GN ReSound

Ballerup - Denmark

Published: April 15, 2015

Would you like to develop and improve our future audio signal processing algorithms? And be part of a team, playing a key role in delivering excellent sound quality for products that make a real difference to people around the world? Then join us at GN ReSound. We are looking for an Audio DSP SW developer to work on our ultra-low power DSP for the future state-of-the-art hearing instrument.

At GN Resound, we are known for great sound quality, design excellence and meaningful solutions that help people with hearing challenges rediscover hearing. Among our latest innovations is ReSound LiNX™, the world’s first made for iPhone® hearing aid.

As our new audio DSP SW Developer, you will join the Algorithm Development Copenhagen team in an international software development group. Working in a project oriented development culture where cross-functional teamwork, innovation and sparring are natural parts of your daily work. We are nine developers and work in close collaboration with research, audiology and hardware when developing audio signal processing software for our hearing instrument and accessory products.

You participate in development phases from definition until release and support. Depending on your experience, you take ownership of various algorithm modules and participate in new technology development with research and other teams. In particular, you:
• Provide innovative and optimal algorithm solutions and assure high quality implementation of these.
• Develop in a test-driven manner and participate during the integration and clinical testing of new features.
• Participate in cross-functional projects ranging from 2-18 months.

Your experience and background
• You hold a degree in Computer or Electrical Engineering, or Computer Science. We have room for both experienced and less experienced candidates.
• You have experience with audio signal processing, Matlab simulations and fixed point processing.
• You also have experience with low-level embedded software development, strong skills within C and assembler programming. Experience with C# is an advantage.
• You speak, read and write English fluently.
• Experience within Continuous Integration development is an advantage.
• Experience in electro acoustics and/or audiology is an advantage.

Would you like to know more?
If the position has caught your attention and you wish to apply, please forward a short cover letter with your motivation for applying along with your resume. If you want to know more about the position, you are welcome to contact Algorithm Development Manager Casper Troelsen, by email: or telephone: +45 40462970.

To apply, please use the Apply button at the bottom of this page or at no later than May 18th, 2015.

About the company
The GN ReSound group is a leading international developer and manufacturer of advanced hearing aids and ear-related diagnostic equipment. The company offers a full range of hearing aids and accessories under the ReSound, Beltone and Interton brand names. Through GN Otometrics, the group also creates innovative solutions for all types of ear-related diagnostics and is the largest global supplier of computerized audiology and hearing-instrument fitting equipment. GN ReSound, which is headquartered in Ballerup, Denmark, has subsidiaries in more than 20 countries and partners in 60 more, and employs 4,075 people.

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