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Mechanical Engineer
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Industry

Life Science

Category

Engineering

Experience

Experienced

Location: Stockholm

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Contact Person
Patrik Johansson

Job Description

We are looking for a mechanical engineer to join our development team and work with the design and implementation of our 3D DNA sequencer. You will work in a truly multidisciplinary environment where chemistry, mechanics, electronics, pneumatics, fluidics, optics, and software meet.

You will handle parts design and manufacturing, both working with external suppliers and prototyping in-house.

Within our small organization you have the opportunity to work with many aspects of product development, and we are expecting you to be self-sufficient and handle multiple ongoing projects.

Responsibilities

  • Custom part design
  • Design for assembly
  • Prototype sourcing of custom parts
  • Sourcing and integration oterf standard parts
  • Structure, organize and develop our way of working
  • 3D printing
Skills & Requirements

You have:

  • Degree in mechanical engineering
  • Industry experience
  • Experience working with fine mechanics
  • Experience with Solid Works or similar 3D CAD tool
  • Experience of assembly

Bonus points if you have:

  • Experience in simulations
  • Experience in Medtech
  • Experience in 3D printing
  • Experience in PLM
About the company

Based in Stockholm, Sweden, Single Technologies is a startup on a mission to take DNA sequencing to the next level. As a young company, we are very ambitious and creative, and we take on new challenges every day.

We are a small team with a big goal in mind, which means that every team member gets to have an enormous and personal impact on our product. Through Single Technologies you will have the opportunity to leave your fingerprint on one of the world's most innovative products.

Our main product is a next generation DNA sequencer using a single photon sensitive camera and the world’s fastest confocal scanner to massively increase the throughput of genomics data.

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