Project Engineer - Maternity leave cover
Join our dedicated team, and become part of a company applying state-of-the-art technology to improve the lives of millions of diabetics worldwide.
At RSP Systems A/S, we are developing a non-invasive glucose meter based on Raman spectroscopy. We are striving to bring painless glucose monitoring to diabetic patients all over the world. To strengthen our development efforts, we are looking for a new colleague, who can handle the ever-changing working environment, a research and development company finds itself in.
The Project Development Team works with various deadlines across different fields of expertise ranging from optics and electronics to mechanical and software development. As we are a small development department we are looking for a candidate who is willing and able to work with many different tasks and support the rest of the department. We are in need of a colleague preferably with a technical understanding who is able to test, validate, and ensure high-quality documentation in order to reach the milestones set.
In the position you will furthermore:
- Support the technical project manager in the execution of the project plan
- Run the biocompatibility plan in collaboration with the test house
- Support partners in user studies and documentation updates
- Development of documentation
We offer an inspiring environment, where getting the job done requires not only a strong professional skill set but also a sense of ingenuity and creativity. Our working environment is characterised by swift decisions and continuous development, and we will need you to perform the job with high attention to detail.
You could have recently graduated as an Integrated Design engineer, Welfare Technology engineer, or similar or have a few years of working experience; most importantly, is your focus on delivering results, and your ability to perform within a team.
If you have experience with medical devices, it’s definitely a plus. If you don’t already - you will get it.
The ideal candidate must meet several of the following criteria:
- Have attention to detail
- Able to balance several tasks at the same time
- Work well with deadlines
- Good communication skills. Verbal and written - both Danish and English
Work location: This position will report to the Project Director and is located in the Southern part of Odense, close to the freeway and public transportation.
Contact and application
Kindly send your application either via mail to our address at Sivlandvænget 27C, 5260 Odense S (address it to HR), in person (to HR), or to our email address firstname.lastname@example.org (preferably through a secure Gmail account to ensure encryption of your data.)
Ideally, the candidate will be able to start 01/09.2019.
Deadline for applications is 22/08-2019 but applications are continuously reviewed.
About RSP Systems A/S:
RSP Systems A/S is dedicated to improving the health and quality of life of people worldwide through its unique and patented solution for non-invasive diagnostics. The first targeted application is a product line of non-invasive glucose monitors, which will provide diabetics with a convenient, pain-free alternative to the current invasive solutions, which require finger pricking to extract blood onto an expensive test strip. Self-monitoring of glucose is a key element in efficient diabetes management and constitutes a global market exceeding USD 10 billion annually. Other potential applications include measurement of alcohol and lactate.
RSP’s technology is based on a direct optical detection principle, Raman spectroscopy, a mature technology to which RSP has developed and patented improvements enabling the measurement of concentrations of various substances in the interstitial fluid (tissue fluid surrounding the cells of the body) non-invasively through the skin. Proof-of-concept for glucose monitoring in diabetics has been demonstrated through pilot trials in collaboration with Odense University Hospital in Denmark.
RSP Systems A/S was founded in 2006 as a spin-out from the Biophotonics Group at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU). Today, the company employs a small organization and leverages its resources by partly outsourcing its development activities to an established network of suppliers and partners in Europe, North America, and Asia.