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  • Electronic Engineer Power Management Bern
  • Sonova Group in Bern, , Switzerland
  • jobs
  • 1 month ago

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You enjoy creating and innovating. You never stop striving for better. You take responsibility and you get results. You love being part of a team. Above all, you want your work to matter:
Welcome to our world! At Sonova we create sense by bringing sound to life. Our innovative hearing care solutions help millions of people enjoy life’s unforgettable moments.

We offer exceptional career opportunities through market-leading brands from consumer to medical, products and services that keep pushing hearing care forward, and a culture where you can quickly belong and perform at your best.
If you want the freedom to explore, opportunities to grow, and make positive change on people lives through your work, this is the place for you.
Join Sonova. Create sense.
Electronic Engineer Power Management Research & Development delivers hearing solutions and services for people with hearing loss, hearing care professionals, and further related people... in the form of hearing instruments, accessories, web services, mobile applications, and PC software.
Developing and testing power management circuits and battery cells is your passion. Your experience in power system infrastructure will build further on our success. Embedded in an international R&D team, you will support product creation by ensuring optimal use of power sources in hearing instruments and their accessories.

You will use state-of-the-art technologies to develop the best-in-class products.
Electrical measurement and characterization of power management systems:
Specify, verify, and integrate power management circuits with non-rechargeable and rechargeable battery cells
Battery cells and hearing instrument modelling:
Create and validate electrical models for load, power consumption and battery cell performance prediction
Define battery management system algorithms and provide guidelines for hardware and firmware design to ensure correct use of power management circuit and optimize power consumption
Contribute to debugging power management systems and ensure continuous platform improvement
Follow technology trends on power management systems, their characterization and integration

Your profile
Degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering, Microelectronics, or related field
Experienced in power management for low power embedded devices

Experience with non-rechargeable and rechargeable battery cells
Proactively bring game-changing ideas into the product roadmap
Skilled in programming (e.g. MATLAB, Python, etc.)
Flair for debugging and experience with data analysis
Structured and quality-conscious working style with willingness to work in a distributed, diverse collaboration environment
Fluent in English (spoken and written)
Our offer
We can offer you a new challenge, with interesting tasks and much more – including an open corporate culture, flat hierarchies, support for further training and development, opportunities to take on responsibility, an excellent range of foods, sports and cultural facilities, attractive employment conditions, and flexible working time models in various roles.
Employment level 80-100%.
Pascal Spycher, Talent Acquisition Manager, is looking forward to receiving your complete application (cover letter, CV, references, and certificates) via our online job application platform.
For this vacancy only direct applications will be considered.
Sonova is an equal opportunity employer. We team up. We grow talent. We collaborate with people of diverse backgrounds to win with the best team in the market place. We guarantee every person equal treatment in regard to employment and opportunity for employment, regardless of a candidate’s ethnic or national origin, religion, sexual orientation or marital status, gender, genetic identity, age, disability or any other legally protected status.

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