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Careers

Thank you for your interest in career opportunities at Echo. People are the core of our business, and we offer challenging opportunities for individuals interested in diverse career options and a dynamic working environment. We employ or plan to employ qualified professionals in many areas from the medical device and pharmaceutical industries.

 

Equal Opportunity Employer

Echo is an equal opportunity employer which recruits, hires, trains and promotes persons in all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, disability or veteran status.

 

Current Opportunities

Clinical Operations Manager (Franklin, MA)

The Manager of Clinical Operations helps design and conduct clinical studies of investigational medical and consumer devices by recruiting and screening human subjects for clinical trials, developing and obtaining informed consent from subjects, managing patient participation in the trials and preparing clinical data reviews and data summaries. The Clinical Operations Manager will manage in-house healthy volunteer studies as well as act as a liaison with a Clinical Research Organization (CRO) for external clinical trials. The successful candidate will also be the Principal Investigator for the internal clinical trials. In this capacity the Manager will provide safety oversight, review all clinical protocols and act as the liaison with our Institutional Review Board (IRB). Bachelor's Degree in Life Sciences or health related field required; Clinical Research Associate (CCRA) strongly preferred; minimum 7-10 years clinical research experience

Principal Software Engineer for Embedded Programming (Franklin, MA)

The Principal Software Engineering candidate will be a member of the Engineering team working to development a non-invasive continuous glucose monitoring system targeting the mobile device applications market. They will conceive, design and test software built for use in prototype units. As a key member of the engineering staff, the Principal Software Engineer is expected to proactively provide innovative technical solutions based on extensive knowledge and experience of developing embedded software for low power mobile medical instruments communicating using a BLE protocol. Responsibilities will include Software architecture design, definition of system specifications, power management, ADC control and measurement, algorithm implementation, testing and support of verification and manufacturing test activities. Bachelor's Degree in Software or Electrical Engineering required; Master's degree preferred; 10 - 15 years of related software development experience in the FDA regulated medical device space; Excellent coding skills in C/C++.

Senior Software Engineer for Mobile Device Apps (Franklin, MA)

The Senior Software Engineer will be a member of the Engineering team working to develop a non-invasive continuous glucose monitoring system. The engineer will conceive, design and test software built for use in prototype units and will provide innovative technical solutions based on extensive knowledge and experience of mobile device applications. Responsibilities will include Software architecture, design, system specifications, algorithm code implementation, testing and support of verification activities. Additionally the candidate will be responsible for the development of test software required to fully exercise all hardware functions of the device for the purposes of design verification and manufacturing calibration and test. Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or Software Engineering required; Master's degree preferred; 5 - 10 years of related software development experience in the FDA regulated medical device space; excellent coding skills in Java, C Sharp, C/C++ and Visual C++.

 

 

How To Apply

Send your attached resume with a cover letter to

or mail to:

Echo Therapeutics, Inc.
99 Wood Avenue South
Suite 302
Iselin, NJ 08830
Attn: Human Resources

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