As the fluidics engineer you are part of the product development team of our single cell analysis z-Movi instrument. Our technology is the only instrument that can measure and sort immune cells based upon their binding strength to their target (such as tumor cells). As the fluidics engineer you are responsible for all (micro)-fluidics related engineering aspects ranging from designing and lab-on-a-chip microfluidics to testing the complete z-Movi fluidics workflow.
Dynamic Start-up Environment
We are a fast-growing spin-off with an informal culture, a lot of different nationalities and a strong focus on customer service and personal growth. You will get the freedom and responsibility in structuring and leading your own work and the opportunity to be involved in diverse projects.
Become part of a young and high-energy team of 50+ bright minds who are building new and truly game-changing high-tech products. Interested in how our instruments contribute to research? Check out various publications using our technology.
Perks & Benefits
LUMICKS provides competitive compensation and many opportunities to grow. We’ve got great coffee, great lunch, an awesome ping pong table and a vintage Gamecube.
Whether you are looking to engage with fundamental science or with a company that makes an impact on society & healthcare, LUMICKS offers both. Our vision is to provide tools that enable life scientists to make groundbreaking discoveries in research and in drug development.
We are looking for an outstanding individual to join our performance development team with a background in microfluidics engineering for cell analysis
applications (e.g. engineering for flow cytometry, cell counting/sorters):
- Bsc/Msc in mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, physics or a similar field
- Minimum for 3 years relevant designing experience with microfluidics cell analysis tools, preferably in industry
- Problem solver
- Focus on reproducibility and reliability
- Design and test the complete fluidics workflow for our single-cell analysis instrument. This workflow includes cell culturing in a small volume, sample loading
and cell sorting in a microfluidics device
- Deep understanding of our workflow and critical design steps to work with living cells
- Works within the product development team and collaborates closely with application scientists and developers