Early Innovation Lead Embedded and Algorithm Engineer

Position Overview:
In this role you will be responsible for working collaboratively with the Global Innovation Organization to develop, discover and evaluate novel and innovative technical solutions that will meet the needs of existing Hill-Rom business units and product categories that are outside of current businesses.
Key Responsibilities:
You will act as a key advisor, technical researcher and early phase leader for efforts that have strong software / firmware elements. You will also present and champion the proposed solutions to executive and director level stakeholders with-in Hill-Rom.
You will design and develop algorithms to analyze physiological data and support embedded software development for devices that acquire the data
Utilize your understanding of embedded software application development and algorithms to develop tools and models for medical device research.
Act as a subject matter expert for software, network trends, communication processes and technologies. Keep up to date with the trends in medical software and systems.
You will be responsible for configuration management, and software-related documentation, including software design documentation.
Required Background:
Bachelor's or Master's degree in Computer Science, Computer engineering, Bioengineering, software development, or closely related field required.
Demonstrated experience in algorithm development, embedded design and signal processing, including debugging.
Experience in design and troubleshooting of analog/digital circuits is preferred
Creative, innovative, collaborative, out of the box thinker. The ideal candidate is a self-starter possessing excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills who is customer centric, and decisive.
Software level debug in C along with RTOSs. Strong technical document skills along with experience Python, MATLAB or equivalent, pattern recognition techniques and statistics is strongly preferred
At least 7 years' experience in medical device development or related field is preferred

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