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Development Engineer in Nationwide Sweden at HemoCue America

Date Posted: 2/7/2019

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Job ID: HEM000580

About Us

HemoCue, acquired by Radiometer Medical ApS in April 2013, is a global leader in point-of-care testing. HemoCue AB (Ängelholm, Sweden), introduced in 1982 the first accurate, near-patient hemoglobin test. The company also sells point-of-care tests for glucose, urine albumin, HbA1c, total and differential white blood cell count. Further information, visit

Radiometer - Make an impact on life. The difference between life and death can be just a few minutes. Radiometer’s diagnostic equipment is of crucial importance to doctors all over the world in their effort to diagnose critically ill patients quickly and accurately. From biotech and software specialists to financial controllers and engineers, all 2500 colleagues are committed and dedicated in their effort to make an impact on the life of others with our high-quality solutions. Radiometer’s leading position in the market has been secured over the last 50 years. Together we continue to raise the bar in acute care and constantly develop in new areas. Radiometer has an annual turnover of more than DKK 3 billion and is owned by US-based Danaher Corporation.


HemoCue R&D is expanding and are strengthening the Sustaining and Legacy department. We are now looking for an Development Engineer with skills covering the broader range of engineering disciplines rather than the specific, to join our team at HemoCue in Ängelholm.

As a Development Engineer within sustaining engineering you will work in a cross functional engineering environment including both electronics, Software and Mechanical, with focus on the complete system. You will work cross-functional interfaces to other parts of organization, close contact to HemoCue offices abroad and external suppliers.

We offer you an exciting possibility to join our fantastic team creating tomorrows solution for point of care testing to help caregivers make diagnostic decisions that save lives.

Your responsibilities and tasks will include:

•         Investigating incoming complaints on our products, root cause investigations, PSP

•         Coordinating and planning of sustaining engineering tasks

•         Project management and coordinating of activities


•         University degree within engineering (computer science, electronics, physics or similar)

•         Experience from Medical Device industry is a merit

•         Experience from Electronic engineering is a merit

Good knowledge of Swedish and English in speech and writing are essential.

As a person you are a team player, efficient, structured and solution-oriented and who likes a fast pace. You find it easy to communicate with other people and enjoy working in a company that is driven by continuous improvement, both in terms of equipment and processes.

Interviews will be held as soon as relevant candidates have been identified

Interviews will be held as soon as relevant candidates have been identified. Send your application via We are not able to receive your application by other means than through “jobbsidan“. Please bring diplomas for face-to-face interviews. Any application by mail or e-mail will be returned.

We offer you

A unique opportunity to work in the field of medical technologies, where knowledge sharing and professional respect combine to make it both fun and meaningful to go to work. Both in Sweden and abroad you will meet enthusiastic colleagues who take pride in making a difference in a company whose products can truly impact other people's lives. We offer you 'freedom with responsibility', opportunities for training and career development.

We are looking forward to receiving your application no later than 2019-02-28.

For further information, please contact Program Manager, Niklas Westerlund, tel. +46 734 14 02 93.

Union contacts: Mikael Godolakis, Unionen +46 431 48 14 66 or Robert Harr, Akademikerföreningen, +46 431 48 14 25.

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Danaher Corporation Overview

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