Engineering Project Lead

Job Location
27 Drydock Ave
Boston, MA 02210
Job Description
  • The engineering project lead will take a leadership role in managing a cross functional team in the development and transfer to manufacturing of novel cell sorting systems.  The position involves complex system design, handling product functional specifications & execution of verification & validation protocols.  This role will require leading the team in the development, maintenance and communication of detailed plans for managing both project scope and day to day activities. 



Educational Background:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in an engineering discipline; Master’s Degree a plus. Other Degrees associated with a significant experience and a record of accomplishment in design and transfer to manufacturing will be considered.


  • 10+ years in designing complex systems involving mechanics, optics and electronics

  • 5+ years in a leadership role managing cross functional teams (mechanical, electrical, systems and software) to finalize product design

  • Optical systems design, assembly and alignment

  • Track record of transferring product to manufacturing is a must

  • Lean manufacturing

  • Design for manufacturing

  • PDM/PLM tools

  • Handling product functional specifications as well as execution of verification and validation protocols

  • Leading project teams in the development and maintenance of detailed plans for managing both project scope and day to day activities

  • Ability to coordinate the activities of cross functional groups

  • Communicating milestone schedules as appropriate and reporting on project status at business review meetings

  • Managing projects through the Strategy to Market Process

Other Requirements:

  • Excellent project management, analytical, problem solving and organizational skills

  • Experience with fluidic delivery systems highly desirable

How to Apply

Please visit the Cytonome website to apply:


About Our Organization

Cytonome was founded on the premise of providing advanced solutions for cell purification.  By developing new technologies and creating unique platform designs, Cytonome enables clinical, academic and industrial customers to improve their research and production processes. Building upon a strong intellectual property portfolio, Cytonome consistently targets application-specific cell purification platforms that are based on novel means of selecting and sorting cells.

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