Who we are and what we do
Cellbricks is a revolutionary biotech company, combining world-leading expertise in synthetic biology and 3D bioprinting. Leveraging our proprietary end-to-end bio-fabrication technology and our tissue engineering proficiency, we are replicating human tissue at scale so researchers and doctors can provide patients with better clinical treatments. We envision a future where bio-fabrication of organs and human tissue is common medical practice so humans can enjoy longer, healthier lives. Our rapidly growing, multi-disciplinary team consists of 20 biotech enthusiasts, scientists, PhDs, engineers, chemists and entrepreneurs from excellent universities and top companies from all over the world. Our labs and offices are located in Berlin, Europe's top city for start-ups.
As working student for software engineering in the Printer Technology Department, your main task will be the enhancement of our 3D Bioprinting Software. You will take responsibility for front-, backend and/or machine interface and shape the way of how scientists and customers are interacting with our core technology. You will work with the software development team, the head of technology and interface with our engineers and biotech experts to further develop our integrated way for precisely replicating tissue at scale. You will have an impact, shaping the company through your efforts, experience and industry expertise.
Are you ready to join us?
Please send us your application incl. CV, relevant references, a paragraph describing your personal motivation and, if applicable, additional informative documents by pressing the "Apply for this position button" below.We are looking forward to being in touch with you.
We are an equal-opportunity employer and value diversity. We consider all applications equally regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, or gender identity. Furthermore, we strongly encourage individuals from groups traditionally underrepresented in tech to apply.