industry experience designing a variety of analog, mixed-signal and digital circuits using advanced tools and foundry processes preferably in designing analog interfaces for low-noise, low-power biomedical sensors, RF transceiver and power management systems.
Work with a team of analog and digital designers on the design, simulation, testing and verification of both analog and mixed-signal circuits using industry best practices and participate in selecting and interfacing with any additional outside IC design groups
Help define IC requirements associated with the Biomedical SoC IC specifications/requirements, and create necessary design and product documentation
Develop transistor and/or system-level schematic and simulation design, layout, and silicon evaluation of interface circuits for the low-power biomedical application
Master or Bachelor’s in Electronics Engineering or equivalent
3+ years of relevant experience in design, simulation, implementation, testing and verification of the analog/mixed SoC ICs
Good background in analog electronics and demonstrated experience as a designer for low-power and low noise complex analog or mixed-signal chips
Familiarity with industry standard design conventions and rules in analog circuit design; awareness of techniques to reduce design risk; preferably in CMOS 180nm and 90nm
Proficiency in design tools specially in Cadence: Schematic, Layout, DRC, Extraction, and LVS
In depth understanding of silicon manufacturing technology and experience debugging, probing and characterizing silicon using standard lab equipment
Creative, innovative, analytical mind and problem solver with ability to work independently with limited supervision
Good oral, verbal and writing communication skills and interact actively
Don't see a matching position, but still feel you can contribute to our growth? Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'd love to learn more about you and how you can fit in.