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Senior Software Developer - Frontend

Cochlear AB

- Göteborg - Full time

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  • 30 days paid holidays
  • Education Budget
  • Parental leave premium
  • Team work
  • Bonus
  • Wellbeing allowance
Introduction

Are you looking for a job where you get to work with new technology and interesting products? At the same time, is it important for you to know that your job makes a difference? Cochlear can offer you a unique opportunity to join their highly competent software development team to contribute to the development of new products and services within the world leading company in implantable hearing solutions.

Cochlear care about their employees and offers very good working conditions and benefits. The site offers free parking and if you travel by bus, the communications from Korsvägen in central Gothenburg is only 10 minutes. This is a work place where employees grow, thrives and have fun together!

About Cochlear

Making a difference in the lives of others: Cochlear is the world-leading expert in implantable hearing solutions. For more than 30 years and in over 100 countries, Cochlear's pioneering technology has transformed the lives of more than a quarter of a million people. With the gift of sound, we help people reconnect to their family and friends.

Cochlear Bone Anchored Solutions AB 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. Cochlear BAS 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.

“Inspiring Quote”
Diana Green, a 78-year-old former secondary school teacher from Cleethorpes, was fitted with an implant just over two and a half years ago, a year after her husband died: “It has been like a miracle...My world has opened up again since being fitted with a Cochlear implant a year after my husband died.”
About the job

Your workdays

As a Software Developer at Cochlear, you will be a part of the Software System Department that is responsible for developing clinical software for Windows systems. The Clinical Software is used in more than 2000 clinics to fit the Sound processor in the Baha Bone Conduction Implant system.

You will work together with competent, engaged and friendly colleagues to improve and develop the clinical software for hearing products. The team works agile and delivers medical device desktop applications built on a .NET platform using MVVM and WPF. You will contribute to the team by identifying new technologies, being a source of technical expertise and a mentor for other engineers. Your focus will be frontend programming and you will work together with the GUI expert to come up with new solutions and improvements of the GUI design, responsible for doing the coding part. Since you are an experienced Developer, you will also get responsibility for software architecture design and contribute with ideas of improvements in Cochlear's development processes and design tools.

Your profile

We believe that you are a passionate developer with >5 years working with C#, preferably with a B.Sc. or M.Sc. in Engineering or equivalent academic degree. You have previous experience from Microsoft development environment, TFS & Visual studio and using MVVM and WPF on a .NET platform. Previous experience of working with frontend programming is required and we want you to have a big interest in design. You enjoy a process driven and structured way of work and have experience of working in an agile environment.

We are looking for a team player with good communication skills who builds long and strong relationships with co-workers. Good verbal and written English and Swedish language skills.