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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

We currently have the following open positions: 

-Manager, Clinical Operations (Franklin, MA)

The Manager of Clinical Operations will design, implement, and monitor clinical studies of new and modified products. The candidate will ensure that the clinical studies are designed to validate product performance claims and support the products’ intended use. He/she will have obtained prior exposure to all aspects of a clinical study and functions at a proficient level of independence with a significant degree of autonomy in conducting clinical research. A minimum 7-10 years of clinical research experience in a hospital, medical clinic, or university; or equivalent relevant 3-4 years of work experience in the medical device industry required. Ability to travel (up to 30% US within assigned geographic territories and/or international). Bachelor's degree in a scientific or technical discipline required or an equivalent combination of education and relevant work experience. Clinical Research Associate (CCRA) strongly preferred.

-Sr. Sensor Engineer (Franklin, MA)

The Sr. Sensor Engineer will help to design, test and implement new sensor technologies used in a minimally invasive, continuous glucose monitor. A minimum of 8-10 years' work experience in the bio-sensor industry, developing sensor products for the medical industry, and a PhD or MS in Electrochemistry, Chemical Engineering, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering or related field, is required. A demonstrated knowledge and ability to work within a regulated environment such as FDA QSR and ISO 13485 is also required. The candidate should also have a strong theoretical and experimental background in electrochemical sensors  and excellent analytical skills, including statistical analyses of large sets of data.

-Senior Design Assurance Engineer (Franklin, MA)

The Senior Design Assurance Engineer will be responsible for leading all Risk Management and Risk Analysis activities including Initial Hazards Analysis (IHA), Design Failure Modes Effects Analysis (DFMEA), Fault tree Analysis (FTA), Risk Management Reporting, etc. in accordance with ISO 14971. This position will leads all Verification and Validation (V&V) activities by writing Master V&V Plans, and in conjunction with Product Development, creates test protocols, procedures, and final V&V reports. The candidate should have a thorough understanding of Quality Management System (QMS) requirements such as cGMP/QSR, and ISO 13485 standards. In-depth knowledge of the product development lifecycle within an FDA and ISO regulated environment including, but not limited to Design Control, Design Review, Verification & Validation, Risk Management, etc. Bachelor of Science in mechanical, electrical, biomedical or manufacturing engineering, or equivalent experience required. He/she will have 5-10 years of experience in a Design/Quality role within the medical device space. Experience with Class II and III devices preferred.

-Principal Software Engineer (Franklin, MA)

This individual will design and develop software components for medical device products, manage external development partners, create and execute test protocols, provide technical guidance for other team and generate documents for developed components to satisfy regulatory, quality, and manufacturing requirements. The candidate will also be responsible for sustaining support of existing products, support of customer complaint investigations and day-to-day tactical management of development issues. The candidate must have a solid work history in a team environment with a proven track record of completing successful projects on time. A minimum of 7-10 years' work experience in developing embedded medical software for the medical industry is required. A demonstrated knowledge and ability to work within a regulated environment such as FDA QSR and ISO 13485 is required. A Bachelor's degree in Software Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or a related discipline is required.

-Staff Accountant (Philadelphia, PA)

This position will be responsible for assisting in the coordination of the monthly close of the general ledger system and the quarterly/year end audits, various journal entries, analysis, and reconciliations. He/she will oversee the accounts payable and fixed assets systems, proper approval, general ledger coding and vouchering of all invoices and will ensure that the payments to the company’s vendors take place, in an accurate and timely manner. The Staff Accountant will work on various projects as required as well as participate in the design, planning, and implementation of process improvements. Minimum of 2-5 years of progressive financial accounting experience required. Experience in a support of financial reporting role, with preference given to experience in a corporate environment for a company of 10 – 200 employees. Proficient knowledge of Excel, problem solving and analytical skills required.





How To Apply

Send your attached resume with a cover letter to

or mail to:

Echo Therapeutics, Inc.
8 Penn Center
1628 JFK Boulevard
Suite 300
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Attn: Human Resources