We are looking for a top-flight software engineer to join a dynamic engineering team to help us deliver quality products to our customers. Our cutting-edge products are used in medical and research facilities to expand human knowledge in neuroscience and neurology. You will have the opportunity to work on innovative software projects, new hardware systems, and applications focused on providing customers with the neural signal data acquisition and analysis tools they require - with the opportunity to apply your design, architecture, and solid development skills, this position offers a myriad of opportunities to learn.
In this job, you’ll be focused on software engineering for distributed Ethernet/wireless data acquisition devices, high performance graphics display, and advanced signal processing. You will have the opportunity to work closely with hardware engineers to develop specifications, software, and test suites to validate and support new data acquisition devices, update existing legacy software to support customers and new features, and develop and maintain utilities to provide analysis for large, complex data sets.
Here at Neuralynx, we value the engineering culture, and work hard to maintain a productive and happy work environment. We encourage our engineers to learn, grow, and apply their passions to their daily job. The attributes that we look for include:
Neuralynx is located in beautiful Bozeman, MT. Dubbed a “dream town” by Bizjournal.com and lauded for its year-round recreational opportunities by Outside, National Geographic Adventurer, Powder Magazine, Fly Rod and Reel and the League of American Bicyclists, 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.
Bachelors or Masters degree in Computer Science or related field
3-7 years software development experience.
Comfortable developing software for a Windows or Unix-Based
Strong experience with modern C++
Real-Time Linux experience
Experience with Rust or GO languages.
Comfort with version control systems and CI/CD.
Background or interest in neuroscience.