Mechanical / Material / Biomedical / Fluidics Engineer Intern
Zepto Life Technology, LLC.
Saint Paul, MN

About the position

Zepto Life Technology is devoted to improving people’s quality of life through the development of portable instruments and applications that benefit healthcare providers, patients, and their families by quickly diagnosing diseases. Using our leading-edge sensor technology and conventional assay knowledge, we provide advanced solutions to difficult issues facing the world today.

Zepto Life Technology is currently looking for a Mechanical Engineer / Material Engineer / Biomedical Engineer / Fluidics Engineer Intern to join our growing team.


  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  • Maintain compliance to Zepto’s QMS, FDA Design Control and other IVD regulatory standards as required.
  • Maintain compliance to Zepto's health
  • and safety procedures and policies.
  • Design, prototype and test functional microfluidic features with support from cartridge team.
  • Develop, document and execute test plans and analyze resulting data.
  • Generate 2D and 3D models using Solidworks.
  • Use prototyping techniques including laser cutting and 3D printing to make proof of concept parts and assembly.
  • Use prototyping techniques including laser cutting and 3D printing to make proof of concept parts and assembly.
  • Convert internal and external user requirements into engineering design specifications.
  • Provide engineering support for Cardiac reader system.
  • Interface with cross-functional project team to ensure design requirements are met and products meets quality standards.
  • Carry out root-cause analysis for failures.
  • Coordinate activities with outside supplies to ensure the delivery of supplies or services needed to meet scheduled timelines.
  • Perform other duties and projects as assigned.


  • Hands on experience and excellent working knowledge of mechanical structure and plastic prototyping.
  • Demonstrated ability to design, develop and execute testing.
  • Sufficient engineering and scientific knowledge to explain test results.
  • Ability to carry out engineering trouble-shooting based on scientific assumptions
  • Sufficient knowledge in engineering plastics, fluidic and microfluidics.
  • Ability to work independently with supervision.
  • excellent oral and written communication ability.
  • Demonstrated ability and willingness to "get it done"

Required Education

  • BSc in Mechanical Engineering, Material Engineering, Biomedical Engineering or equivalent

Job Type: Internship