Electronic Development Engineer (m/f)
Med-el Elektromedizinische Geräte GmbH
Innsbruck, AT
vor 11 Std.
source : Karriere.at

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 2200 employees around the world. In support of our continuing growth, we currently have an open position with focus on : Electronic Development Engineer (m / f) RD SY12108Innsbruck, Austria Main Tasks

  • Design and development of analog and digital electronics
  • Provide input to circuit design, component selection, PCB and assembly technology
  • Documentation of the development
  • Verification and validation of system components
  • Assist with approvals of new and maintenance of old systems Requirements
  • Higher technical degree (University / FH) in the fields of electronics, electrical engineering, telecommunications or high-frequency engineering
  • Proficiency in schematic capture and printed circuit board design
  • Expertise in analysis and simulation techniques
  • Good verbal and written communication skills in German and English
  • Self-reliant, systematic and structured approach Salary will be determined based on professional experience; the formal minimum salary according to Collective Bargaining Agreement is EUR 37,559.
  • 20.We offer a challenging opportunity in a multinational work environment with English as our company language. We look forward to receiving your application at jobs.

    medel.com MED-EL Medical Electronics HeadquartersFürstenweg 77a6020 Innsbruck,Austria Tel +43 (0) 5 7788 7788jobs.medel.com

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