Embedded Software & Signal Processing Developer (German speaker) - Medical Devices

Details

  • Category: Medical devices
  • Location: Bern area
  • Starting date: Jan 02, 2020
  • Domain of experience: Software development, Embedded software
  • Level required: Junior
  • Years of experience: From 2 years

Your Role

Within the Technology division, you will act as Embedded Software & Signal Processing Developer for the Product Development department. One of the main missions will be to develop signal processing of low power embedded software from the beginning until the end of its conception.

Your Tasks

  • Develop and verify signal processing concepts in a low power embedded system
  • Support Software development processes and methodologies (C/ C++)
  • Ensure the analysis, design, development, verification and documentation of medical devices/ IVD according to IEC 62304
  • Help on Machine learning models development (Python/ Matlab)
  • Collaborate actively on numerous projects with various teams such as electronics, mechanics, app development and systems engineering
  • Support risk and safety investigations

Your Profile

  • University degree (FH, ETH or university) in signal processing, electronics engineering, Software, microtechnology, mechanical engineering or comparable
  • Strong experience with software development processes and methodologies ideally in Medical Devices or IVD environment
  • Experience in the development of machine learning models in Python / Matlab
  • Previous experience in signal processing on low power embedded systems
  • Good knowledge in the development of embedded software in C / C ++
  • Strong interest on topics related to the development of secure and hardware-related software
  • Ability to work with various stakeholders on similar projects
  • Very good knowledge of English and German are required
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