Are you passionate about hardware development and would you thrive working in a team dedicated to medical device development? Do you want to work in a consulting and development house, where your skills are used to learn new technologies and translate them into relevant requirements for the customers’ product while also adhering to the relevant regulatory requirements? If so, then the job as hardware developer in our Life Science team at Prevas A/S might be something for you!
For our department in Herlev we are looking for an experienced hardware developer who loves to work with hardware design within everything from sub-millimeter thin ultra-low-power designs to some of the world’s largest ultrasonic scanners. As member of our Life Science team you participate in structured development because it aids development of safe products and you understand the need for documenting to enable authorities to review your design.
As our new colleague, it is important that you:
We expect you to have a background as electronics engineer or equivalent academic level
For us development is a natural part of all aspects of life – from idea to product and from career to personal life. At Prevas there is room for you, for your ideas, and for your view of the world.
Passion and creativity are reflected in our projects. Our energy spread to our collaboration and social interactions both in and outside office hours. We host several yearly social events with and without families. We also have Friday-afternoon-bar, excursions, hobby club and lots more.
We are embedded in our DNA and we are focused on being the preferred provider of embedded development to our customers. We often work very closely with our customers, and as Prevas employee, you will often come into close contact with many different customers’ development departments, either as project member at our office in Herlev, or on-site in the customer’s development team.
Are you interested in the job send your application and CV via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with “att: Mette Dahl Meincke” in the subject field. We call for interviews on an ongoing basis.