The Position In a global, cross-functional environment, the System Development (SD) department is responsible for workflow optimization and successfully integrating hardware, software, consumables, and reagents to finally perform the system verification of diagnostics instruments. As a Development Engineer, you will work as a part of a cross-functional team on the development of launched complex diagnostics systems, typically fluidics, robotics software, thermal, electrical, mechanical, and biochemical elements. Perform hands-on testing, including evaluations of system error handling, reliability improvements, and system performance. This position requires to be immediately available. In this position, you will be responsible for the following areas: Plan and execute the work packages within the area of responsibility, including reporting and escalating issues to management. Subject matter expert for an assigned area of responsibility. Provide guidance and support to others. Flexibility to transfer knowledge to different tasks/subprojects within SI. Generate required documentation/procedures/technical reports in support of daily activities and be able to author official documents in English (e.g., Design history Files) for the preparation of milestones. Prepare and deliver presentations of project results to own or other groups. Experimental design and execution of the experiments in the lab. Creation of Test Cases based on Product Requirements. Execution of Test Cases, analysis of the results, and creation of the respective regulatory documents. Issue tracking and verification of bug fixes/Anomalies. Troubleshoot, debug, and upgrade existing systems. Document and maintain software functionality. Coordinate efforts with other functional areas to accomplish tasks: hardware, Software-, Consumables-and Assay-Development. Who you are You are someone who wants to influence your development. You are looking for a company where you have the opportunity to pursue your interests across functions and geographies. A job title is not considered the final definition of who you are, but the starting point. The ideal candidate for our dynamic, international team will have the following skills and experience: Degree in a relevant engineering, informatics, or life sciences discipline (e.g., Biotechnology, Electronic/Automation, Bio- and Process-Engineering) or corresponding job experience. Interest in the resolution of technical problems and interdisciplinary teamwork (labor, software, automation). Experience and willingness to work in a highly regulated industry and labs with biosafety levels S1 and S2. Familiarity with or strong interest in software and engineering applications and tools such as programming (e.g., VBA), statistical simulation, and analysis (e.g., JMP). Enthusiastic team player with good communication and collaboration skills. Solution oriented, autonomous and proactive working style. Proven experience in supporting HW and SW as well as experience in laboratory diagnostics and/or service & support are additional assets. Working knowledge English (written and spoken), German a strong asset This employer is a corporate member of myGwork - LGBTQ+ professionals, the business community for LGBTQ+ professionals, students, inclusive employers & anyone who believes in workplace equality.