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Software Engineer

Primary Responsibilities:  Develop Windows®, Apple OS X, and Linux applications, libraries and test applications for both new and existing neuroscience electrophysiology products.  Development areas include scientific data analysis, user interface and real-time Ethernet data communications.   Guided by an ISO 13485 compliant engineering process, you will be part of an experienced software engineering group.

Required Skills:
  • Master's degree in computer science or electrical engineering 
  • Must have 3+ years of experience in software development 
  • Must have 2+ years experience in scientific data analysis and handling big data 
  • Proficiency in one of Java, C++ or C# 
  • Experience in scripting languages such as Python and Matlab
  • Computer science fundamentals in problem-solving and algorithms and complexity analysis
  • Programming skills in Unix/Linux/Win32 environment
  • Work experience with embedded real-time systems 
Desired Skills:
  • Knowledge of professional software engineering, development cycle, code review, source code management and software testing is highly preferred 
  • Knowledge and research experience in biology and neuroscience are considered a plus
Education:

MSCE or MSCS

Location:

HQ - Bozeman, MT

Hours:

Full-time, Monday-Friday

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About Neuralynx

Neuralynx is an industry pioneer and development leader for electrophysiology research products, specializing in customizable hardware and software data acquisition systems used to measure neural signals down to the individual nerve cell activity. Its flagship product, Cheetah, was designed, built and tested for NASA’s Neurolab Space Shuttle, and successfully recorded high-frequency single neuron “place cells” from two rats simultaneously while in orbit on Columbia in April 1998. In 2011, Neuralynx released the FDA-cleared ATLAS Neurophysiology System for use in clinical environments, improving the research of debilitating diseases. In June 2015, Neuralynx released its revolutionary Cube-64, a wireless multi-subject digital 64 channel acquisition system.

Neuralynx supports over 600 Cheetah data acquisition systems worldwide in use at universities, research institutions, and hospitals, including MIT, UCLA, Mayo Clinic, Yale and MSU. Longtime Neuralynx customers, May-Britt and Edvard Moser, were awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Medicine for their discovery of the brain’s global positioning system.

Neuralynx actively supports the educational training of neuroscience students through its participation in summer intensives, including the Transylvanian Experimental Neuroscience Summer School (TENNS, Romania) and Neural Systems and Behavior (Marine Biological Laboratory, Massachusetts), providing data acquisition systems and animal interface devices.

Neuralynx also offers summer and academic year internships for undergrad and graduate students, many of whom have continued employment following graduation.

Bozeman, Montana

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Praised for its year-round recreational opportunities (Outside, National Geographic Adventurer, Powder Magazine, Fly Rod and Reel), Bozeman combines small town charm with big city flair. Nestled in a fertile valley and surrounded by mountains with easy access to skiing, hiking, fishing, hunting and camping, Bozeman is a delightful mix of artists, photographers, filmmakers, authors, entrepreneurs and farmers/ranchers who want to work close to nature. Cultural offerings include a symphony orchestra, opera, theatre and ballet companies, art galleries and museums. One-of-a-kind shops, art galleries and restaurants, along with parades, car shows, music festivals and street fairs liven Bozeman’s historic downtown, only a short distance from Montana State University (MSU). Yellowstone National Park and Big Sky Resort are within a short drive. Great place for all ages!


Neuralynx is an equal opportunity employer

It is the continuing policy of Neuralynx to afford equal opportunity to qualified employees and applicants, regardless of their ethnic/national origin, color, race, religion, sex, age, physical or mental handicaps, military or veteran status, or any other protected condition or characteristic in conformity with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations.