We are part of the Sartorius Stedim Biotech Group, a global provider of laboratory and pharmaceutical equipment.Based near Cambridge UK, we specialise in the design and manufacture of automated cell culture and fermentation systems.For over 20 years, our automated systems have been installed worldwide, supporting research activities in drug discovery and regenerative medicine, bioprocess development and biologics production.

Sartorius Stedim Biotech Royston, UK
21/11/2018
Full time
Responsible for the design, development, testing, documentation and maintenance of high quality software for new systems and enhancements to existing systems. To participate in the continuous improvement of the Software Group platforms, processes, tools and techniques. This role will involve both individual working as well as team working. In addition, dependent on experience, this role can include leading small teams and the general technical management of others. Key Job Accountabilities. Work within projects to: Realise system requirements into designs and software code. Ensure that the design and software code meets the functional and technical specifications and passes the acceptance test plans, within specified time, cost and quality requirements. Design, develop and undertake appropriate test plans. Develop and complete the required documentation. Participate in design and code reviews. Report progress against the plan. Participate in team and project meetings. Discuss requirements with stakeholders. Participate in the configuration, commissioning, roll-out, acceptance testing and support of new and existing systems, including enhancements and applications support. To participate fully in continuous improvement activities, and to pro-actively identify opportunities for improvement in the processes used. Taking responsibility, where designated, for designing and implementing the changes necessary.  As appropriate, Software Engineers will also be expected, from time to time, to undertake both Architectural Design work and/or to adopt the role of Software Lead on suitable projects.  To undertake all work in accordance with the appropriate Quality Standards and processes. Education/Qualifications/Special Training. Minimum BSc (Hons) 2:1 from established University, preferably Computer Science or Software Engineering. Experience. Industrial experience in software development within a quality-conscious environment.  Fluent in C# through professional use with Visual Studio development environment. Using version control, change control and code quality control processes. Using automated software build, release and test environments (e.g. TFS) Working in Agile teams using applied frameworks (e.g. SCRUM, DSDM, Lean, FDD, TDD). Working in environments where regular builds, unit tests and integration testing are the norm and able to contribute to these activities. Development of software systems including control over external automated components and peripheral equipment. Essential: C# with .Net Framework (recent/current version) Visual Studio (recent/current version) WPF and User Interface Design Experience with common patterns and techniques; DI, IOC, MVVM Agile framework; SCRUM, Lean TFS and GIT Clear verbal and written communications Team worker Self-motivated Understands the commercial realities of software development and works flexibly to meet deadlines Good time management Desirable: Experience with JavaScript/Java development for web applications  Relational and/or NoSQL database modelling and development experience Development experience of application software for controlling peripherals and robotics Task estimating and scheduling Creative Good planning skills Capable of grasping the “big picture” at the same time as holding onto detail
Sartorius Stedim Biotech Royston, UK
21/11/2018
Full time
Sartorius develop automated laboratory systems which integrate novel hardware and software solutions with electronics, sensor technology and single use consumables to provide easy-to-use platforms for development scientists within the modern life sciences industry. Sartorius is looking for a capable Data Scientist to contribute to development projects and shape how we process and analyse multivariate data.  Key job accountabilities will include: Formatting data (and automating the formatting of data) from a broad range of sources for analysis. Working with multi-discipline engineering teams to analyse experimental data, present conclusions and shape the development of software and hardware systems. Working with software development teams to encode data formatting and data analysis algorithms into finished products. Multivariate Data Analysis – likely with SIMCA. Evaluation of spectroscopy data. Assisting with troubleshooting customer issues relating software data processing. This role will be based in Royston, Cambridge UK supporting the development teams located there but may require occasional travel to customers and other development groups within the worldwide Sartorius organisation. Qualifications PhD/ EngD, MSc, or Degree level qualification plus equivalent experience in relevant field of study, e.g. Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Biochemical Engineering, Mathematics.  Experience: General Programming skills and data manipulation (e.g. Python, C#, C++) Mathematical statistical scripting (e.g. R or Matlab) Multivariate Data Analysis (e.g. SIMCA, PLS Toolbox, Unscrambler) Mathematical / Statistical data evaluation methods and algorithms Spectroscopy data evaluation (ideally Raman and NIR) Key job skills Essential: Rapid software prototyping / scripting. Multivariate data analysis. Mathematical / Statistical data evaluation. Desirable: Spectroscopy data evaluation. Cell culture experience. Engineering Product Development Lifecycle. Software Development Process. Experimental design, including Design Of Experiments approaches.