We are seeking a talented and curious engineer to join our SPecialized Research in Chaotic Systems (SPaRCS) team within our Small Molecule Therapeutics and Platform Technologies (SMTPT) organization. This individual will work with scientists and engineers across R&D to create software that controls custom laboratory automation instruments that deliver significant productivity improvements to AbbVie laboratories. The successful candidate will utilize their thirst for knowledge and their experience to write easy-to-use, graphical software for a wide variety of life science laboratories.
· Design, develop and maintain software for controlling complex, custom, robotic and/or electromechanical automated instruments and systems.
· Blend information from client scientific laboratories with engineering team needs to determine functional specifications.
· Understand and interpret source code written in multiple computer languages as documentation necessary to support, maintain, and enhance existing systems.
· Negotiate and collaborate with instrument vendors to secure access to programming interfaces that enable integration of commercial instruments with customized components.
· Contribute to general instrument electrical, software, and mechanical engineering design decisions and problem solving.
· BS or MS in mechanical, electrical, or other engineering 5+(BS) or 3+(MS) years of experience, Scientist II
· Hands-on research experience in developing software for control of complex electromechanical and/or robotic fluid-handling systems
· Experience in data science, database design, image processing, and machine learning a plus
· Multidisciplinary understanding of how to solve engineering problems.
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