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Engineer for Electrodes Development (m/f)

Dienstort Innsbruck Unternehmen MED-EL Medical Electronics
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Beschäftigungsart Vollzeit Position ohne Personalverantwortung Gehaltsangabe 34.013,28 € /brutto Jetzt bewerben


MED-EL is a leading manufacturer of innovative medical devices for the treatment of various types and degrees of hearing loss. Our unique portfolio of implantable hearing solutions benefits thousands of individuals in more than 100 countries worldwide. With headquarters in Innsbruck, Austria, MED-EL has over 1800 employees around the world. In support of our continuing growth, we currently have an open position with focus on:

Main Tasks

  • Develop new implantable electrodes for neurostimulation
  • Plan and execute verification and validation tests
  • Transition to production, develop and validate manufacturing processes
  • Select and cooperate with international suppliers and development partners
  • Development documentation according to the quality system

Requirements

  • Degree or higher qualification in medical engineering, technical engineering or equivalent education
  • Experience in the development of medical devices and construction design (SolidWorks) desired
  • Independent, systematic and structured approach, self-motivated team player
  • Good written and spoken communication skills, knowledge of written and spoken English
  • Willingness to travel nationally and internationally

Salary will be determined based on professional experience; the formal minimum salary according to Collective Bargaining Agreement is EUR 34,013.28

We offer a challenging opportunity in a multinational work environment with English as our company language. We look forward to receiving your application at medel.com/jobs

MED-EL Medical Electronics

Tel +43 (0) 5 7788 7788
medel.com/jobs
medel.com

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