Three System Engineers for Global Research & Development
Would you like to join an innovative environment where you will have a central role in influencing and defining our future products? And do you thrive in a team where we prioritize a good work-life balance as well as professional and personal development?
Welcome to GN Hearing – we make life sound better
At GN Hearing, we develop innovative hearing solutions with great sound quality and excellent design to ensure that hearing aid users will be able to hear more, do more and be more than ever thought possible.
At our HQ in Ballerup, you will become part of Systems Engineering. This function is located within the CTO Office in Global R&D that consists of 38 highly skilled and engaged colleagues, who provide advanced technical support and leadership within all development areas across all R&D sites.
Roles and responsibilities
As a system engineer, you are crucial in all stages of a project, ensuring that a given product is properly defined and specified, integrated, configured, verified, validated and documented – that being hearing aids, wireless accessories, smartphone apps, cloud services or AI.
More specifically, the three new positions are respectively within requirement, integration and configurations management, and you will divide the following tasks among you:
- Writing and reviewing requirements as well as maintaining the requirements in our advanced development tool
- Participating in scope discussions and driving the requirements elicitation process, leading from user needs, business needs and regulatory requirements into well-documented requirements suitable for product development
- Supporting integration of new technology projects into NPD process
- Leading and executing integration and innovation camps in various formats, fostering a culture of continuous integration
- Overseeing the daily management of configuration items
- Improving, promoting and training colleagues across R&D in systems engineering best practices
- Contributing to and creating corporate procedures that are related to systems engineering
You will work in agile and program teams in close collaboration with architects, developers, product managers, audiologists and representatives from other parts of the GN Hearing organization.
Step into a flexible workday
You will become part of a diverse team of experts, counting eight different nationalities with team members in both Ballerup, Chicago, US and Eindhoven, NL. You will step into an environment where initiative and results are both valued and demanded.
Personal and professional development as well as career opportunities within the company are highly prioritized, so that you stay motivated and never stop developing. You can also look forward to a very flexible workday where you will have the freedom to manage your own time and plan your tasks accordingly.
“We strive to achieve a good work-life balance, for example by offering the option of working from home and during flexible hours when needed. When we are at work, we smile a lot. There’s a good team dynamic as well as extremely competent and hearty colleagues who make you feel welcome every day while developing products that improve other people’s lives.”
– Michael Wörösch, Director Systems Engineering and R&D Insights
Both within the team and across the CTO Office, we are dedicated to supporting each other, discussing any challenges, new ideas and opportunities, and sharing knowledge. Together, we are proud to ensure that our technology-leading hearing solutions make life sound better for hearing aid users.
Experience with development of medical devices
Your excellent communication skills enable you to create good relationships with stakeholders at all levels. You are persistent and highly analytical as well as flexible and able to keep the bigger picture in mind while having an eye on the important details. Moreover, you:
- Hold a master’s or bachelor’s degree in engineering or similar
- Have experience with the development of medical devices
- Have several years’ experience with development of complex products and systems
- Have experience with agile development, preferably SAFe
- Have some years’ experience within systems engineering
- Have a good understanding of regulatory requirements and business processes in the medical device industry – or any other regulated industry
- Have a mindset acknowledging the importance of following processes and living up to regulations
- Knowledge within design control based on ISO 13485 as well as MDR, MDSAP and other local international regulatory schemes is an advantage.
Would you like to know more?
To apply, use the ‘APPLY’ link no later than 11 Jan, 2021. Applications are assessed on a continuous basis, which is why we encourage you to send your application as soon as possible.
If you want to know more about the positions, you are welcome to contact Director Michael Wörösch on +45 2933 5924.
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