UNEEG medical A/S

Lead developer for new embedded software position with BLE experience for medical device development

UNEEG medical A/S Lynge

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UNEEG medical develops, manufactures and sells medical devices. We have recently launched our first product solution for monitoring and analysing brain activity (EEG) for the epilepsy market. UNEEG medical is looking for our next colleague to take up the new position in our embedded engineering team of electronics engineers and embedded software developers. The position as our new embedded lead developer is crucial to the success of our small and growing team.

Our mission is to bring devices to market which will help improve lives of millions of people suffering from epileptic seizures or absences by giving 24/7 insights into brain activities. If there ever was a good mission, this is definitely one of the best ones.

The team you join

Our project is greenfield development at the very edge of low power long term operation. If the associated iterative development process into unknown territory is for you, we will be delighted to hear from you.

A central feature is BLE connectivity including all the challenges associated with security and OTA updates. Currently, we have a very basic knowledge of this area, so you will bring in knowledge and influence on how to succeed in especially this area as well as the whole software build-up.

We work in a medical device regulated world with IEC62304 as the central point of compliance.

The team is a small team of currently 3 embedded developers and 5 electronics engineers. The team is untested in working together although the skills and individual experience level is very high.

We strive to implement Agile and DevOps principles by adopting Agile tools and thinking. The journey has just begun, and you will be an important part of this. We are not set in our ways, and we are working with an ‘always improve’ and collaborative and caring mindset.

What do you bring to the position?

You rest securely in your sharp set of skills which will help us put a fault-free and safe device to market within:

  • Lead developer profile with proven solid embedded software design experience
  • Ability to determine the right level of requirements, and document the path and decisions
  • Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE 5.0+)
  • OTA updating and security
  • Extreme low power embedded software design
  • Agile working principles, such as full stack feature slicing, collaboration
  • Languages: C/C++, Python, XML, JSon, YAML
  • Tools: Azure DevOps, Docker, TSDBs+Grafana, IAR/GCC compiler, Clang, Jira/Confluence

You possess personal skills which enable you to:

  • Show personal power and energy to help your team succeed through your engaging and collaborative manner
  • Work across teams with different priorities
  • “Go do” mindset – if you need it done, you just get started
  • Add to our Agile journey

We are sure that should you apply to the position, we will meet an empathic, and energetic person with the skills to match the responsibility of putting software into medical devices.

At UNEEG medical, we are looking for team members who thrive in an independent and ambitious work environment where curiosity, willingness to learn and a can-do attitude benefit the team in reaching our common goals.

If the above sounds like a challenge you are up to, and you see yourself as an asset to a fast-growing company, please feel free to contact Embedded Systems Team Manager Kim Poulsen (Phone: 2214 5676, E-mail: kipo@uneeg.com) for more information or submit your application and CV.

We will screen and invite candidates for interviews on an ongoing basis so please send your application and CV as soon as possible.


About UNEEG medical A/S

UNEEG medical A/S was founded in 2005 and is owned by T&W Medical A/S, former Widex Group. UNEEG medical A/S is an entrepreneurial and ambitious company, pioneering cognitive technologies that collect, monitor and analyse brain activity (EEG). The devices can be used for medical and diagnostic purposes within epilepsy and detect and alert diabetics of severe hypoglycaemia, hence aiming at improving patients’ quality of life. UNEEG medical A/S employs approximately 75 people and is facing an international market launch which requires a number of new functions and competencies. The office is located in Lynge. Read more at www.uneeg.com.