Careers

Stemnovate aims to commercialize platforms that reduce the cost of drug discovery for the pharmaceutical industry and ensure safety for the patients.

Careers

Stemnovate aims to commercialize platforms that reduce the cost of drug discovery for the pharmaceutical industry and ensure safety for the patients.

Join Us!

Pharmaceutical companies need timely and actionable insights from their drug discovery data to enter clinical trials. Medical practitioners need to ensure patient safety from adverse drug reactions. However, they are often constrained by the technology that has huge reliability on animal testing. Thereby wasting effort and opportunities while increasing risk of failure at the clinical trials or post-marketing.

 

Stemnovate compliant platforms are integrating somatic stem cell models ‘on a chip’ as the novel bioengineered solution for drug-screening and safety-testing.

 

If you’re looking for a rewarding career with an organisation that’s passionate about reshaping drug discovery landscape, we want to hear from you.

What’s your passion? Check out all our openings below:

Product Engineer (RSSL-004)

Stemnovate aims to commercialise platforms that reduce the cost of drug discovery for the pharmaceutical industry and ensure safety for the patients. 

At our R&D site in Babraham Research Campus, Cambridge we currently have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Product Engineer to work on exciting projects and in return you will have a rewarding career.

About the Job:

The role of Product Engineer is to work at the interface of tissue engineering, micro-fabrication and MEMS and collaborate with cell production team for ‘organ on a chip’ product development. The role is initially for one year to work on ‘Liver on a chip’ project for in vitro drug testing. This project aims to exploit the innovative way to locally manipulate physical attributes of materials to facilitate micro-physiological studies.

How to Apply:

Send your CV with Cover letter to careers@stemnovate.co.uk. Candidates should be eligible to work in the UK.

Essential Job Duties:

  • Design and test novel microfluidic devices and integrate with fluid input and output channels.
  • Undertake scientific research in the development of these devices by designing, building and performing experiments under general supervision.
  • Act as single point of contact to collaborate with external partners in design and integration.
  • Ability to work in interdisciplinary research teams.
  • Make independent decisions on routine issues and recommend scientific solutions to specific problems whilst collaborating with the project partners.

Education / Qualifications:

  • A Masters or PhD degree in mechanical engineering or electronic engineering or chemical engineering.
  • Experience in experimental design and device construction/design.
  • Experience with CAD drawing packages.
  • Knowledge of microfluidic techniques and technologies
  • Experience in Computer programming and modelling of fluid dynamics.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills.