Engineer I, Fabrication

Our Vaccine Client that is funded by the NIH, is growing and looking to add an Engineer I, Fabrication to their team (Cambridge, MA). They are focused on developing next generation vaccines and therapies based on their proprietary technology. This technology enables sustained intradermal delivery of vaccines and therapeutics to enhance efficacy and simplify administration. We are seeking a talented, collaborative, and highly motivated individual to join our core team of scientists and engineers. This is a unique opportunity to be part of an emerging early phase clinical company bringing innovative technology to the global market.

Responsibilities:
? Contribute to process development and quality control implementation for unique device fabrication methods used across multiple vaccine/therapeutic targets
? Develop and implement fixtures, tooling, and equipment to improve process throughput and consistency
? Thoroughly document experimental procedures and results. Contribute to writing standard operating procedures, scientific publications, intellectual property filings, and regulatory documentation as requested
? Analyze and interpret data and summarize results and conclusions in written reports and presentations

Requirements:
? BS or MS in Mechanical or Biomedical Engineering, or related discipline
? Proficiency with 3D CAD software (SolidWorks or similar) and working knowledge of diverse prototyping techniques including 3D printing
? Knowledge of programming for robotics and automation is a plus
? Experience working within a quality management system and/or in a regulated industry is a plus
? Willingness to learn new skills and techniques, solve challenging technical problems, and work across multiple functional areas as part of a multidisciplinary team