We are seeking an Intermediate Software Engineer for our growing company. Reporting to the Senior Research and Development Engineer, the Intermediate Software Engineer will apply their strong technical and engineering skills and experience to execute ambitious product launches. In this role, you will be responsible for developing both stand-alone software applications and applications designed to support mechanical and electrical components for cardiovascular device test equipment. You will have ownership of the design from the initial concept stage through to a complete release to manufacturing. These devices will be sold to a global customer base and will bring safer medical devices to market more quickly.
Please see the Job Description to learn about the finer details of this position.
ViVitro Labs provides testing services and equipment to support the continued innovation of cardiovascular devices with a focus on heart valve replacement and repair. An internationally recognized and trusted source for testing expertise, ISO 17025 certified, and with a reputable history of more than 25 years, ViVitro Labs is a small company relied upon by hundreds of organizations in over 40 countries for their consulting and custom engineering solutions to test the industry’s most advanced cardiovascular devices. ViVitro Labs works closely with universities, medical device manufacturers and regulatory agencies to support their research, regulatory, and production requirements. As a leader in the heart valve testing industry, ViVitro is an active participant in several ISO working groups.
ViVitro Labs is a small, tight-knit team looking for significant growth in the coming 5 years.
Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply in confidence to TallSky Consulting with a resume and a covering letter that includes your salary expectations, and describes how your education and experience meet the requirements of this position.
We thank all applicants who apply; however only those selected for consideration will be contacted. No phone calls please.