Predicting and preventing heart disease.
Bodyport is hiring an experienced lead Firmware Engineer to lead the firmware development of our first product. You will join an early-stage company dedicated to bringing life-saving medical technology into every home. Bodyport is backed by notable investors in hardware and health, including Y Combinator.
As a senior embedded systems engineer, you will be responsible for architecting the firmware that is the foundation of our product. You will work closely with our data science and electrical engineering teams to ensure the firmware interfaces with sensors, processes data and communicates it back to the user.
Lead development of the Bodyport embedded software
Support algorithm development
Interface with electrical engineering team to ensure proper operation of the sensor system
Interface with data science team to ensure algorithms are accurately translated into firmware
Create the communications link between the Bodyport hardware and software
BS or higher in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Software Engineering or another relevant field
Experience with 32 bit ARM Cortex M microcontrollers
Strong DSP skills
Knowledge of RTOS
Experience with I2C, UART, and SPI protocols
Experience developing firmware for low power devices
Experience with cellular-connected products
Experience in manufacturing medical devices
Developing software under IEC 62304 design controls
Previously worked under ISO13485
<B>What we offer</b>
Competitive salary and equity
Open vacation policy
Great location in South Beach, SF near great lunch spots and cafes
Bodyport is building a virtual cardiac clinic to help keep patients with heart disease healthy and in their homes. The clinic is built around our novel cardiovascular sensing scale and predictive algorithms that detect early subclinical changes in cardiac function. We’re initially targeting heart failure, a chronic condition affecting over 6M Americans and a leading cause of hospitalizations (1M/year) and healthcare spending ($35B/year).