Systems Integration Engineer


Cellular Origins  

Cell therapies have been shown to cure devastating diseases like cancer by reprogramming a patient’s own immune system, offering hope where there was none before. Giving more patients access to these life-saving therapies requires a revolution in manufacturing and process automation.  

Cellular Origins, a TTP company, is leading this revolution. Our proprietary technology tackles the challenges of large-scale production with an elegant robotic automation system that cuts costs, reduces labor, eliminates human error, and boosts efficiency.  

We’re looking for a Systems Integration Engineers to play a crucial role in advancing our mission.  

Systems Integration Engineer 

As a Systems Integration Engineer, you’ll be at the heart of product delivery, playing a pivotal role in the development of our robotic automated manufacturing system for cell therapy manufacturing.  You’ll be responsible for bringing together hardware and software subsystems to enable the seamless integration of the Constellation system at every stage of the development process. 

This is an opportunity to work closely with the multi-disciplinary product team to shape the development of our technology.  You’ll be involved with electro-mechanical device assembly, hands-on testing and experimental work on the product to ensure compatibility between the different sub-systems within Constellation. You’ll be steering product and process improvements towards delivering a reliable and robust system and playing a coordinating role in the transfer from product development to product verification activities.  

You’ll join a fast-growing, interdisciplinary, team with a passion for solving a worthwhile problem. This is somewhere to really make your mark, working in a technically challenging and impact-driven venture, with bright and committed peers, to define the future of cell therapy manufacturing.  


  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Engineering, Physics or a related discipline with industry experience 
  • Proven experience of integrating and troubleshooting complex electromechanical systems, preferably within a product development environment 
  • Robust technical analysis and technical documentation skills including generating experiment protocols, processing results and reporting findings  
  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills, with the ability to work effective in interdisciplinary teams and fast-paced environments 
  • Highly proficient in Python, including source control 
  • Familiarity with appropriate software tools for developing test scripts, processing log files and database contents 
  • Familiarity with industrial, networked communication protocols, along with robotic prototyping software such as ROS1 or 2 would be an advantage but not essential 

The above list outlines our ideal candidate, but we know some of you may not apply unless you qualify for all requirements. We believe in the power and importance of diversity, both for our community and the success of our business, so please apply if you meet most of our listed capabilities.   


Cellular Origins is part of TTP Group, an employee-owned business. It is based on the TTP Campus, within purpose-built sustainable offices, labs and green surroundings, 10 miles south of Cambridge.  TTP Group takes a long-term approach to investment and has been at the forefront of bioprocess automation for over 20 years.  Our working culture encourages entrepreneurship, shared ideas and collaboration, while providing you the freedom to do your best work.  

Our employee benefits include: 

  • Annual profit-related bonus 
  • 25 days holiday 
  • Employer pension contribution of 12% of pensionable pay 
  • Free lunch and all-day refreshments 
  • Private medical insurance for employees and dependants 
  • Enhanced family friendly leave 
  • Life insurance worth 6x salary 
  • Electric car leasing scheme 
  • Cycle to work scheme 
  • Season ticket loan 
  • An activities and community fund that supports healthy activities that bring colleagues together; whether it’s lunchtime squash or football, Zumba or our own rock band. Colleagues initiate new clubs and outings whenever they feel there’s something missing! 
  • Local sports facilities and theatre discounts and memberships.  

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