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Electro Acoustic Developer for HW platform creation
Your colleagues have rated Oticon as #1 place to work for Engineers.

This is according to “Ingeniøren” - but why is that?

We believe it is our innovative work environment. We take part in developing best in class hearing solutions. We are a large, growth-oriented company and work within the financially stable medico-technical industry. Our +450 engineers are empowered to communicate freely and participate actively.

Join our team
We would like a talented electro acoustic developer to join our very successful R&D team in Copenhagen / Denmark, working in an environment with state-of-the-art facilities and equipment where you have the opportunity to make a difference for people with a hearing loss. You will get the possibility to work with us on increasing our capabilities within innovative electro acoustics, and supporting us in bringing our leading hearing aid products to the market. Furthermore, you will be part of a dynamic environment built on trust, openness and a strong will to win.

Building unique Electro Acoustic Solutions
Together with 50 skillful and enthusiastic colleagues, you will join us in challenging conventional electro acoustic and mechanical solutions to improve end-user and customer satisfaction.

In your new job you will be part of Oticon’s Hardware Function, more specific the Hearing Instrument Design (HID) group. The excitement this group faces on a daily basis is the development of highly challenging platforms, due to the high degree of functionality that hearing instruments offer. Furthermore, we focus on developing our platforms to fit multiple brands adding to the complexity. The team works closely together with other competences i.e. audiologists and engineers specialized in amplifiers and embedded systems.

Your responsibilities include:

  • Acoustic system design and development
  • Platform calibration/settings
  • Design specifications
  • Selection of components i.e. transducers - microphones, receivers/speakers
  • Testing, verifying and documenting electro-acoustical performance of HW platforms

As Electro Acoustic Developer you will have a high degree of influence and together with your colleagues you will contribute to the development of the next cutting edge hearing instruments.

Talented electro acoustic developer
We expect you to hold a B.Sc. or M.Sc. in Engineering, focusing specifically on electro acoustics. You come either straight from university or with some years of experience.

As an experienced electro acoustic developer, we expect you to have expertise within Sound Quality, Acoustic measurements, vibro-acoustics and sound path design. Knowledge from working with electro acoustic or magnetic designs of hearing instruments or other smaller products such as cell phones, headsets or similar is an advantage.

If you are newly educated with a strong desire to start your career within electro acoustics we welcome you as well. You thrive in an environment with a high pace, and you are eager to start working with professional colleagues, using the skills you have acquired through your education. We offer great development opportunities and believe Oticon is a good starting point for an ambitious career.

As a person, you are proud of your profession, curious and a team player by heart. You have good communication skills and enjoy networking and navigating in a project driven, cross-functional organization with several varying projects.

You are fluent in English, as this is our company language.

How to apply
Please send your CV and motivation letter as soon as possible - deadline is 28 February 2018. We will be screening daily and may close the recruitment before the deadline so we encourage you to apply today!

If you would like to know more about the position, you are very welcome to contact Hardware Manager in Hearing Instrument Design, Jan Thor Lunddahl Larsen on phone +45 4081 0608.

We are looking forward to hearing from you.

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