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Junior Engineer
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Medical Devices & Supplies




Entry level

Applications are considered on a rolling basis

Location: Stockholm

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Hiring Manager
Elin Mignérus

Job Description

We are looking for someone who is passionate about technology development, and would excel in a role where responsibility and the opportunity to impact the company’s success is in focus. As we are a small team, every role is integrated in the entire business and covers several areas; collaboration skills and interest in learning are essential for the team to run with high quality and effectiveness.

In this position, you will be in the center of our R&D work, and your work will have a direct impact on the company’s performance. You will have a dynamic role, working both in the office and hands-on in the lab.

Tasks include:

• Product development, including documentation of progress and findings (according to our QMS)

• Design of electronic circuits, both internal projects and customer projects

• Prototyping and R&D work in the lab

• Medical device basic testing (e.g. electrical)

• Supplier and customer contacts

We are looking for someone who is recently graduated or has a few years’ experience, and who is

ready to grow in the role as it develops. The position is located at our facilities in Kista.

Skills & Requirements

Basic qualifications

BSc in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, material science, or related field

Knowledge of CAD

Fluency in English

Preferred qualifications

MSc preferred with technology focus

Knowledge of medical device development process and ISO13485

Knowledge of testing/validation of devices

Knowledge in electrical engineering and electronics design

About the company

CathPrint AB is a company in the Life Science industry that commercializes CathPrint™ - a novel and cost-effective method of producing advanced catheters.

CathPrint offers CathPrint™, a catheter design and manufacturing technology that will rationalize existing catheters or realize challenging product concepts into marketable products, thus enabling significant cost savings, improved performance and increased profitability. The technology to produce flexible printed circuit boards - flexible PCBs – has been around for a long time. This proven technology is the basis for CathPrint’s new innovative process for catheter manufacturing, CathPrint ™. Instead of today's small-scale handmade manufacturing, all the wires, electrodes and contacts are put together in one semi-automatic operation.

CathPrint works closely with customers to design and produce catheters and endoscopes and is currently establishing production for these customers at its premises.

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