Volta Labs is developing automation on a chip for complex workflows in Synthetic Biology with precision digital fluidic technology manufactured with solid state electronics. The vision is to bring the precision, complexity and scalability of digital electronics to biology in preparation for the next-generation of biological foundries and pharmaceuticals. 

You can read about our past work on MIT News

We are located at Central Square in Cambridge, MA. If you are excited about automation on a chip to enable the next-generation of biological processes, feel free to reach out to learn more.  


Cambridge, MA. R&D Full-time.

Volta Labs is looking for an electrical engineer willing to work in a fast-paced startup environment. The ability to work in a cross-disciplinary team with analog/digital designers, mechanical engineers, material scientists, chemists and biologists is pivotal to turn Volta's vision to a market ready product.

The Job:

  • Design and build analog/digital circuits, power conversion, front end for sensors and capacitive sensing, micro-controllers

  • Schematic entry and PCB layout design (preferably with Altium Designer)

  • PCB layout to create low noise, highly reliable boards

  • Test and bring up of new PCBs

  • Troubleshooting with oscilloscopes, logic analyzers and other test equipment

  • Develop firmware for micro-controllers

You (must have):

  • 2-5 years hardware development experience

  • Experience designing production quality electronics or systems level engineering experience

  • Well rounded knowledge of mixed signal design with the ability to specify components and sub-assemblies

  • Experience designing power conversion circuits and low noise systems

  • Familiarity with EMI/EMC designs

  • Proficiency with Altium Designer or similar CAD/CAE tools

  • Are hands-on and willing to cross discipline boundaries to solve a problem

You (nice to have):

  • BSEE/MSEE degree or equivalent

  • Deep understanding of various PCB fabrication methods is a plus

  • Understanding of electromagnetism theory

Contact: hello [at] voltalabs [dot] co