Designer, Technologist, Engineer of Coffee
When you next make your coffee, whether at home or at the office, you may just be using the latest technology developed by Craig and his team that will ensure your coffee is perfect, whether brewed in Melbourne or Marseille. “Our most recent coffee challenge saw us improve quality, improve performance and significantly reduce product cost and environmental waste. It was thrilling to share this with our client.”
Designer, Usability Engineer, Musician
Multifaceted Max, musician, songwriter, band manager, creative artist, designer and engineer at Invetech. “My recent usability activities on a large instrument program have been particularly rewarding as I know my contribution will enable the end user to have the best possible operating experience whilst removing the potential for user-error.”
Designer, Innovator, Caricaturist
Our go-to man for creative thinking from breakthrough innovation to staff caricatures. “I love the challenge of idea generation and innovation workshops. And I strongly believe artistically rich visual communication is key to effective problem solving.”
Scientist, Laboratory Specialist, Photographer
Not content with his busy role in the laboratories of Invetech, Ali spends his Saturdays working for a pathology laboratory. “It’s something I’m just passionate about. I get to experience new, automated systems and keep my skills fresh in terms of being an active lab user.”
Program Manager, Team Facilitator, Bird Watcher, Nature Enthusiast
Marjorie has over 15 years of experience in product development in the life science and medical device industries. She has successfully transferred multiple instrument systems into production (including three novel technology platforms) and has served as program team leader/member for multiple Point of Care development programs. “My passion is seeing really good ideas turned into a delivered product that has the ability to change people’s lives.”
Electrical Engineer, Quality Development, Soccer Player
What better environment than the Japanese automotive industry to learn and master Quality Policy and Deployment. Paul’s years in Japan with Toyota have delivered a kind of cultural revolution to the project teams at Invetech. In discussing his motivations, “Contributing to humanity through developing instruments that help save lives” is high on his list.
Mechatronics Engineer, Field Hockey Player
Ashleigh plays a leading role in the development of our clients’ cell therapy technology. “For me, there is no greater driving force than knowing that the work we are doing will save lives, will help cure cancer.”
Manufacturing Engineer, Jet Engine Designer, Automotive Restorer
Coming to Invetech by way of Rolls Royce aviation where he designed jet engines, Richard is passionate about manufacturing high-technology products.
“I get great satisfaction in knowing every single product we deliver is going to a customer somewhere around the world to be used to improve or save lives!”
Biochemist, Software Tester
Inge’s experience in diagnostics instruments has come full circle. Originally a biochemist developing ELISA and amplification tests, she transitioned to specialist software testing at both the application and instrument control level. “I feel my deep understanding of the instrument chemistry and function is so critical in ensuring reliability, and usability.”
Engineer, Pixel Artist, Upcycler
A key team member on many cell therapy automation projects, Andrew comments “I think about the birthday cakes that wouldn't have been if not for technology we’re developing.” Apart from saving lives, Andrew sets the standard in saving the environment, from making tables out of old packing crates to creating decorative made from hard-rubbish and garage sales finds, and beyond.
Software Engineer, Educator, Singer
From managing the transition of a POC hematology instrument from development to manufacture, to mentoring female high school students on clean energy projects, Lauren’s driving passion is improving lives. “I’m passionate about improving people’s lives, through education, through better health outcomes.”
Electronics Engineer, Author, Antiques Collector
Among many projects, Ian has been the leading light of our RoHS offering–a role that calls for extraordinary attention to detail. Naturally, this trait is evident in Ian’s private pursuits including spending 10 years writing a definitive text on the history of Roman coinage, in his spare time.
“One of my more memorable projects was developing a molecular diagnostic platform for detecting tuberculosis in 3rd world countries. From a technical perspective, it was challenging integrating so much technology into a compact instrument including sample preparation, ultrasonics, rapid PCR, electrophoresis, optics and microfluidics. How we whooped with delight when a perfect electropherogram first appeared on the screen!”