Experienced PCB Designer
Become part of our +600 engineers strong Research & Development department at the headquarters..
Become part of our +600 engineers strong Research & Development department at the headquarters of Oticon, which is part of Demant - a world-leading hearing healthcare group. We venture beyond what is technically possible. To get a first impression, please check this out here
We are looking for you, a PCB designer with several years of experience, to join our PCB team and strengthen our R&D Hardware electronics group. The Hardware electronics group is responsible for developing the electronics part of Oticon hearing aids and connectivity devices.
We believe in the good life
What visitors first recognize when entering our building is the nice and relaxed atmosphere. We really worship our friendly and informal working environment, the big respect for each other’s work and the good tone between us colleagues. We believe that the best results come from a fruitful team effort. We support each other and constantly share feedback and knowledge to improve our results. Furthermore, as we create solutions that allow people to live their lives to the max, we also recognize that in order to bring energy and inspiration to work, you need to re-energize and spend time with family, friends and hobbies in a healthy work life balance.
Become part of the PCB team
For us, true engineering excellence is to deliver an ultra-small technological product in a discrete, user friendly package. This takes state-of-the-art development methods and serious engineering skills. We want unmatched, high performing solutions and walk the extra mile in our quest for technological excellence.
We are a passionate and highly specialized team of 5 PCB designers and 3 ME designers. We are “doing magic” within small areas. Our main competency is to design the smallest possible flex PCB’s for the Hearing Instrument or rigid PCB solutions for the connectivity products. We push the design guides to the limits and continually work and explore ways of doing things smaller.
Your job is to do the PCB layout in close cooperation with the Electronics engineers (specialized within RF, antenna and baseband) and the Mechanics engineers. When doing HI (Hearing instrument) designs we need to push the design guides to the limits, which require you have our production and PCB vendors in the design loop from the early beginning. You are involved from the start of the concept phase to the design is handed over to mass-production. You will be involved in several projects at the same time, so it is important you are good at orchestrate your tasks.
You will be responsible for…
- Layout of PCBs in close cooperation with our baseband, RF designers and Mechanical engineers
- Component creation (Symbols for schematics / Footprints for layouts)
- Ensure correct stack-up according to the design and manufacturer capabilities
- Generate PCB documentation according to Oticon standards
- Maintain PCB design standards, guidelines and review checklists to ensure a high quality
- Deliver high quality work in close cooperation with Production, Vendors and the HW engineers.
And you have experience within…
- Relevant technical education
- Work experience in design of complex HDI boards and flex PCBs
- Experience in PCB Design system and tools (Cadence Allegro, Schematic tools, Gerber viewer & etc.)
We value trust and freedom
We know you can! We trust and value your professionalism, experience and dedication. Your new perspectives, insights and ideas are the cornerstones of our success, and we encourage you to think out of the box and structure your workflow with a high level of freedom.
Therefore, we expect you to thrive in an environment with a high pace where two days are rarely alike. You are self-driven person with a clear awareness of stakeholders. You furthermore have an analytical and systematical approach to complex problem solving. And last, you are fluent in English, as it is our company language.
Want to join the team?
Please apply via our electronical recruitment system - deadline is 28 March 2019.
If you would like to know more about the position, you are welcome to contact Hardware Manager Henrik Bay on +45 2993 7183 or email@example.com.
We are looking forward to hearing from you.
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