We are searching for innovative people to make a difference.
The Wyss Center is an independent, non-profit, research organization that innovates and accelerates therapies to transform the lives of people with brain disorders.
Based at Campus Biotech in Geneva, Switzerland, the Wyss Center partners with faculty, clinicians and industry, in Switzerland and internationally, to maximize clinical impact.
We work at the forefront of innovation and need people from a wide variety of backgrounds who believe in urgently developing clinical solutions to transform lives.
Digital Electronics Engineer for Neuro-Technology
The Wyss Center is looking for a Digital Electronics Engineer for Neuro-Technology to join the Wyss Center’s Electronics Engineering team, which is focused on designing and developing innovative medical devices and technologies for a range of human applications targeting brain disorders. The successful candidate will design electronic circuits, write firmware, test, and document medical devices in compliance with global regulatory standards including IEC 60601 series, FCC, ETSI, etc. The role involves collaborating with neuroscientists, neurobiologists, clinicians, engineers, quality and regulatory experts, and suppliers to determine design criteria and develop new solutions in a timely and efficient manner.
To apply, please send your CV and covering letter describing your qualifications, background, and interest in this position to HR@wysscenter.ch no later than 17th December 2023.
Clémence Hurni, PhD, Staff Scientist in 3D Transcriptomics
"As a biotechnologist, I love working in an interdisciplinary team. Here at the Wyss Center, there is the additional motivation of everyone working together towards a common goal of developing new therapies or diagnostics to improve lives."
Jules Scholler, PhD, Software Engineer in Bioimaging
"It is great to work in a pluridisciplinary environment where I can bridge the gap between imaging technologies, computer science and biology, with the ultimate goal of clinical translation."
Laura de Vevey, MSc, Science Communication Specialist
“I believe in making science accessible for everyone, building a bridge between neuroscience research and the public to encourage participation and avoid misinformation.”
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