Senior Principal Engineer, System Application Architect Diagnostic/Robotics (m/f/d)

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Position Type

Customer & Sales Support

Working time

  • Regular Fulltime

Place of employment


What we offer:

Your tasks and responsibilities

  • Identify and analyze trends in Digital & Wearable Health, Disposable diagnosis and Industrial applications
  • With your experience and knowledge of directions in these market segments, you define, maintain and disseminate application roadmaps, which include feature evolution and function and technology mapping
  • You propose system topologies, technologies, features and specifications for the Division/Business Lines’ next generation products and components in line with the application roadmap
  • You forge relationships with technical decision makers at key customers and eco-system partners, you position ams as a thought leader and trusted advisor at key customers
  • Identify eco-system partners, lead collaboration projects on technology and solutions development

Your education and experiences

  • PhD or Masters’ degree in electrical engineering / physics
  • At least 5 years of industry experience of defining system architectures in Personal Health and Electronic and Disposable diagnosis, or in Industrial applications
  • You have a proven track record in leading/driving optical system solutions architectures (Sensing, Illumination, Visualization) for leading Medical OEMs or Industrial Manufacturers
  • With your experience in (embedded) software / hardware design you have successfully released OEM products
  • Excellent communication, leadership and collaboration skills. Ability to link long term vision/thinking big into short term choices inspiring the product teams
  • Willing to travel globally according to the needs of the role
  • Semiconductor industry experience is a strong plus

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