WS Audiology combines over 140 years of experience in pioneering better solutions to help people with hearing loss. With a passion for impact, our around 12.000 employees are committed to achieving our purpose: wonderful sound for all. With brands like Signia, Widex, Audio Service, Rexton and Vibe, and with diverse assets across wholesale, retail, online, managed care and diagnostic solutions, we are active in over 125 markets. Going beyond together, we achieve annual revenues of around EUR 2 billion.
We are expanding our R&D BTE Concept Development team in order to meet the strong demand for premium hearing aids. As part of the global R&D powerhouse of WS Audiology, we are developing the next-generation hearing aids across the brands of the WSA family.
Our team is located in Lynge and operates in connection with our sister teams in Germany and Singapore. Also, we collaborate closely with other R&D teams, responsible for amplifiers, RF, and electroacoustics, as well as Operations, when it comes to production processes – it’s an exciting opportunity to work on solutions from a holistic perspective and to learn from proficient discipline experts in the process.
As an ideal Mechanical Design Engineer, you will create designs using PTC Creo/Windchill PLM systems. You will research new technologies and provide innovative solutions to solve problems and meet design goals for new products.
Most of our mechanical components are high-precision injection molded parts, but we also develop metal and elastomer parts and hybrid mechatronic modules. Your primary work lies within the early concepting of solutions for our products and the detailed development of single sub-systems. When handing over to the product development teams, it will be essential to ensure the proper transfer of knowledge and background for the solutions.
In this role you will be dealing with:
- Development of concepts and/or products in line with the market, user, and production needs,
- Mechanical design of plastic, rubber, and metal parts,
- Part maturation and design for assembly/manufacturing,
- Troubleshooting and root cause analysis,
- Preparation of CAD models, prototypes, and project documentation,
- Participation in feasibility studies and maturation projects,
- Review of processes, technical solutions, and documentation,
- Occasional support for production issues, engineering changes, and customer complaints,
- Participation in specialist groups and other cross-functional workgroups.
We’re searching for a professional and creative expert who will be able to question the status quo and bring innovative solutions to our organization. To achieve goals in this role, you need to be an experienced engineer proficient in CAD design. It’s also required to have past experiences with plastics and metal parts of small devices.
Degree in mechanical engineering, product design & innovation, or similar. Additional education/experience as a polymer specialist, skilled toolmaker, and/or tool designer can be advantageous.
- A minimum of 3 years of experience with the development of small devices
(experience with medical device development is advantageous).
- Proficiency in CAD programming (preferably PTC CREO).
- Enjoy working with product development involving cross-functional topics and issues.
- Able to achieve significant results based on a robust analytical skillset as well as practical implementation.
Performance and personal competencies:
- Embrace your role as a specialist, be a team-oriented person and approach your tasks with a positive mindset.
- Innovative mind willing to question the status quo,
- Enjoy the challenges of complex mechatronic product development and have an interest in detailed mechanical design.
- Always strive to deliver high-quality solutions within the defined project framework and deadlines.
- High communication skills to work across multiple technical disciplines.
The corporate language is English, so you need to be fluent in English, both verbally and in writing.
At WS Audiology, we enjoy both an informal and team-based approach to our professional work, with a global network of skilled colleagues (R&D sites in Germany and Singapore), a dynamic and varied work environment, and a large degree of freedom under responsibility.
Among other benefits, we offer a favorable pension scheme with health insurance, a sports and arts club, and good canteen facilities. Our Danish headquarter is based in an environmentally friendly and modern facility in Lynge, north of Copenhagen, Denmark.
We review applications on a continuous basis, so please submit your application as soon as possible.