[robotics-worldwide] [jobs] Research Engineer for Prosthetics and Robotics in Ottobock Germany

González, Jose Jose.Gonzalez at ottobock.de
Tue Mar 10 10:47:00 PDT 2020

To strengthen our research team in Duderstadt, Germany, we are looking for a research engineer mechanical development for prosthetics/orthotics.
Research Engineer (m/f/d)
for Prosthetics and Robotics
Your Tasks
Your task will be to research and develop smart exo-prosthetics, orthosis and exo-skeletons. In this context, you will work as part of an international team, cooperating with experienced development engineers from a variety of disciplines (mechatronics, mechanics, biomechanics, orthopedic technologies) in order to substantially improve the quality of life of impaired humans.

  *   Development of mechanical systems and components
  *   Creating ideas for new products, feasibility analysis, effort and cost estimation and cooperation with relevant stakeholders
Your Profile

  *   Graduate of mechanical engineering or equivalent with ideally two years work experience in an industrial environment
  *   Practical experience in the development of mechanical products/components
  *   Experience in biomechanics and simulation software is advantageous
  *   Experienced in use of CAD-systems, preferable CREO and FEM tools
  *   Good knowledge of German or English
We offer you

  *   Attractive salary package with an additional variable bonus
  *   Flexible working time models and home office option
  *   Open corporate culture, regular team events and an exciting international work environment with modern, mobile workplaces
  *   Individual support and further development in the Ottobock Academy's own as well as external further and further training offers
  *   Company pension and wealth-related benefits, health management offers, free coffee and water, and many other benefits that you can expect from Ottobock
If you are interested, please apply here:

Dr. Ing. Jose Gonzalez-Vargas
Research & Innovation Manager, Global Research

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