Senior Hardware Program Manager

Website Eko Health

The ability to listen is the ability to care for the heart.

Eko is a venture-backed digital health company which harnesses the power of smartphones and cloud data for screening and monitoring individuals with cardiovascular diseases. We have built a platform of non-invasive cardiovascular monitoring devices, clinical software, and point-of-care decision support software to improve the delivery of cardiovascular care.

In 2015, we launched the Eko Core Digital Stethoscope, the first FDA-cleared digital stethoscope on the market to wirelessly stream heart and lung sounds to HIPAA-compliant software. It is now used by clinicians at over 1000 hospitals & health systems around the globe and was recognized as a “Best Invention of the Year” by TIME Magazine.  Eko’s latest FDA-cleared device, DUO, is the first combined digital stethoscope and ECG cardiac monitor with cardiac AI for in-clinic and at-home monitoring, offering 28 million heart disease patients the ability to seamlessly send cardiac data to their physicians.

Eko was established in 2013 and has offices in Oakland and Hayward.

In November 2020, Eko raised $65 million in Series C funding. The new funding will be used to expand in-clinic use of the company’s platform of telehealth and AI algorithms for disease screening, and to launch a monitoring program for cardiopulmonary patients at home.

As a Senior Hardware Program Manager at Eko, You Will:
Act as the central contact between teams to ensure timely launch of high-quality, cost-efficient, and manufacturable healthcare products
Develop project roadmaps and communicate deliverables and due dates clearly after due considerations of constraints
Communicate between executives and the hardware execution team; escalating issues if needed
Develop a hardware roadmap covering all phases of product development from concept, samples, prototype, alpha-beta testing, ramp up, production and sustaining engineering
Maintain thorough documentation that can be referenced during FDA audits
Work collaboratively with Engineering, Product, Manufacturing, Supply chain and Quality teams at Eko.

As a Senior Hardware Program Manager at Eko, You Have:
Bachelors’ degree in Mechanical Engineering, Bioengineering, Electrical Engineering or related technical discipline
Experience leading cross-functional teams
Expert in breaking down complex problems into easily understood tasks
5+ years of experience in project and/or program management
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
As a Senior Hardware Program Manager, We Would Appreciate If You Have:
Experienced in ISO 13485 medical device manufacturing environment
Experience developing Class II and/or Class III medical devices
Experience with bio sensors and/or audio products

Benefits and Perks We Offer:
Eko was recognized by “Great Place to Work” in 2020 and 2021
Paid-time off
Medical/Dental/Vision, Disability + Life Insurance
Volunteer time off
One Medical membership
Parental Leave
401k Matching
Work from home equipment stipend
Flexible schedules
Wellness programs (Wellness Wednesdays, Time off)
Wellness perks (Headspace, Ginger, Aaptiv, Physera)
Learning and Development stipend

Eko is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and welcome people of different backgrounds, experiences, abilities and perspectives. We celebrate diversity and are committed to building a diverse and inclusive team.

Tagged as: medical devices, program management

To apply for this job email your details to trish.pandya@ekohealth.com