Embedded Software Engineer with English

Meet your

Carolina March
  • English
  • Spanish

A leading biomedical company is looking for someone ready to proactively bring new ideas to the team, push boundaries, and constantly look for innovation. The company believes in shared success and diverse ways of thinking, here you’ll learn, grow, and advance in an innovative culture.

As an Embedded Software Engineer you will play a pivotal role in shaping healthcare innovation by developing and testing embedded systems, crafting firmware, and executing intricate test setups. Bring your expertise to advance medical technology and make a significant impact. 

If you’re ready to drive the next generation of medical device development, we’re eager to hear from you.


  • Full professional level of English
  • Spanish is a plus 

Main Responsibilities

  • Assist in translating system requirements into embedded system specifications
  • Assess technical feasibility and contribute to technical concepts
  • Establish embedded hardware and firmware architecture
  • Set up the embedded development environment
  • Utilize Agile and CI/CD principles for quality and performance
  • Design embedded systems and develop firmware
  • Perform functional analysis and create system designs
  • Develop automated and manual tests for verification of embedded systems
  • Ensure compliance with relevant standards (e.g., ISO62304, ISO60601, ISO14971)
  • Maintain traceability between requirements and tests
  • Create verification plans for electronics and firmware
  • Contribute to configuration management and technical/design/milestone reviews
  • Generate intellectual property
  • Understand DFR/DFM/DFT (Design for Reliability, Design for Manufacturing and Design for Test), including concept engineering, modeling, analysis, sensitivity, and stress analysis
  • Work intensively with Quality, Regulatory, Clinical and Project Management on the formal product development processes, and perform design and phase reviews

  • Follow change request processes

Core Skills/experience

  • At least 5 years of industry experience, ideally in regulated environments like (implantable) medical devices or in another highly regulated environment (e.g., defense, aeronautics, automotive)
  • Bachelor's or Master’s degree in a relevant engineering discipline e.g., computer science
  • Strong engineering background, e.g., electronics, software (embedded), mechatronics, computer science
  • Proficiency in programming languages like C, C++, Python, and VHDL
  • Knowledge of electronic simulation and design tools such as Cadence, PSPice, and Altium
  • Experience with agile processes, continuous development, integration, and test automation
  • Understanding of communication protocols like I2C, SPI, and UART
  • Ability to identify areas for improvement and develop execution plans
  • Familiarity with software build and test infrastructures like Jenkins, GIT, and Cucumber
  • Familiarity with agile methodologies and tools e.g. Jira
  • Self-motivated, proactive, and able to work in diverse teams
  • Flexible, service-minded, analytical, reliable, pragmatic, and results-driven
  • Strong communication and presentation skills

What’s on offer

  • Permanent contract

  • Hybrid working model

  • Private Health Insurance

  • 23 vacation days per year + 24th and 31st of December
  • A collaborative environment with a great team where innovative ideas flourish

  • Meaningful and challenging projects that have a positive impact on the industry and society as a whole

  • Payflow & Flexflow

  • Training bonus for professional development

  • Relocation Package

Our recruitment process

Step 1: Interview with our Recruiter to get to know you better

Step 2: Technical Interview with the Hiring Manager

Step 3: Interview with Head of HR

Step 4: Coffee chat with CEO