Senior Mechanical Engineer, Implant
Posted on: November 25, 2022
As a senior mechanical engineer at Neuralink, you will design
and produce hardware solutions for our brain-computer interface
devices, including surgical robotics, automation, microfabrication,
and more. You will get to own projects from concept to production,
utilizing your mechanical engineering background in the challenging
field of brain-computer interfaces. The role involves collaboration
with neuroscientists, biologists, and engineers to determine design
criteria and build systems quickly and effectively.
The Implant Teamis responsible for the design, build and testing of
all mechanical systems in our implant and charger. Projects include
design of test infrastructure to reduce hardware development and
manufacturing time, electronics packaging for our charger and
implant electronics, and tooling to help interface the implant with
the surgical robot.
- You find large challenges exciting and enjoy discovering and
defining problems as much as solving them.
- You deliver. You may enjoy thoughtful conversations about
problems and perfecting designs, but in the end, you know that what
matters is delivering a manufacturable solution that works every
- You are a cross-disciplinary team member. You are excited to
work with and learn from software, mechanical, electrical,
materials, biological engineers, and neuroscientists. You are
comfortable communicating across teams.
- Resourceful, flexible and adaptable; no task is too big or too
- Bachelor's Degree in science or engineering, or equivalent in
experience and ability.
- 5+ years of mechanical engineering industry experience,
including owning products from concept to production.
- Strong understanding of engineering first principles.
- Experience with conventional machining and rapid prototyping
- Experience with precision design and manufacturing.
- Experience with advanced imaging techniques.
Keywords: Neuralink, Fremont , Senior Mechanical Engineer, Implant, Engineering , Fremont, California
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