May 19, 2021
Eko is a venture-backed digital health company which harnesses the power of smartphones and cloud data for screening and monitoring individuals with cardiovascular diseases. We have built a platform of non-invasive cardiovascular monitoring devices, clinical software, and point-of-care decision support software to improve the delivery of cardiovascular care.
In 2015, we launched the Eko Core Digital Stethoscope, the first FDA-cleared digital stethoscope on the market to wirelessly stream heart and lung sounds to HIPAA-compliant software. It is now used by clinicians at over 1000 hospitals & health systems around the globe and was recognized as a “Best Invention of the Year” by TIME Magazine. Eko's latest FDA-cleared device, DUO, is the first combined digital stethoscope and ECG cardiac monitor with cardiac AI for in-clinic and at-home monitoring, offering 28 million heart disease patients the ability to seamlessly send cardiac data to their physicians.
Eko was established in 2013 and has offices in Oakland and San Francisco.
As a Senior Biomedical Engineer at Eko, you will:
Contribute to the successful volume manufacture of medical devices to detect cardiovascular conditions and improve patient care
Help design the next generation of non-invasive cardiac monitoring devices
Work with medical professionals such as other scientists, doctors, and engineers to develop product requirements for next-generation products
Collaborate with the quality and manufacturing teams to implement rolling changes and process improvements to shipping products
Assist in the design of new medical hardware
Develop and perform tests to evaluate the efficacy of designs
Ensure successful completion of testing and validation for both hardware products and manufacturing equipment
Leverage medical informatics, statistics, and data analysis tools in support of product design decisions
Write and execute test plans for all product changes
Work across multiple hardware disciplines (electrical, mechanical, acoustic) with deep expertise in at least one hardware discipline
Write work instructions for manufacturing processes
Create Manufacturing Process test protocols (IQ, OQ, PQ)
Bachelors’ or Masters degree in Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or related technical discipline
3+ years of experience in mid/high volume manufacturing of electronic devices
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Accomplished communicator, self-disciplined with the ability to prioritize and focus
Nice To Haves:
Experienced in ISO 13485 medical device development
Experience in physiological sensing applications
Able to assist with EE work when other engineers need assistance
Able to assist with ME work when other engineers need assistance
Eko is elevating the way clinicians detect and monitor cardiac and respiratory disease by bringing together advanced sensors, patient and provider software, and AI-powered analysis. Its FDA cleared platform is used by tens of thousands of clinicians treating millions of patients around the world, in-person, and through telehealth. The company is headquartered in Oakland, California and privately-held, with investments from ARTIS Ventures, NTT Venture Capital, DigiTx Ventures, Mayo Clinic, Sutter Health and others.
Eko is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and welcome people of different backgrounds, experiences, abilities and perspectives. We celebrate diversity and are committed to building a diverse and inclusive team.