Development Engineer to Neola Medical
Övriga ingenjörer och tekniker
6 Feb 2023
We are looking for a new colleague to join us and be part of an exciting journey to bring innovation to patients. You will work with highly skilled team-members and be involved in developing a medical device that can save lives and increase the quality of life. Apply now!
What we do
One of ten infants are born preterm and many of them need intensive care. As their lungs are not fully developed, they risk serious illnesses and complications that can lead to lifelong disabilities. At Neola Medical, we are developing a medical device, Neola® for continuous monitoring of the lungs of preterm born infants. With our product, doctors and nurses can early detect when complications arise, which enables immediate care and greater chances of survival and a better life.
Be part of our team developing a vital medical device based on advanced optical gas measurement technology. Your main task will be to contribute to our work of developing algorithms and implementing these in the product to continue optimizing the performance of our instrument. Increasing the clinical value of our product through further improved algorithms is a task that is central to our development of our medical devices. In your daily work, you will analyze data from both instrument tests and clinical studies.
Initially you will work with verification of the requirements we set for the product and its components, both during design and production, as well as assembly of sub-modules and finished instruments. Among other things, this means to set up test plans and conduct structured testing and report this. You will also have possibilities to work hands-on with assembling mechanics and electronics.
Your work will be performed in accordance with medical device regulations and a quality management system. You will collaborate with doctors, researchers, and technical specialists.
We are looking for a passionate colleague that possess general technical understanding and good problem-solving skills. You need one to three years of experience with data evaluation and algorithms, or you could have recently graduated from a master’s level education with a focus in mathematics, statistics, algorithms, signal processing, machine learning or similar. Other appreciated skills are experience with tools for analysis and statistics of data and experience of evaluating developed algorithms. If you have experience in software development at embedded or PC level from your education or working as a developer, that is a plus. You are also fluent in English, written and spoken.
We believe in self-leadership where you take responsibility for achieving great results. We also expect you to be curious, which means that you like to learn new things and find new solutions on complex challenges. Being structured is important, you plan your work from start to finish, communicate, follow up and troubleshoot in a professional manner. We are a smaller and entrepreneurial company, and our environment is therefore without any prestige, you need to be flexible and prepared to engage in pretty much everything.
Want to learn more
We are collaborating with Nexer Recruit regarding this recruitment. Please contact recruitment consultant Johanna Värmfors at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +46 730 821 230 or Artan Bitiqi at email@example.com or call +46 723 612 844 if you want to learn more about the position. We are looking forward to hearing from you!
About Neola Medical
Neola Medical AB (publ) is revolutionizing neonatal intensive care with Neola®, a medical device that can offer continuous lung monitoring and real-time alerts of life-threatening complications using a cutting-edge technology that measures lung volume changes and oxygen gas concentration. Neola® has the potential to provide better care, fewer days in intensive care and healthier lives for preterm born infants. Founded in 2016 and headquartered in Lund, Sweden, Neola Medical is building on a historic Swedish legacy of medical technology innovation and invaluable contributions to global health care