job opening at Siemens Audiological Engineering (Kortekaas Reinier )

Subject: job opening at Siemens Audiological Engineering
From:    Kortekaas Reinier  <reinier.kortekaas(at)SIEMENS.COM>
Date:    Thu, 30 Oct 2003 13:11:04 +0100

Dear List: Siemens Audiological Engineering is a leading manufacturer of hearing systems on a worldwide scale. At our headquarters in Erlangen, Germany, we currently have an immediate job opening for an Audiological Research Engineer (for a detailed description, please see below). This job opening is additional to the job opening posted on the list earlier this year. At Siemens Audiological Engineering, a wide range of professional opportunities in research and development await you, as well as a young, motivated, and dynamic team. Through skilled application of our innovative technological research we aim to enhance the quality of life of people around the globe. We look forward to meeting successful applicants for this position. For more information on this job opening, we invite you to contact Volkmar Hamacher Group leader signal processing and audiological research Volkmar.Hamacher(at) Phone: ++49 (0)9131 3083370 _______________________________________________________________________ Position: R&D engineer in audiology Responsibilities to design, develop, and evaluate fitting strategies for new digital hearing instruments to initiate, design and supervise audiological field tests and clinical trials to carry out and evaluate tests with subjects and electroacoustic measurements of hearing instruments to participate in basic research projects on auditory perception, hearing-instrument fitting and signal processing to support the definition of new signal-processing schemes for digital hearing instruments to support product management and marketing with audiological expertise to support the audiological specification of new products to author scientific papers and presentations Education M.Sc degree (or equivalent) in physics, electrical or medical engineering, or audiology. Preferably Ph.D. Experience Experience with teams having diverse backgrounds and with international cooperation Preferably professional audiological experience (clinical, research or industry) Preferably project experience (either as project leader or as team member) Skills Cooperation in project teams Communication Analytical skills Motivational skills Goal oriented Customer oriented _______________________________________________________________________

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