Mechanical Engineer

Designing the best hearing aid
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WS Audiology

Formed in 2019, through the merger of Sivantos and Widex, WS Audiology combines over 140 years’ experience in pioneering the use of technology to help people with hearing loss hear the sounds that make life wonderful. We are active in over 125 markets and employ 11,000 people worldwide. Our broad portfolio of hearing related products and services generates annual revenues of around EUR 1.7 billion.

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The Team

We are a team of 12 mechanical engineers, with a great mix of enthusiastic young and experienced colleagues, all specialists in their respective disciplines. We are passionate about what we do, and we pursue the best, pioneering new intelligent solutions. Our tone is informal, friendly, and constructive. Our jobs are usually project-based and will take place in integrated cross-functional product team.

The Role

You will be responsible for the mechanical design in our next generation hearing aids. You will help ensure that the entire device – including electronics, transducers, and mechanics – is optimally designed for mechanical performance.  

The Responsibilities

As our Mechanical Engineer you primarily will be responsible for:

  • Conceptual design and implementation of product architecture.
  • Detailed part design and maturation using PTC CREO and our PLM system.
  • Design for X, including close collaboration with our simulation teams, inhouse tool shop, Operations, external suppliers, etc.
  • Specification and documentation according to Design Control requirements and internal guidelines.
  • Prototype builds for early verification and proof-of-concept.
  • Verification and validation of design output in collaboration with our Test House and System V&V teams.
  • Collaboration with Operations for production release.

Your experience is vital when discussing and choosing between designs, parts and materials, and your job includes feasibility studies on new ideas and technologies.   

Common Tools Used: PTC CREO, Moldex3D, Abaqus FEA, high-resolution 3D printers. 

Candidate Profile

You must have a professional degree and hands on experience in:

  • Mechanical engineering or related discipline (BSc or MSc)
  • CAD software (super user) preferably PTC CREO.
  • Development of complex and small plastic, metal and rubber parts – preferably for medical devices requiring Design Control.

It would be ideal if your also:

  • Enjoy working with integrated product development from the initial phases to final handover to production.
  • Have a passion for mechanical design and strive to deliver high-quality solutions within the defined project deadlines.

Entry-level applicants with drive and eagerness to learn are welcome to apply as well.

Your Personality

As a person, you value being part of a multi-disciplinary project team and know that collaboration and different views are what it takes to reach the goal. You have an innovative and analytical mindset and a good drive, and you like to show results. 

The corporate language is English, so you need to be fluent in English, both verbally and in writing.

Join WS Audiology

Please submit your application as soon as possible. We will screen and invite candidates for interviews on an ongoing basis, but the latest deadline is the 1st of March, 2021. 

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Lynge / Greater Copenhagen Area

Nymøllevej 6
3540 Lynge Directions

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