Location: West Orange, NJ
Seeking an entry- to mid-level research engineer to participate in the collection, analysis, and interpretation of human movement data. This individual will work in the Tim and Caroline Reynolds Center for Spinal Stimulation as part of a scientific research team in translational research.
- Process, analyze, and visualize kinematics and electrophysiological data (e.g., EMG, EEG, ECG, etc.) using MATLAB/ Python.
- Assist in data collection for human research studies in neurorehabilitation.
- Assist in maintaining and troubleshooting laboratory equipment, computer software, and lab supplies.
- Assist scientists, engineers, and other research staff.
- Master's degree in engineering (biomedical or a related field).
- Experience with human movement and electrophysiology data, procedures, and analyses.
- Strong programming skills in MATLAB, Python, and LabVIEW.
- Experience in signal processing and statistical analysis.
- Strong written and oral communication and interpersonal skills.
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with changing priorities.
- Experience with electrical stimulation (neuromuscular, spinal, or brain).
- Experience with motion-capture data-collection routines (calibration, data processing, etc.).
- Experience in assisting with scientific manuscripts preparation.
- Programming skills in C++ or C#.
- 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.