And once again: Engineers in Denmark have rated Oticon as #1 place to work for this year!
This is according to “Ingeniøren” (Danish magazine, called “Engineers”) - but why is that? We believe it is our innovative work environment. We take part in developing best in class hearing solutions and try to bound the limits of what is possible at all. Oticon is a large, growing company in the medical-technical industry where our +600 engineers are all committed to deliver well-made, high tech solutions for hearing impaired people worldwide.
Join a fun team working with high-tech
Would you like to be at the forefront of the latest technology and make a difference for hearing impaired people worldwide? Can you see yourself as part of a team that shapes the future audiological solutions for hearing aids? Then we might have an exciting career opportunity for you: You will become part of our “Audiology Design Team”, which belongs to our Research & Development unit “Audiology and Embedded Systems”. Our group is responsible for developing requirements and designing audiological features for the hearing solutions.
The successful candidate will have the ability to collaborate closely with a broad range of stakeholders within Product Management, Marketing, R&D and other development functions. You will have the possibility to integrate your stakeholder’s input to create state of the art audiological solutions. We furthermore work in an agile setup, which offers you the chance to be part of a professional team where all your colleagues focus on the complete project and welcome your ideas and input. You will be part of a cross-functional SCRUM team with focus on superior solutions and the end user.
Your main tasks include:
- End-user and customer needs analysis
- Development of requirements, architecture & design
- Prototyping audiological concepts in e.g. Matlab
- Feature design and verification in collaboration with Test team
- Idea generation and innovation projects for audiological solutions
And this should be in your backpack
We expect you to hold at least a M.Sc. in engineering, audiology, psychoacoustics, acoustics or similar. You have at least 5 years of experience working with audio related research or development. You can drive complex feature designs and architecture elements in collaboration with relevant stakeholders. You are used to a structured development way of work, using guidelines and documentation.
If you previously have worked with hearing aids, fitting software, audio diagnostic equipment and/or hearing impairment, this will be an advantage. In addition, any experience from working with Artificial Intelligence will be a plus as well.
We furthermore expect you to adapt easily to changes and new challenges in a positive way. You are comfortable working in a multidisciplinary international environment and communicate, argue and present your ideas in a strong and convincing way. You speak and write English fluently.
Your skilled colleagues are looking forward to welcoming you to an international team, and a positive and encouraging work environment. We all strive for an open and supportive way of working where sharing your knowledge and ideas are highly valued.
This position offers a unique opportunity to improve the life quality for hearing impaired people. Oticon is a major player in the hearing instrument business and there are plenty of opportunities for the right candidate to work with different aspects of hearing aids and fitting.
Want to join the team?
Please apply as soon as possible, as we are screening candidates ongoing.
We are looking forward to receiving your application. Still, only applications registered with our electronical recruitment system will be considered.
If you would like to know more about the position, please contact Team Manager for Audiological Design, Erik Lund on +45 2540 8171 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking forward to hearing from you.
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