Stilla Technologies

Stilla Technologies

Instrument Development Engineer (H/F) - CDI

  • CDI 
  • Villejuif

Le poste

Instrument Development Engineer (H/F) - CDI

  • CDI 
  • Villejuif

About

Stilla Technologies is a Life sciences company whose mission is to improve health by offering researchers and clinicians worldwide solutions for high precision genetic analysis.

Since 2016, Stilla Technologies has empowered researchers with the naica® system, a solution that enables to detect & quantify nucleic acid with unprecedented precision.

The naica® system supports a wide range of genetic tests and molecular biology assays — including liquid biopsy tests for cancer diagnostics, viral load quantification, GMO detection, etc… Overall, the naica® system superior performances make it a preferred technology for precision medicine research and therapeutic monitoring.

Stilla® advises and supports its customers worldwide with a multidisciplinary team, whose expertise spans from microfluidics and chemistry to molecular biology and computer science. Stilla’s talented and multidisciplinary team shares a passion for building successful Life Science and Diagnostic products based on deep technological innovations.

Job description

Stilla is hiring an Instrument Development Engineer, whose main mission will be to develop hardware modules of Stilla’s new instruments.

Our ideal candidate:
• Has one or more successful experiences taking part in the hardware development of an In-Vitro Diagnostic instrument
• Has an Engineering degree in Mechanics, Electronics or Embedded Software.
• Has a good knowledge of quality & regulatory standards in the field, ex. ISO 13485,
IVDD/ IVDR, EN61010-1, MDSAP.
• Has a proven track record in coordinating external partners
• Likes to interact with multi-disciplinary teams
• Must speak French and English fluently

Missions for the Instrument Development Engineer

The Instrument Development Engineer leads the development of one or several STILLA instruments modules, including hardware and firmware.
He/she is responsible for developing the module(s) in accordance with instrument specifications, as well as quality, timeline, and budget constraints of the development.

  1. Manage the development of instrument modules
    • Plan in detail the module development, track progresses and ensures quality, delays and development costs constraints are respected
    • Coordinate and follow-up a team of technician and engineer (software, mechanics, …)

  2. Develop the instrument module(s)
    • Participate in instrument functional analysis and architecture
    • Participate in instrument and module risk & failure mode analysis
    • Perform or outsource feasibility studies
    • Write module(s) technical specifications
    • Design or outsource module(s) components: mechanical parts, PCB, firmware
    • Monitor the outsourced development and report the progress
    • Build and setup modules prototypes
    • Test or oversee the test of the prototypes
    • Participate to the integration of the module(s) in the instrument
    • Create and maintain documentation compliant to ISO 13485

  3. Transfer to Production and Product Life Management
    • Transfer technical knowledge to the Operations team
    • Support Operations team in solving non-conformities and participate in CAPA teams
    • Ensure continuous product improvement based on customer feedback, and document change management on the instruments

Preferred experience

Why join us?
• Join a young and dynamic Life Science company growing at a 3-digit pace!
• Work with a team who shares a passion for building successful Life Science Products based on deep technological innovations.

Location:
Main office: Roanne (Loire)
Frequent travels to Stilla Villejuif, Occasional travels in France and worldwide

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