We are Oticon Denmark – working with hearing loss through technology.
Our purpose is to help people who suffers from hearing loss with our ideas, knowledge and dedication.
Low level Embedded Software Developer for industry leading chipset
In your new position you will be part of the Chipset Firmware Platform Group consisting of 17 highly skilled colleagues. The atmosphere is informal and humorous but at the same time extremely ambitious and we are not afraid to say that we have some of the best developers in town!
The challenge – maximum performance in a small package
Essentially, the challenge is to deliver the most advanced audio-enabled, wearable IoT device available, packed in a tiny package, running of a miniscule battery and living up to medical device standards. This means that you must be able to design safe C code that provides advanced functionality while taking up no space, using no current and providing real-time guarantees for the audio system. The firmware platform includes HW drivers, power management, RTOS integration and wireless audio protocol development (proprietary and BLE-based).
In headlines, you will:
• Design, develop and release firmware for our chipset
• Contribute to the definition of the IC so it fits software needs
• Master the challenge to develop firmware on a custom IC while it is under development
Low level embedded software development
We are looking for experienced developers and for talented new-graduates.
We expect you to hold a relevant degree in Electronics or Computer Engineering and have experience with development of low-level embedded systems, specifically within the following areas:
• Low-level embedded programming in C
• Experience with real-time constraints, e.g. for audio streaming systems
Now you know what we are looking for. What are you looking for?
Please contact us at the stand here in IOLAVORO, if this could be an interesting opportunity for you or a friend.
You are also welcome to contact us Signe Linneboe, firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile: 0045 4149 9523.
Around 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, located in Copenhagen, all 1,300 employees develop with passion, dedication and professional expertise, some of the most innovative hearing aids in the world.