Indago is a proud Cleveland-based medical device startup seeking an Embedded Firmware Engineer (senior level) to help launch a breakthrough surgical product. At Indago, we take a human-centric and multidisciplinary approach to design, collaborating with leading physicians and NASA engineers alike. Our goal: developing new technologies that set higher standards for medical care.
- Develop embedded firmware focused on digital imaging
- Develop 802.11, and UWB driver optimizations
- Improve and maintain current code base and prepare it for formal validation as well as FDA submission
- Maintain strict version control on code base and accompanying documentation to ensure auditability
- Collaborate with the current engineering team to plan, architect, and implement future embedded systems in new devices
- Participate in design reviews and code reviews for new and existing firmware
- Create and maintain testing systems and protocols for existing and future products
- 8+ years’ experience as an Embedded Firmware Engineer
- Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering. Master’s degree preferred.
- Expert programmer in C / C++, understanding of assembly a plus
- Knowledge of Linux, and RTOS’s such a QNX, FreeRTOS, etc.
- Experience with TCP/IP stacks
- Experience with low level I/O including I2C, SDIO, USB, PCIe, etc.
- Solid knowledge of Microcontroller and SOC architectures, i.MX, Xilinx, etc.
- Strong understanding of video compression, decompression
- Strong understanding of wireless technologies including 802.11, UWB, BT
- Experience in medical device product development
- Able to lead external teams when working with contractors to do additional firmware work
- Able to assist with EE work when other engineers need assistance
- Solid knowledge of ASIC / FGPA development and programming
- Background in image and video processing
- Basic understanding of optics
- Experience in other programming languages such as Java
- Experience in medical device (FDA) or other regulated body standards and submissions
- Familiarity with ISO 60601, IEC 14971, IEC 62304, etc.
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