New ZealandExciting opportunity to get stuck in to product development!Fisher and Paykel Healthcare are a world leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of medical devices, exporting to over 120 countries globally.
We are proud to make products that help people.Working in this high-performing, successful team, you can feel confident in putting forward your ideas to drive improvements, in challenging the status quo and being involved in solving interesting, challenging problems.
You have the chance to gain varied experience by working through the full development lifecycle, & adding your design flair to develop new features and products.
We utilise state of the art tools, methods and development infrastructure to deliver optimal results in patient care.You have experience with microcontrollers and using C / C++ to develop real-
time embedded software with an uncompromising dedication to quality. You can confidently debug embedded software, test at all software test levels, and interpret electronic design schematics.
Your interest in architecture, control systems, communications, and product test automation is an advantage. A great communicator, you enjoy working collaboratively and taking the initiative to drive for results.
You may be a recent Graduate with BEng, BTech or BSc (Computer Systems / Software / Electrical / Mechatronics or Postgrad, and / or have up to 2 years' experience.
If you'd like to be part of an exciting, growing business, this could be the role for you. Apply todayReasonable AccommodationsAs an Equal Opportunity Employer, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare is committed to providing reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities.
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