Development Engineer Cartridge Fluidics (Home Office possible)

Posted 12 Mardi juillet
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Type d'offre Temporaire
secteurScienceLife Sciences

Job description

The world market leader in In vitro-Diagnostics in Rotkreuz (ZG), Roche Diagnostics, is looking for an experienced Engineer/ Life Science Expert with profound working knowledge in Microfluidics and experience in defining targeted Test Strategies for Fluidic Performance Characterization (PhD related experience or technical training is equivalent to job related experience)

Development Engineer for Cartridge Fluidics (Home Office possible)
Roche Diagnostics is providing Point-of-Care BGE systems for the measurement of blood gases, electrolytes and metabolites in human blood samples. In our R&D department "BGE Sensors Reagents & Processes", we develop novel sensor cartridge designs, including the fluidic pathways of the samples and system fluids in the cassette. We offer a challenging position in a multidisciplinary field and the opportunity to take part in shaping the future of Roche Diagnostic Systems. The perfect candidate has a master or PhD degree in an engineering or life science related discipline and 3-5 years of experience with microfluidic components.
Your tasks

  • Work in an interdisciplinary team of development engineers to design a novel sensor cartridge for BGE systems
  • Defining the test strategy in alignment with the development team and improving the test methods
  • Characterization of sensor cassettes by both exploratory and protocol-based testing, mainly for the (micro-) fluidic behavior
  • Assessment of the test observations, especially with respect to fluidic performance, to improve the test methods and the sensor cartridge design
  • Planning, execution, and reporting of the experimental studies for the sensor cassettes
  • Composition, adaptation, improvement, and maintenance of the respective test equipment

Your qualifications

  • PhD or MSc in Life sciences or Engineering (ideally related to Microfluidics)
  • 3-5 years of work experience with microfluidic components, strong background in microfluidics (technical training, PhD related and/or job experience)
  • Experience in defining targeted test strategies and test planning for fluidic performance characterization, understand testing as a key factor for successful development
  • Experience with hands-on component analysis and functional testing including improvement and maintenance of the according test equipment
  • Ability to understand requirements from various disciplines like mechanical construction, material science, and the application of the sensor cartridge, and ability to relate them to the daily work
  • Experience in a GMP regulated environment is not necessary but a plus.
  • Experience python or statistical data analysis is an asset
  • Fluency in English/ German advantageous

Your application
Please apply online. For further information about the position, please contact your Kelly consultant, Mr. Andreas Danner, Dr. med. Dipl.-Biol. (+41 44 225 41 07/ +41 76 310 760 9).

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