NYU Langone Health invites applications for a research engineer position in the department of radiology. The successful applicant will join a team working on exciting projects in a range of technologies, including multi-nuclear, flexible, and interventional coils; electromagnetic simulation tools; and Connectome 2.0. The research engineer will be responsible for coil design, simulation, construction, evaluation, and troubleshooting, while working with a diverse group of physicists, imaging experts, and radiologists at our multidisciplinary research center.
- Degree in engineering, physics, biomedical sciences, or related field
- Experience with hands-on radiofrequency coil construction
- Publication track record
- Experience with circuit board design and manufacture
- Fluency in high-level software, such as MATLAB, CAD, and electronic field simulators
- Troubleshooting and problem-solving skills
- Experience with MRI platforms
CAI2R (pronounced care) comprises approximately 150 full-time personnel dedicated to imaging research, development, and clinical translation. Our team is diverse and highly collaborative. We work in interdisciplinary, matrixed groups that include engineers, scientists, clinicians, technologists, and industry experts.
Joining our Center means becoming part of a diverse community that values cross-pollination of ideas, celebrates creativity, and nurtures an environment conducive to breakthrough innovations.
The Center for Advanced Imaging Innovation and Research (CAI2R) is supported by the NIH and operated by the department of radiology at NYU Langone Health.
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Timeline, Salary, and Benefits
The anticipated start for this role is mid 2024. The initial appointment is for one year, with the intention to renew depending on mutual agreement. The salary minimum for this position is $81,325.15; the midpoint, $135,541.73; the maximum $189,758.32.
NYU Langone Health offers a competitive benefits package that includes health, dental, and vision insurance, a prescription drug plan, commuter plans, and subsidized housing based on availability. We welcome both domestic and international applicants and provide support for visa applications.
We are committed to diversity and inclusion in all aspects of recruitment and employment. All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration without regard to race, color, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, religion, creed, or disability.
Email your CV, a list or description of recent projects, and a cover letter describing your interest in the position to Ryan Brown, PhD, at Ryan.Brown@nyulangone.org, with the phrase “research engineer” in the subject line.
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