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November 12 - 26, 2018
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Career Center

The Career Center lists imaging-related employment opportunities. Any IS&T Member may post an open position; the service is complementary. Open positions are listed for 3 months. Non-members may direct postings to

Image Scientist / Engineer

Company:  E Ink
Location:  Billerica, MA

E Ink is seeking a creative engineer / scientist to join a team making innovations in display driving methods for next-generation electrophoretic display systems.  This individual will primarily be responsible for developing and implementing novel imaging algorithms for reflective color displays, working towards system-level optimization of display performance.   Primary responsibilities will be prototyping, developing and implementing novel imaging algorithms for reflective color displays for use in next-generation E Ink products.  Activities include characterizing relevant aspects of displays, executing electro-optical experiments, and developing and implementing algorithms on custom hardware / software systems.  As a key team member, the person will be expected to take on exploratory projects that lead to product improvements and new products.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop and validate new color rendering algorithms
  • Develop methods for characterizing electro-optic response of color reflective displays
  • Implement algorithms in prototype systems such as host-based or embedded systems-based displays
  • Develop protocols and workflows for using methods in commercial products
  • Contribute to the development of image quality assessment methods for color reflective displays


  • M.S. with 3+ years of industrial experience, or Ph.D., in a field such as Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Color Science, or Applied Mathematics
  • Image processing:  efficient digital image processing algorithm development, especially in areas such as halftoning, contrast and image enhancement methods, font rendering, and computational geometry
  • Color science: understanding of colorimetry, human visual system models, color appearance models, physics of color formation, optical modeling
  • Device color:  knowledge of gamut mapping, ICC profiles, color calibration methods
  • Software/programming languages: expertise in Matlab, experience with C/C++
  • Experience with methods of modeling of physical systems and statistical analysis
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated experience working in a multidisciplinary team

Please apply online at:
or through our website at

Posted 3/27/18

Radiological Imaging and Data Sr. Manager/Director

iCAD, Inc. | Xoft, a subsidiary of iCAD, Inc.

Essential Function:
Perform analysis and processing of medical imaging data for clinical trials in compliance with study protocols and applicable regulatory agencies. Issue and resolve queries with investigator sites and academic centers to ensure follow-up on imaging-related issues. Validate and maintain a database of medical imaging data and associated results.


  • Manage team responsible for:
  • Collect images and patient reports from clinical sites
  • Develop and manage clinical electronic data capture database software to store images and clinical records
  • Develop and perform Quality Control records data quality and conformance checks
  • Sort medical reports with digital images
  • Work with Radiologists for establishing ground truth truthing images
  • Prepare image collection protocols, identify clinical sites, and manage Institutional Review Board (IRB) processes or contracts to ensure receipt and approval with clinical partners
  • Work with our client sites to download FFDM, DBT, CT and MRI radiologic cases; anonymize and prepare data for research and regulatory purposes
  • Collect clinical case information from sites; anonymize and transcribe clinical information, assuring compliance with clinical protocols
  • Maintain accurate database of all image data with associated clinical information
  • Assess image data for compliance with quality requirements as defined by data collection and clinical protocols
  • Report to the internal team members about the status of image collection
  • Assure consistency and compliance with study/site protocol
  • Help establish image acquisition protocols on the FFDM, DBT, CT and MRI scanners, or suggest improvement strategies for those as necessary
  • Post-process, analyze the collected data using various software. Document and report the analysis results
  • Run custom scripts (Python, Matlab) as necessary to automate manual steps
  • Analyze the data based on research requirements (for example: find cases which have large motion artifacts; find cases that have a sagittal orientation)
  • Maintain external relationships with our clients, including interface with sites to obtain data and keep sites engaged

Skills and Experience:

  • Clear, effective and professional communication skills, written and verbal
  • Demonstrated ability to manage time and multiple projects
  • Ability to work quickly with meticulous attention to detail
  • Experience working with medical images desired (either in a clinical or research capacity)
  • Advanced computer skills (Microsoft Office, particularly Excel and Access including VBA/SQL; use of Python or Matlab a plus)
  • Knowledge of FDA regulatory requirements is required
  • Knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within clinical research
  • Experience managing a remote team
  • Ability to travel 10-15%

Minimum Work Experience:

  • Minimum 5-7 years of experience in clinical research or imaging related field or equivalent skills preferred.
  • Must has radiological imaging and software engineering experience.
  • Ability to develop database for archiving radiological images.

Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or Computer Science and equivalent medical imaging related work experience required.

Interested candidates can apply either through:

our online posting at:

or they can email a resume, cover letter and salary requirements to:

posted 2/15/18

Imaging Technician-The Getty Research Institute

This position is a 1 year, limited-term position reporting to the Lead Photographer of Digital Services. The Imaging Technician will work collaboratively toward the realization of the large-scale project to digitize significant portions of the Getty Research Institute's Frank Gehry Papers archival collection. The materials to be digitized  will include various film formats from 35mm to 8x10 and reflective material ranging from small photographs to oversized architectural drawings with the largest portion being 35mm slides. The Imaging Technician will perform digital imaging tasks in support of departmental workflows and job completion including: color correction, file preparation, fulfillment, and creation of digital media and QC of completed work. Position requires great attention to detail, comfort performing repetitive tasks, ability to perform high standard production level digital photography and meet daily production targets. The position also requires ability to keep accurate technical and workflow documentation, ability to work independently, excellent communication skills and success working on collaborative projects.

Major Job Responsibilities

  • Applies knowledge of digital photography to produce direct-capture digital images from film and reflective art
  • Prepares, organizes, names and tracks very large quantities of digital files
  • Performs general digital imaging tasks including high quality, high production image capture, color and density correction, file preparation, and staging for ingest into digital repositories


  • Bachelor’s degree in photography and/or equivalent experience
  • 2-5 years experience in digital photography services

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Intermediate knowledge of digital capture, digital media and image manipulation software
  • Intermediate knowledge of digital camera equipment, medium and large format cameras and Phase One digital backs
  • Intermediate knowledge of lighting equipment and light-modifying techniques
  • Highly collaborative and productive in a team and independent workflow environment
  • Ability to articulate ideas, ie clearly communicates creative concepts and technical processes
  • Intermediate knowledge of color theory and digital imaging practice, standards and workflows
  • Ability to problem-solve and adapt creatively to produce best possible images
  • Experience digitizing film and reflective material
  • Experience handling film and fragile archival collections
  • Ability to work in both Mac and Windows environments with proficiency in Excel
  • Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop and Bridge
  • Prior experience working in a museum or library preferred
  • Experience with Phase One camera systems and Capture One software preferred

We offer a first-class work environment and excellent benefits on your first day.

To apply, click on this link or apply online at our website EOE.

Posted 1/3/18