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Electrical Engineer

Implant Embedded Systems

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Neuralink

Neuralink

201-500 employees

Develops implantable brain-computer interfaces

Hardware
VR & AR
AI & Machine Learning
Biotechnology

Compensation Overview

$109.8k - $238.1kAnnually

+ Equity

Junior

Fremont, CA, USA

Category
Embedded Systems Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Required Skills
Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Design
Altium
CAD
Cadence Allegro
FPGA
Requirements
  • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience
  • Strong EE fundamentals
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience designing PCBs for low power and size constrained applications
  • Experience shipping devices through mass manufacturing
  • Extensive experience with all phases of PCB design (part selection, schematic, constraints, library management, board layout)
  • Fluency with PCB CAD tools (Altium, Eagle, KiCad, Allegro)
  • Experience with sensors, power management, and signal/power integrity
  • Experience with wireless systems (BLE, WIFI, Zigbee)
  • Experience building and bringing-up MCUs or FPGA
  • Comfortable with common communication protocols (SPI, UART, I2C, etc.)
  • Comfortable with lab equipment (oscilloscope, VNA, etc.)
  • Basic C and Python programming skills
Responsibilities
  • Utilize electrical engineering fundamentals and best system design practices to deliver high-performant, reliable, and manufacturable extremely size-constraint systems
  • Contribute to all phases of system and board design, from system definition to part selection, schematic design, layout, bring up, and design verification
  • Conduct R&D investigations and experiments to demonstrate feasibility of new technology for the implant and the charger
  • Work cross functionally to ensure successful systems integration
  • Drive system improvements that decrease latency and increase battery life, reliability, and safety
  • Design and deploy systems for implant-charger hardware in the loop testing, and manufacturing line quality control

Neuralink is developing a fully implantable brain-computer interface (BCI) called the Link, utilizing advanced, custom, low-power chips and electronics to process neural signals and enable fast and reliable computer control. The Link is designed to have at least 1024 electrodes and fully wireless communication through the skin, prioritizing safety and ease of use for individuals with paralysis.

Company Stage

Series C

Total Funding

$679.7M

Headquarters

Fremont, California

Founded

2016

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

3%

1 year growth

8%

2 year growth

28%

Benefits

An opportunity to change the world and work with some of the smartest and the most talented experts from different fields.

Growth potential. We rapidly advance team members who have an outsized impact.

Excellent medical, dental, and vision insurance through a PPO plan; parental leave.

Flexible time off + paid holidays.

Equity + 401(k) plan.

Commuter Benefits.

Meals provided.