Innovate. Execute. Create Value. 

EchoNous is a well-funded medical device startup in the Seattle, WA area. We are applying the emerging field of artificial intelligence (AI) with the extreme miniaturization of ultrasound to solve common everyday problems in healthcare. We are growing rapidly and have several open positions to join our multidisciplinary team.

If you are passionate about problem-solving and eager to work with world class innovators, please submit your resume to

We offer competitive salary with generous stock options, unlimited vacation, 401K, health insurance, H1-B sponsorship and free fitness center. EchoNous Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Explore current opportunities below.




Computer Vision / Deep Learning Engineer

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Develop innovative algorithms for making our device intuitive and effective
  • Deploy algorithms to hardware and optimize for accuracy and latency
  • Work together with our UI/UX designers and staff clinicians to address unmet needs in clinical practices
  • Discuss the state-of-art works in deep learning with our AI group

Qualifications and Skills:

  • MS or PhD degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, or a related quantitative field
  • Working knowledge of machine learning and image processing techniques
  • Working knowledge of Python and can prototype quickly
  • Ability to write production-quality code
  • Comfort in a fast-paced startup environment and thrives in ambiguity
  • Excitement to work on an innovative, high-impact medical device

Preferred Experience:

  • Experience with ultrasound or medical imaging
  • Experience implementing real-time image processing algorithms or computer vision systems
  • Experience with AWS
  • Publications in a top tier conference/journal

Manufacturing Test Engineer

Primary Responsibilities:

The manufacturing test engineer will be part of a small and dynamic engineering and manufacturing/production team. He/she will develop and sustain manufacturing tests and related equipment to support existing and new medical devices in production. Development of manufacturing tests will include electrical, acoustic, software and mechanical design of tests and related equipment. Activities will also include designing and implementing easy-to-use manufacturing test software and associated user interface for production assembly associates. This role will also be responsible for:

  • Writing manufacturing test procedures, and developing all documentation necessary to support quality management system requirements for manufacturing test
  • Collaborate with engineering in the process of designing medical devices for both ease of manufacture and test
  • Continuously improve manufacturing tests and related equipment to reduce cost and increase test coverage and quality
  • Control and maintain manufacturing test processes
  • Ability to coordinate manufacturing test efforts throughout the entire product development life cycle, from development to production

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering or similar is required
  • Experience with off the shelf test equipment including, pulsers, receivers, gain phase analyzers, function generators and oscilloscopes
  • Acoustic and impedance testing experience desired
  • Experience with test systems using motor alignment desired
  • Experience in developing scripts and user interfaces in Python or other test interface software
  • Ability to conduct hardware-software debugging and perform problem isolation down to the component level
  • Must have hands-on skills and experience with manufacturing processes, systems and tools
  • Proficiency with developing board level tests to ensure module specifications are met
  • Experience with DFx principles, electrical safety and EMC compliance standards
  • Experience working with regulatory compliance in medical, aerospace or military products
  • Experience with FDA and CE regulatory guidelines is preferred
  • Experience with CAD design software (SolidWorks) is desirable

Preferred Experience:

  • Minimum of 4 years of experience in a manufacturing environment is required.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Strong ability to work in a dynamic and fast-paced environment with minimal direction.
  • Proven track record of having gone through at least 1 full product cycle with hands-on design for a test system.

Senior Hardware Verification Engineer

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Lead and coordinate all medical electrical equipment hardware verification efforts including mechanical, electrical and thermal testing performed internally and at external labs
  • Work with program management to develop detailed schedule and budget required to perform all hardware verification activities required for each project
  • Develop hardware verification plans
  • Perform hardware verification tests and write hardware verification reports
  • Work closely with the engineering development team to provide guidance on requirements related to hardware verification and their testability
  • Work with quality and regulatory teams to ensure all required quality system and safety agency requirements are met
  • Stay up-to-date on the international standards related to the development of medical devices, including but not limited to IEC 60601-1 and all related parts, to guide the engineering development team on requirements and update hardware verification plans/tests as needed

Qualifications and Skills:

  • BS in engineering discipline or a related field
  • 7+ years of experience performing hardware verification in Class II (or above) medical devices, including experience in biocompatibility and material compatibility testing
  • 2+ years leading hardware verification activities in Class II (or above) medical devices
  • Strong understanding of IEC standards related to medical devices
  • Knowledge of regulatory (FDA) and applicable standards ISO 13485, ISO 14971
  • Experience on medical diagnostic ultrasound imaging is a plus
  • Strong interpersonal skills with a team focus
  • Proactive and self-directed
  • Ability to be productive and stay focused on deliverables in a fast-paced working environment

Android Application Engineer

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with the Product, UI/UX, and Imaging teams to design and build reusable Android or iOS software components for the imaging platform
  • Make continuous improvements to the imaging application based on device performance and customer feedback
  • Mobile technologies and methodologies are constantly evolving. You recognize that choosing the right toolkit can be critical to success and that this is an ongoing process. Hence you are open to experimenting and evaluating new toolkits, as well as thoughtful/savvy about the choices that you do make
  • Collaborate with QA on continuous integration and delivery, automated and manual testing

Qualifications and Skills:

  • 2+ years of experience building customer-facing mobile applications in Kotlin, Java or Swift
  • BS in computer science or computer engineering
  • In-depth understanding of Android and/or iOS development environments
  • Experience in API design, SDK architecture, and mobile software lifecycle development practices
  • A deep understanding of the complex interplay between the realities of mobile software application platforms and the goals and objectives of modern-era design guidelines (e.g., Material Design for Android, Human Interface Design guidelines, etc.)
  • Strong CS and math fundamentals - algorithms and data structures
  • A collaborative attitude and a life-long learner

Quality/Regulatory Compliance Specialist

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Quality System Compliance responsibilities include supporting policies, procedures and processes related to FDA and ISO 13485 quality system elements, Supporting EchoNous quality system to meet MDSAP and EU MDR requirements, Oversight of employee training to key quality systems
  • Regulatory Compliance responsibilities include oversight and auditing of customer complaint processing, vigilance reporting and administering internal audit and corrective action processes in conformance with national and international regulations
  • Prepare internal audit plans and oversee audits as principal lead auditor
  • Work with auditees to address findings and plan corrective actions
  • Manage corrective and preventive action processes
  • Assist service team with complaint investigations and reportable complaints
  • Provide quality system training and manage training records
  • Support the management of regulatory (e.g. MDSAP, Notified Body) audits
  • Support administration of the electronic document management system

Qualifications and Skills:

  • B.S. degree or higher in scientific field or equivalent regulatory/scientific experience
  • Minimum 2-4 years of compliance-focused education and/or experience working within medical device manufacturing quality management systems
  • Familiarity with 21 CFR Part 820, ISO 13485, MDD/MDR, and MDSAP
  • Knowledge of quality assurance processes (root cause, CAPA)
  • Reliable self-motivation, leadership and training skills
  • Strong communication skills – both written and oral

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