Development Engineer - Growing Company

£66790 - £80148 per annum
Oct 04, 2016
Nov 03, 2016
Fraser Lowry
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Full Time

One of my growing clients in Switzerland are searching for a Development Engineer to join them on a permanent basis. As Development Engineer you will be required to create concepts, get ideas, add innovation and consider how devices will be considered and how equipment should look.

Other responsibilities will include troubleshooting, clean room work, project management, risk analysis, review documentation some testing but this is not an integral part.

The ideal candidate must speak German and have an educational background as either an engineer or a master of science. Being a small team industry experience is required preferably within the medical device industry however solar, watches, micro industry or instruments will also be considered. FDA knowledge would be useful because this is what process is used in the client.

The position offers a competitive salary of 100,000 - 120,000 CHF however this will be judged upon previous experience.

If you have previous experience as a research and development engineer and speak fluent German please send your CV in word format and contact me to discuss the role in further detail by emailing me at or contacting me on +41 435 0808 16 asking for Fraser.

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