The Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering, a non-profit organization focusing on neurotechnology development for human applications, is seeking a professional Lab Engineer to join their international team of scientists, clinicians and engineers. 

 

Description du poste

Job Description

Bringing a comprehensive background in microengineering, the individual will work both independently and collaboratively in a team to design and develop advanced implantable neurosensing and neuromodulation devices that collect real-time neural signals, transmit multichannel recordings and provide closed loop control signals for a range of human applications. The Lab Engineer will work in the Advanced Technology team dedicated to developing key components for future generations of neurotechnology devices.

In his/her position the Lab Engineer will:

  • Design, build and assemble prototypes of medical devices, containing biocompatible materials, adhesives and silicones
  • Assemble demonstrators and bench test setups with mechanical and electronic components
  • Deliver comprehensive and detailed documentation of the assembled prototypes in compliance with specifications and traceability requirements
  • Run test protocols to verify safety and mechanical performance of the devices and prototypes, in collaboration with mechanical and R&D engineers
  • Test new concepts with accelerated aging equipment, according to established protocols
  • Complete test reports for traceability and reproducibility of testing activities
  • Cooperate with electrical and software engineers to build tools and motorized/ automated setups 
  • Work with suppliers and sub-contractors to control and follow purchasing activities

The candidate should be flexible and open to providing innovative technical solutions for multiple neurotechnology applications in a cutting edge, multidisciplinary project-based environment. The candidate must also be able to work independently to identify innovative approaches to mechanical design solutions suitable for active implantable medical devices.

Contact
To apply, please send your CV and a covering letter to administration@wysscenter.ch before July 31st, 2019. 
  • administration@wysscenter.ch

Profil requis

Required competence and experience:

  • BS in Microtechnology Engineering (Swiss HES equivalent) with at least 3 years work experience in an industrial setting (medtech is a plus)
  • Detailed understanding of micromechanical systems (biocompatible materials is a plus)
  • Demonstrated skills in the areas required to perform this job: 
  1. Micromechanical assembling
  2. CAD drawing (Solidworks)
  3. Functional analysis and performance testing
  • Ability to write reports and documentation to comply with standards and guidelines of the medical device industry
  • Specialization in one or more of the following areas: 
  1. Building demonstrators of medical devices
  2. Accelerated aging tests
  3. Instrumentation and testing
  4. Functional analysis
  • Good knowledge of suppliers and sub-contractors
  • Strong hands-on skills (experience with machine shop tools is a plus)
  • Good autonomy and initiative level
  • Fast learner, enthusiastic, curious
  • Logical, creative and innovative thinker
  • Team oriented
  • Good communication and presentation skills
  • Fluent in English, French a plus
  • Additional skills include:
  • Experience in active implants, or strong interest in gaining a basic understanding of this field
  • Experience in working in a tightly regulated industry (e.g. medical devices)
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