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  • Acoustiic is always looking for great people to help our teams deliver world beating cancer therapy. While we list a number of areas that we have an immediate need in, if you have experience that you know will help propel us forward, and a passion to make that happen, then please contact us. Applications are read by our engineering staff and we’ll work to find a place for the right person.
    We are currently actively seeking applicants at a variety of experience levels in:
  • • Ultrasound transducer design, test, and modeling
  • • Medical acoustics, nonlinear ultrasound, beamforming
  • • Ultrasound transducer fabrication
  • • Tooling design and construction
  • • Embedded programming
  • • AI/ML
  • • Mechanical design
  • • ASIC design
  • • PCB layout
  • • Technician
  • Experience in ultrasound systems and in a regulatory environment is a plus.
    Acoustiic is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws.
  • Electronics Engineer

    Acoustiic Inc is a rapidly growing start up focused on the development of pre-symptomatic cancer therapy solutions using cutting edge ultrasound transducer technology. Headquartered in Bellevue, WA, we are currently hiring for several positions and are looking for applicants from a broad range of backgrounds with an interest in working across subject areas in a highly collaborative team. We welcome applications from all interested candidates, and the skills listed below should be considered general guidelines, not exclusionary. Under the direction of the VP Systems, the Electronics Engineer will design and implement electrical and embedded firmware components of Acoustiic’s ultrasound systems.

    Key Responsibilities:

  • • Schematic capture and PCB layout of analog, digital and mixed signal boards using Altium Designer.
  • • FPGA programming.
  • • Contribute to device history files by authoring requirements, specifications, and testing documentation as required by Acoustiic’s quality management system.

    Education and related Experience:

  • •Degree in electrical engineering or equivalent work experience.
  • •7-15years of relevant industry experience with design, bring-up and integration of complex printed circuit boards.

    Desirable Skills, Abilities and Attributes:

  • • Ability to read and follow instructions. Show this ability by including the phase “I want to design ultrasound devices” in your application.
  • • Extensive experience with schematic capture and PCB layout.
  • • Experience developing HDL on FPGA systems.
  • • Experience with PCB bring-up and troubleshooting.
  • • Experience with safety standards such as IEC 60601 or IEC 61010
  • • Use of scripting or testing environments such as Python or LabVIEW.
  • • Experience developing device specifications based on high level requirements.
  • • Experience with hardware control systems
  • • Experience working in medical devices or other regulated industries
  • • Experience writing Windows Drivers in C or C++
  • • Experience using Fusion 360 for mechanical integration
  • • Experience with RF device design including digital radio and front-end design.

    Intellectual curiosity

  • • The ability to understand the underlying requirements and interdependencies of complex problems
  • • Ability to respond to urgent situations appropriately by prioritization

    Equal Employment Opportunity

    Acoustiic is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran or disabled status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.

    Note reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to participate in the application process for this position by contacting Job RequirementsIn compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire.

    Salary Range and Benefits

    $80,000 to $200,000 depending upon experience and qualifications
    Medical, dental, vision health insurance benefits
    Other insurance options
    Unlimited PTO policy

    Interested Candidates may apply by sending their resume and cover to
    Acoustiic is only accepting direct applications for this position. Applications from recruiters will not be reviewed.
  • Intern: System Test


    The System Test intern is responsible for supporting the design, assembly and execution of a variety of system tests that will be used in product development. The Acoustiic device is a high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) transducer, and example test fixtures that will be developed and run include a) a thermal heat transfer test fixture to test the system’s cooling capabilities, b) electrical test fixtures to test prototype PCBA’s that provide signal and power interfaces to the HIFU. This intern will report to the VP of Systems Engineering and will also work closely with experienced electronic, acoustic and mechanical engineers at Acoustiic. While all engineering students are encouraged to apply, this role requires a number of key skills listed below. We would expect that an Electrical Engineering student or Systems Engineering student with electrical design and instrumentation experience would be most successful in this role.

    This is a hands-on position where on-the-job training will be provided as necessary.

    Key Duties Include:

    Schematic capture for simple PCBA board designs

    Assembly of prototype units for testing

    Fabrication and assembly of test fixtures

    Run hardware tests and report results for the purposes of design iteration

    Key Skills Include:

    A desire to build things

    PCB schematic capture and layout using Altium


    Soldering and electronics assembly

    Experience with electrical test equipment such as oscilloscopes and power supplies

  • Intern: Acoustic Test 


    The Acoustic Test intern is responsible for setting up and configuring an acoustic test tank and associated instrumentation.  This intern will report to the VP of Transducers and will also receive direction and support from other Principal Engineers.  The acoustic test tank includes a robotic arm that holds and precisely positions the test object (ultrasound transducer), along with specialized sensors that measure the output of the transducer.  The associated instrumentation and controls are managed through Labview, while Matlab is used for data processing and analysis.   While all engineering students are encouraged to apply, this role requires key skills listed below, and we would expect that an Electrical, Mechanical or Computer Engineering student with experience with instrumentation, Labview and Matlab would be most successful in this role. 


    Key Duties Include: 

    Set up the acoustic test tank – connect all controls (robot) and sensors (specialized acoustic sensors) 
    Configure test data acquisition and processing. Configure system to perform a set of standard tests and data acquisition 
    Run acoustic tests on prototype devices and report on resulting data. 


    Key Skills Include: 

    Labview instrumentation setup and programming 
    Matlab skills for basic signal processing (time and frequency domains) and presentation of summary graphs for test reports with test limits 

  • Intern: GUI Interface


    The GUI Interface intern is responsible for designing and implementing a GUI interface to our ultrasound transducer system. The ultrasound transducer system is designed to transmit acoustic energy based on targeting information from the control interface. The GUI will not be a product/clinical interface, rather a development interface for internal use by engineers/researchers. This intern will report to the VP of Transducers and will also get direction and support from other Principal Engineers. While all engineering students are encouraged to apply, this role requires key skills listed below and we would expect that an Electrical or Computer Science student with experience implementing a Windows-based UI in C++, C# and/or Python would be most successful in this role.


    Key Duties Include:

    Develop and test Graphical User Interface to prototype ultrasound transducer


    Key Skills Include:

    GUI development for Windows Platform

    C++ or C#