Kessler Foundation is seeking an entry-level engineer to participate in the collection, analysis, and interpretation of human movement data. This individual will work in the Center for Spinal Stimulation in West Orange, NJ as part of a scientific research team in translational research.
Responsibilities may include the following (other duties may be assigned):
- Assist in data collection for clinical research studies related to electrical stimulation.
- Develop scripts (MATLAB and Python) to analyze and interpret the kinematics, kinetics, and physiological data.
- Assist in maintaining laboratory equipment, computer software, and lab supplies.
- Provide assistance to other engineers and research staff.
- Strong written and oral communication and interpersonal skills.
- Organize and update testing and training manuals and documents.
- Master's degree in biomedical engineering or a related field.
- Experience with human movement and electromyography (EMG) procedures and analysis.
- Strong programming skills in MATLAB and Python.
- Demonstrated proficiency in computer skills, including statistical analysis and data management.
- Experience with motion-capture data-collection routines (calibration, data processing, etc.).
- Experience in assisting with scientific manuscripts preparation.
- Programming skills in C/C++ and LabVIEW.
- Familiarity with basic electronic circuit design and electromechanical development.
Forward your résumé (MS Word or PDF) and salary requirements to career@KesslerFoundation.org. Please indicate the position(s) for which you are applying in the subject line.