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Embedded System Integrator

Location: 

Humlebæk, DK

Job Family:  Research & Development
Country/Region:  Denmark
Embedded System Integrator 

Embedded System Integrator – want to join a great journey?


Are you curious? Innovative? And are you ready to break new ground and set the direction for game-changing embedded systems in medical devices?

Right now, we are strengthening our Embedded Systems team. Join us and help make a difference for people with intimate health care needs.

 

“You’ll be part of something brand new, never seen before. We’re about to disrupt our industry – and we want you to be part of this journey,” says Director, Embedded Systems & Partnerships, Erkki Juntunen.


Meet your new team
At our HQ in Humlebæk, you will join our newly established Embedded Systems team, part of the Innovation Unit. Here, you will play an important role in our efforts to incorporate embedded systems into our products and services – from ostomy bags and catheters to wound care products.

 

Established just 1.5 years ago, our team’s mission is to break new ground and set the direction for the development of our medical devices and solutions. Using embedded electronics, software, apps and cloud services, we want to find new ways to improve the lives of people with intimate health care needs.


“Currently, we are 9 skilled and highly educated developers, architects and senior project managers. But we are still growing, so you can expect more colleagues soon,” Erkki continues.


Shape game-changing embedded solutions
As a System Integrator, you will focus on defining Embedded HW solutions and sensor systems, and finally integrate those in our products. Doing so, you will get involved with different stakeholders across our organization and collaborate closely with our marketing team to discuss user needs, and with our third-party partners that are responsible for developing the solutions.


You are the key person defining technical and system requirements based on user needs and guiding Embedded HW design with your toolkit of system architecture and system engineering models.

 

More specifically, your key tasks will be to:

 

  • Generate and collect input to define architecture and requirements.
  • Guide Embedded HW and sensor technology selection. 
  • Oversee the integration of end-to-end embedded systems.
  • Review design, quality and performance of Embedded HW systems. 
  • Support the development of test methods and verification test cases. 
  • Contribute / drive technical discussions on Embedded HW domain internally and with partners

 

Experienced engineer with a curious and analytical mind

As a person, you are skilled communicator who knows how to tap into discussions with various stakeholders – from marketing to our internal engineers and architects, as well as our third-party partners. 

In other words, you have an understanding for both commercial and technical needs, and you know how to tie the loose ends together to create new, innovative products of high quality.

 

Moreover, you:

 

  • Bring several years of hands-on experience working with embedded software / hardware product development, preferably those with connectivity and sensor capabilities.
  • Preferably have experience with medical devices or other regulated industries such as the pharmaceutical, food or automotive industry.
  • Preferably have experience working with suppliers or third-party partners.
  • Speak and write English effortlessly.

 

Interested? 
If you would like to know more about the position, please call Director, Embedded Systems & Partnerships, Erkki Juntunen on +45 4911 3250. 

We will take candidates into the recruitment process continuously, so do not hesitate to apply. This position will remain open until a suitable candidate has been found.
 

 

Pursuing an ambitious growth agenda, Coloplast develops and markets products and services that make life easier for people with intimate healthcare needs. Employing about 12.000 people and with products available in more than 143 countries, we are one of the world´s leading medical device companies. We are constantly growing our business and always looking for new ways to move forward – we explore, learn and look for new ways of doing things.

 

Coloplast is committed to being an inclusive organization, where people bring their differences to work each day, fulfil their potential and have a strong sense of belonging because – and not despite – of their differences. We therefore encourage all qualified candidates to apply regardless of gender, age, race, nationality, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religious belief or physical ability.

 

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