Join us as Verification Process Specialist
Have a look what it means to join our R&D department: https://youtu.be/Zh6La1sYl1c
Oticon – part of Demant group - is once more rated as #1 place to work for Engineers
But why is that? We believe it is our innovative work environment. We are a large, growing company in the medical-technical industry, where our +600 engineers are all committed to deliver well-made, high tech solutions for hearing impaired people worldwide.
We want hearing impaired people to be able to experience the sounds of life. This is the foundation of everything we do. This is what drives us and keeps us focused on innovation and efficiency. For us, true engineering excellence is to deliver an ultra-small technological marvel in a discrete, user-friendly package. This takes state-of-the-art development methods and serious engineering skills. We want unmatched, high performing solutions and walk the extra mile in our quest for technological excellence.
Join our Requirement & Verification Group
We have decided to strengthen the way of working with verification and test in the development of our products. You will therefore join our Requirements & Verification Group within R&D focusing on implementing improvements of tools and processes. The processes and tools we are responsible for cover hardware and software and multiple development methods from Stage Gate Models to Agile.
Therefore, we are looking for a Process Specialist with deep knowledge within verification and a solid experience with rolling out solutions and improvements in a diverse setup. In return, we offer you a job in an engaged team with a relaxed yet professional attitude. We – like the rest of Oticon – take pride in being great colleagues and help each other achieve our goals together.
In your new position you will plan and drive initiatives focused on improving the way we work with verification to strengthen the quality of the products we develop. You will in this way influence our test methodology and have contact to many colleagues across the organization. You will be the expert in the framework and way of working with verification and you will support your colleagues in this. Your expertise will cover test management and how to apply it within the development of products in a regulated medical device context.
Your main responsibilities will be:
- Driving improvement initiatives in the context of verification both for processes and tools
- Maintaining verification management best practices, instructions and processes
- Supporting the users of processes and tools provided by the Requirement & Verification Group
- Participating in relevant audits, reviews and approvals
- Ensuring that the verification process integrates seamlessly with the other systems engineering disciplines
We are looking for you!
We expect you to hold a degree within Engineering and a specialization in systems engineering will be a plus. You have a minimum of 5 years of work experience within product development and you have a solid experience with driving process improvements and/or Verification. Ideally, you have acquired this experience in a larger company or organization in a similar industry, where mechanics, electronics, software and user interfaces had to be integrated.
As interacting with multiple stakeholders is part of your day-to-day activities, we expect you to build and maintain relationships across the organization. You have excellent communication skills and a desire to influence people and processes. You are independent and decision-making comes naturally to you, as does the ability to think ahead and identify opportunities for improvement within your area of responsibility. You are flexible and ready to drive changes.
Experience in working within regulated industries, software test designing, agile development will be considered an advantage.
The job offers a variety of tasks and gives you the possibility to further develop your skills plus gain influence in our organization. We trust and value your experience and dedication. We are looking forward to your new perspectives, insights and ideas and encourage you to think out of the box and structure your workflow with a high level of freedom.
How to apply?
Please send us your CV via our electronic recruitment system as soon as possible, as we are screening candidates on an ongoing basis. If you would like to know more about the position, please contact Director, Tools and Processes for Requirements and Verification, Peter Lange on email@example.com.
Make a true difference!
By joining the Oticon team, you help bring sounds to the millions of hearing impaired all over the world so they can live natural lives with friends and family.
You will find the perfect framework for your professional and personal development in a culture built on trust, openness and mutual respect. We welcome you in a growing international company where we push hard to be at the forefront of what is technically possible. No matter if the goal is a new, highly advanced hearing aid feature, a new ERP system or a totally revolutionary marketing tool, we strive to excel.
We are very proud of our company, our products and our unique culture. But don’t just take our word for it. In both 2016 and 2017 “Ingeniøren” (the Engineer) has awarded us the number one employer within electronics and telecommunications in Denmark. Want to join us?
500 million people worldwide suffer from hearing loss. It is Oticon's ambition that our customers - hearing clinics throughout the world - prefer to use our products for people with impaired hearing. Oticon is one of the two largest companies in the industry, and in Denmark all 1,300 employees, with passion, dedication and professional expertise, develop some of the most innovative hearing aids in the world. Oticon is an international growing company, and 98% of Group revenues is generated outside Denmark. We are part of William Demant Holding Group with more than 13,000 employees and revenues of more than DKK 13 billion.