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We are looking for an ambitious and quality minded in-vivo laboratory electronics or mechatronics engineer/scientist to facilitate our in-vivo laboratory work by ensuring we have well-functioning state-of-the-art hardware and software platforms available in our neuroscience labs in Copenhagen.

The position roles

  • Oversight of technical apparatus across the in vivo research organization including on-site service and support logs.
  • On-site electronic and basic programming work in lab area (support, service, maintenance, etc.).
  • Daily collaboration with bench technicians and scientists to ensure hardware and software are well-functioning.
  • Maintain close collaboration with management, data science corporate IT stakeholders.
  • Project management and contact with internal Lundbeck services and external vendors, understanding and writing user requirements (adapted to Lundbeck standards).
  • Technical contact with vendors of research instrumentation including evaluation of commercially available test models.
  • Building strong international network within state-of-the-art, in-vivo lab hardware and software platforms.

The position will be based in Neuroscience, within the Pathology, Circuit and Symptoms area, where the overall focus will be development of in-vivo model and assays relevant to discover novel treatments for brain diseases.

Our preferred candidate has the following professional and personal qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in electronic or mechanical engineering or similar knowledge.
  • +4 years hands-on working experience and proven track record in an in-vivo research environment working with technical hardware/software apparatus including knowhow on behavioral and electrophysiology equipment.
  • Basic theoretical understanding and practical knowhow of electronics and mechanics including soldering, repair, etc.
  • Basic theoretical understanding and experience with sensor technology (video, sound, pressure, electrodes). This include experience with DAQ systems used within research.
  • General IT skills (Microsoft Office etc.).
  • Special IT knowledge around network and infrastructure.
  • Strong skills in project planning and documentation.
  • Strong organizational and collaborative skills including a strong sense of quality and good practice.
  • Strong communicator in English, written and oral.
  • Strong knowledge of data science and signal processing is an advantage.

We offer
The opportunity to join a team of highly qualified and experienced colleagues that are on a quest of making new innovative medicines in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Neuroscience organization performs biological research at Lundbeck and is focused on generating the necessary pre-clinical data and knowledge for advancing drug discovery and development projects. We share a workplace with an open, science-driven, “just do it” collegial and collaborative atmosphere. We focus on teamwork and individual professional development and you will be part of a global and specialized pharmaceutical company with approximately 5,000 employees specialized in CNS disorders.

Your application
For further information, please contact Senior Director Jesper Frank Bastlund on or by phone +45 30833054.

Applications must be received no later than July 5th, 2021. Your application and CV should not be sent via email. We will evaluate the candidates on a continuously basis.

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