Symphysis Medical


As a growing organisation, SymPhysis Medical is always looking for smart, dynamic people to join its hardworking, fun loving team that keeps patient care at the core of its work.


Current Vacancy: R&D/Process Development Engineer

The opportunity

SymPhysis Medical are looking for an R&D/Process Development Engineer who will thrive in a multidisciplinary start-up environment. Your curiosity and work ethic sets you apart and you are genuinely motivated by the positive influence your work will have on the quality of life of our customers.

As an R&D/Process Development Engineer reporting to the R&D Project Lead, you will get the opportunity to apply your engineering knowledge in areas such as design, test method development and validation, CAD and design controls during this exciting time at the company, as we bring our products to market.

What experience do you need?

  • Minimum of 3 years post qualification experience within a medical device R&D environment
  • Demonstrated design and development skills with prototyping flair
  • Demonstrated experience in test method development and the DV&V process
  • Electronics experience & experience with fluids in medical devices advantageous
  • Experience with analysis of data and developing detailed reports documenting results, conclusions and recommendations.

Competitive salary, flexible working hours, based in a new, state of the art innovation hub.

If you’re ready to accelerate your career by joining  a start-up  at the forefront of innovation & industrial research in the respiratory area specialising in palliative care we’d love to hear from you.

Our vision & goal
Our vision is to ‘Make Every Day Count’ for people requiring palliative care and to build a scalable Irish business focusing on providing unrivalled patient independence. With our core clinical ties in Ireland we are also working with some of the top cancer centres in the US. Our global ambition is to expand into multiple therapeutic areas where we can apply our technology to improve patients’ quality of life, reduce hospital costs and help enable patient independence.

By working closely with our clinical, academic and manufacturing partners in the coming years we will be completing design freeze, pre-clinical and clinical trials, human factors studies, DV&V and FDA regulatory submission with the target of launching in the US market in 2023 following with Europe shortly after.

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Supported By

Enterprise Ireland
Translational Medical Device Lab