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Lura Health | The world's first wearable sensor for salivary diagnostics


A great product is the natural byproduct of an awesome team, incredible people and inspiring values. We aspire to not only develop world-changing technologies, but cultivate a world-changing culture as well. Above all, we value the happiness, well being, comfort and life-scale excitement of our team members. It is our goal to help you feel motivated and creative at all times.

Interested in becoming a part of our team? Submit your application to one of the open positions below.

  • Embedded Systems Engineer
    Embedded Systems Engineer Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Embedded Systems Engineer at Lura Health will play a key role in pushing the boundaries of innovation while working out of the vibrant HAX coworking space. The 35,000 sq feet hub in Newark, NJ hosts healthcare and environmental startups and is equipped with full engineering workshops and wet labs. Lura Health is a fast-growing, VC and NSF-backed early-stage medical device company developing a non-invasive remote patient monitoring tool. The primary technology is a highly miniaturized sensor that is worn in the mouth, continually records analytes in saliva related to chronic disease, and automatically transmits data to a patient’s smartphone via Bluetooth Low Energy. The data is then shared to the cloud for storage, analysis, and review by doctors and medical professionals. The approach has the potential for less invasive and more user-friendly health management. Compensation: Base salary and equity options are open to negotiation and are commensurate with experience. Base salary is expected to fall in the range of $80,000-$100,000. Stock options package is expected to fall between 0.1-0.4%. Medical, dental, and vision insurance is provided. Responsibilities: 1. Review and Design Schematics: Assess and enhance existing hardware schematics. Collaborate with the hardware team to design innovative solutions for custom hardware components. 2. Test and Debug Custom Hardware: Conduct rigorous testing and debugging of custom hardware to ensure reliability and optimal performance. Implement effective troubleshooting strategies for identifying and resolving hardware issues promptly. 3. Technical Documentation: Contribute to the creation of comprehensive technical documentation, ensuring clarity for both internal and external stakeholders. Maintain up-to-date documentation reflecting changes and improvements in the hardware and firmware development processes. 4. Collaboration: Collaborate cross-functionally with software engineers, electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, and experts in other fields to advance our product development efforts. Actively participate in team meetings and contribute insights for continuous improvement. Necessary Technical Experience: Bachelor, Master, or Doctorate degree in a relevant STEM field (ex. Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Biomedical Engineering). Proficient with Altium Designer. Experience working with IoT systems and Bluetooth technologies. Advanced soldering skills. Electrical engineering expertise: reading datasheets, understanding schematics, efficient circuit debugging. Additional Experience/Details for Special Consideration: Familiarity with project management tools like Notion Proficiency in Python programming language. Proficiency in C programming language. Comfortable with firmware development, including RTOS architecture and implementation. Specific experience with hardware that uses Silicon Labs chipsets and SDKs. Experience testing custom radio antennas with VNAs, OTA tests in anechoic chambers, and spectrum analyzers. Comfortable with CAD design in SolidWorks. Experience working with electrochemical sensors. Management/leadership experience To Apply: Email your resumé to
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