We at Orion Diagnostica are looking for a
Software Modelling Engineer, Instrument Development
to work in a small dynamic R&D Instrument Development team, where you will experience the entire lifecycle of instrument & test development. You will be working with multiple stakeholders, including the subcontractor network. The goal of the R&D Instrument Development Team is to develop innovative and reliable algorithms for OD’s tests, which provides us with a clear competitive advantage over our competitors.
Your tasks will be:
We expect you to have:
In addition, we hope that you will bring forward solutions and alternative ways of working and that you provide innovative solutions for customer needs. Furthermore, we view as a benefit previous working experience with IVD or Medical instruments, embedded SW development experience, fluent oral Finnish and project management skills.
We offer versatile and challenging tasks in innovative and fast-paced work community. Join us – together we build future of healthcare – we do work that we are proud of! Interested to know more about us and the position? Contact Ossi Korhonen, tel. +358 50 3812597, for more information. He will be available on Wednesday 24th July at 10-11 am., Friday 9th August at 10-11 am. and Tuesday 13th August at 14-15 pm. We are eager to know more about you! Please send your application, CV and salary request latest on Wednesday 14th August. The first-round interviews will be conducted at Orion Diagnostica in week 34, 19th to 23th of August.
Orion Diagnostica is a leading point-of-care diagnostics company. Orion Diagnostica develops, manufactures and markets a range of reliable and easy to use instruments and tests. Through its sales force and high-quality distributor network, Orion Diagnostica delivers its innovative product range to healthcare practitioners in some 60 countries worldwide. Orion Diagnostica has an installed base over 50.000 QuikRead®and QuikRead go® instruments worldwide. The company has around 300 employees and is headquartered in Espoo, Finland.