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Since 1937, Ambu has developed, manufactured and sold medical devices. Today, millions of patients and healthcare professionals depend on the functionality and performance of Ambu’s products worldwide.

In this newly established and challenging position, you will be an active contributor in the innovation team and participate in securing the future success of Ambu in the interest of our users. 

You will be part of an effective innovation culture with a tradition for fast completion of projects, which means that there will be a visible link between your results and Ambu’s growth. You will be a member of the Front-End team, Patient Monitoring that focuses on electrodes for Cardiology (ECG) and Neurology (EMG, EEG etc.). The position is new, so you will also be part of building up knowledge. Your workplace will be at Ambu’s headquarters in Ballerup.

Involved in all aspects of the innovation process 
As R&D engineer, you will be part a vital part of running and driving product development projects within our electrode portfolio, together with our innovation colleagues in Penang. You will be involved in all aspects of the innovation process – from the conceptual design to the product validation. You will work closely with marketing and participate in the interaction with future users to optimize the current product portfolio and identify opportunities for new products. You will be responsible for the documentation throughout your work, working according to the principles of design control and our Product innovation process.

Your main responsibilities will be:

  • Ensuring the that signal quality of the electrode portfolio continues to live up to the high standards of Ambu
  • Concept development of ground-breaking products within the electrode portfolio 
  • Stakeholder management with customer and end-users and coordination across various in-house functions including, but not limited to, RA, QA, Clinical, Production, Procurement.

Your contact base will be broad, and you will have an interface with Ambu’s global organization, all departments involved in product development projects and externally with users, knowledge centers and suppliers.

You hold a master’s degree in engineering, preferably within electrochemistry, electronics or similar. Preferably you are specialized in electrochemical disposition of materials and analysis/testing methodologies. You have strong knowledge in the interconnection between biosensor technology and signal acquisition. You have at least three years of relevant experience, preferably within medical device development or a PhD with relevant area of focus. Clinical experience or insight into mechanical design, will be a bonus.

You have knowledge of developing medical devices and the design control process preferably within vital life sign sensors. You have a strong technical foundation and interest, and you can understand technical implications of various options, also in relation to production. You work well in teams and can comply with tight deadlines while managing multiple assignments. 

As a person you are curious, highly motivated and flexible. You have great interpersonal skills and have a sense of occasion, which makes you thrive in global teams. You have a passion for new challenges. You have a strong sense of responsibility towards your work.

You work in a structured and proactive way, but you are flexible and able to “think outside the box”.

Since we are a global company, you will be involved in cross-cultural collaboration. Consequently, it is a requirement that you are fluent in English and that you can communicate efficiently. Lastly, you thrive in a position that gives you the opportunity to travel approximately 30-40 days a year.

Ambu – an ambitious and professional workplace
Ambu is a company with ambitious growth objectives and we are very focused on developing and putting innovative products to market. We reach our objectives through an interdisciplinary collaboration between motivated and competent colleagues in an informal work environment. Our rapid development means that there is a natural focus on the ongoing development of your professional and personal skills that will help to ensure Ambu's continued success.

We offer a wide range of professional, social and economic benefits, in addition to the exciting challenges of the job.

When to apply
If you are ready to apply for the position, please apply as soon as possible. Note that we will invite candidates for interviews on a continuous basis so no need to hesitate. This job ad might be online until March 1st, 2021, but once we have found the right candidate, this ad will no longer be online.

Your application will, of course, be treated confidentially.

You can get additional information about the job and about Ambu by contacting Mike Hagelskjær, Manager, Front-End Patient Monitoring by phone +45 2945 2060

Please write in your application that you've seen the job at Jobfinder.

About Ambu
Since 1937, breakthrough ideas have driven our work to bring efficient healthcare solutions to life within our fields of excellence: Anaesthesia, Patient Monitoring & Diagnostics and Emergency Care. Millions of patients and healthcare professionals worldwide depend and rely on the functionality and performance of our products. We are dedicated to improving patient safety and determined to advance single-use devices. 

The manifestations of our efforts range from early inventions like the Ambu Bag™ resuscitator and the legendary BlueSensor™ electrodes to our latest landmark solutions such as the aScope™ endoscope – the world’s first single-use flexible video scope. Our commitment to bringing new ideas and superior service to our customers has made Ambu one of the most recognised medico-technical companies in the world. Our head office is situated near Copenhagen in Denmark. Ambu employs approximately 4,200 people in Europe, North America, and the Asia Pacific. For more information, please visit