Senior R&D Engineer
- Dublin, Ireland
Building on 30 years of experience in transfusion diagnostics, Quotient is a commercial-stage diagnostics company committed to delivering solutions that reshape the way diagnostics is practiced. MosaiQ™, Quotient’s proprietary multiplex microarray technology, offers the world’s first fully automated, consolidated testing platform, allowing for multiple tests across different modalities.
MosaiQ™ is designed to be a game-changing solution, which Quotient believes will increase efficiencies, improve clinical practice, deliver significant workflow improvements and operational cost savings to laboratories around the world. Quotient’s operations are based in Switzerland, Scotland and USA.
Quotient are recruiting for a Senior R&D Engineer to join the MosaiQTM Instrument Development team based in Dublin. This role entails the development, design and delivery of engineering and scientific technical solutions to enable the continued development and commercialisation of Quotient products. Furthermore, the role works alongside all other functions with the MosaiQ™ project as required, acting as a key contributor to technology development for the MosaiQ™ Platform.
The main responsibilities will include:
- Developing design input requirements for image analysis measurement principles
- Developing design output requirements for instrument measurement principles
- Develop infrastructure to support MosaiQ system performance characterization
- Supporting system engineering characterisation, verification and validation activities.
- Engineering or Science degree or related discipline
- Minimum 5-10 years’ experience in regulated environment. Also experience within a R&D development environment with knowledge of Design control processes.
- Experience working within a regulated environment with specific knowledge of ISO 13485, FDA 820 / current Good Manufacturing Practice
- First-hand experience of audits by regulatory authorities
- Competitive salary & benefits package
- Flexibility to travel required, primarily in Europe. Travel requirements will vary but typically will be 20% of the time. Due to the nature of the role, some travel is at short notice.