Cochlear’s global mission is to help people hear and be heard. Cochlear BAS is the division of Cochlear that designs and manufactures the world’s leading bone anchored solutions. Our employees tell us that the number one reason they enjoy working for Cochlear is the opportunity to make a difference to people’s lives. Situated in Mölnlycke, outside Gothenburg, Sweden, the head office employs approximately 200 people whose responsibilities include research, product design and development, marketing, quality and regulatory, manufacturing, distribution and administration for all the Baha® and Vistafix® products. Cochlear Bone Anchored Solutions AB offers you a modern environment in which you can work with passionate professionals to apply your specialist expertise and skills to bring the most advanced technologies to the market.
We Offer Challenging Work with Real Meaning
The work we do at Cochlear helps people with hearing loss to connect to others and live full lives. Whether you are involved in designing devices, manufacturing quality products, providing services to customers or supporting business processes, the work at Cochlear is stimulating for your mind and emotionally fulfilling and worthwhile.
We are recruiting a permanent position as Electroacoustic development engineer in the Technology development department, reporting to Director Technical Development. The role requires a highly motivated and curious, both theoretical and practical technical development engineer.
In this role you will help Cochlear to realize its mission by exploring new technologies, designing and testing concepts and features in a cross functional group by providing technical knowledge. You will be a part of the Technology Development team which consists of people with different backgrounds working with developing technologies, platforms, concepts and prototypes which will be used to enable Cochlear fulfill the vision of bringing life changing hearing solutions to our customers. The purpose of the team is to innovate, generate patents, explore new technologies, create functional concepts and prototypes and support the organization with technical investigations. Your part will be to contribute to in depth knowledge in acoustic performance, electronics and signal processing.
The role of the Electroacoustic development engineer at Technology Development is to develop new bone conduction applications to improve hearing performance of our customers. The role includes the development of signal processing and amplification algorithms, support the organization with knowledge within the technical acoustic aspects on bone conduction audiology and prototype testing. The role will partly work closely with product development and clinical testing to provide the necessary understanding of the technical hearing performance of our products.
In this role you will:
- Define critical questions for new concepts, create and execute plan to have them answered.
- Design and evaluate different prototype configurations of bone conduction systems.
- Increase our knowledge of different aspects of acoustics and signal processing.
- Develop and apply methods to evaluate concepts.
- Contribute with improvement ideas on sound processing systems.
- Develop and integrate technology into future products.
We see that you are structured with a process oriented approach and the ability to find areas for improvement. You are a good communicator in documentation and presentation and are able to operate in a dynamic environment while maintaining good relationships with your stakeholders.
What makes this role unique is:
- Working in a truly global ASX-listed company, headquartered in Australia.
- Learning about medical device industry regulations and quality standards.
- Working cross-functionally within CBAS, our regional logistics sites and HQ, located in Sydney, Australia.
- Learning and growing in the role as you take on new challenges.
- Working with new technologies and innovate
You Bring Your Skills and Experience
As we grow bone conducted solutions business, we are looking for people with highly specialized skills and capabilities who share our passion for delivering quality hearing solutions to our customers.
As a regulated company, Cochlear has a responsibility to hire people with the right skills and qualifications to do the work. To add value to Cochlear in this role you will be able to demonstrate some of the following skills and experience:
- University technical degree.
- Demonstrated experience of working in cross functional teams.
- Relevant qualifications in acoustics, sound processor development or hearing related technologies.
- Experience in testing, analysis and technical investigations.
- The ability to solve problems and collaborate to get work done that delivers benefits for Cochlear’s customers.
- A commitment to lifelong learning and development.
- Identify and support the implementation of continuous improvement.
- Experience in Matlab.
- Fluent in English with good writing and presentation skills in both.
- Experience to all key Microsoft Office applications (MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint).
- A responsible attitude to working safely and building the safety culture.
- Fluent in Swedish
- Knowledge about electroacoustic components and power sources.
- Experience in electrical design
- Experience signal processing and firmware.
- Knowledge about IP.
- Clinical testing.
- Knowledge in audiology.
- Experience in working in with innovation and product development.
- Competency in research design, data collection and statistical analysis.
- Experience and history of working with hearing, bone conduction and communication technology
What to Expect from Our Recruitment Process
We believe in putting in the effort to find the people who share our values and passion for helping people to hear and be heard. We strive to select the right people for each role based on evidence. Once you complete your application, our comprehensive recruitment process includes:
- Application reviews
- Capability assessment
- Confirmation of qualifications and work rights
Is Cochlear right for you?
Like us, you might be strongly attracted to Cochlear’s mission to help people to hear.
- Passionate about our Mission to help people hear and be heard.
- Growing globally and building business processes and governance maturity.
- Careful, prudent and professional about the way we manage our business in a regulated industry.
- Highly collaborative with a complex global stakeholder environment where you influence with facts and data.
- Strongly focused on delivering quality for our customers.
- Constantly striving for continuous improvement.
We Reward Performance and Offer Flexible Benefits
We reward and recognise people who perform their work in a way that is aligned to Cochlear’s mission and values and that contributes to Cochlear’s growth. To help us attract and retain people with the right skills we aim to pay competitively in the health science and technology markets. To encourage people to achieve outcomes aligned to Cochlear’s strategy we link the incentives we offer to both the financial performance of the company and individual achievement.
For more information about the position, please contact Kristian Åsnes, Director of Technology Development.
Interviews will be held continuously during the application period.
Take the first step towards a career with Cochlear. A career you can be proud of. Apply online today.