Nevro Corp.

Firmware R&D Intern

US-CA-Redwood City
2 weeks ago(1/2/2018 1:24 PM)

About Nevro

Nevro is a medical device company headquartered in Redwood City, California. We have developed HF10™ therapy, an innovative, evidence-based neuromodulation platform for the treatment of chronic pain.

We started with a simple mission to help more patients suffering from chronic pain. At each stage of development, our research was subject to the highest levels of scientific rigor, resulting in a new therapy that has advanced the state of spinal cord stimulation (SCS).

The Nevro® Senza® SCS System received CE mark in 2010, TGA approval in 2011, FDA approval in 2015, and is commercially available in Europe, Australia, and the United States.


The Electrical Engineering R&D Intern shall participate in research and product development activities ranging from product concept through transfer to manufacturing. This position will apply diversified knowledge of engineering principles and practices for development of Nevro products.


  • Setup and operation of test fixtures and collection of test data.
  • Participation in the design of prototype electronic circuits, PCB layout, fabrication, and assembly.
  • New PCB board bring-up and characterization.
  • Able to work in a regulated environment in accordance with internal operating procedures and external standards and regulations.
  • Preparation and presentation of R&D test reports.


Role Requirements

  • Working towards an M.S. or B.S. in Electrical Engineering.
  • Completion of at least two hands-on electrical engineering lab courses.
  • Completion of at least one electrical engineering hardware project of moderate to high complexity.

Skills and Knowledge

  • Hands-on electrical engineering lab experience and completion of at least 2 years of college coursework in an accredited electrical engineering program.
  • Good C-coding skills.
  • Experience with at least one popular embedded IDE – Keil, code::blocks, IAR, or similar
  • Ability to use a logic analyzer and to generate and interpret timing diagrams
  • Experience with at least one version control system – Subversion, GIT, or similar
  • Experience hacking or tearing down at least one consumer product OR experience building a microcontroller project
  • Good technical writing skills
  • Upper division undergrad or grad student


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