Software Engineer C# in Audiology
Stäfa, Switzerland
vor 4 Tg.

Your tasks

  • Work side-by-side with audiological researchers and engineers and translate their ideas into software models that run on our software applications
  • Use and extend the audiological infrastructure
  • Willing to dive into a complex audiological domain, take on functional ownership and work side-by-side with software engineers and architects in an agile setup
  • Transform audiological specifications and algorithms into productive code, discuss with experts in a close collaboration
  • Deepening your expertise in our world of hearing domain
  • Your profile

  • BSc / MSc degree in computer science, software engineering or equivalent
  • Strong C# programming skills, 5+ years of experience with .NET C#, experience with .NET Core is a plus
  • Hands-on experience in development of algorithms in related domains
  • Able to read and understand audiological specifications provided in MATLAB
  • Experienced with software architectures and software principles like SOLID and clean code
  • Solution orientated team player with a strong agile mindset
  • Fluent in written and spoken English, fluency in German is a plus
  • Our offer

    We can offer you a new challenge, with interesting tasks and much more including an open corporate culture, flat hierarchies, support for further training and development, opportunities to take on responsibility, an excellent range of foods, sports and cultural facilities, attractive employment conditions, and flexible working time models in various roles.

    Gianni Raffi, Senior Talent Acquisition Manager, is looking forward to receiving your complete application (cover letter, CV, references and certificates) via our online job application platform.

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