Advanced Software Engineer (m/f/d) - Partnerships

 StepStone ·  16.05.2019 ·  Saalfeld, Puchheim ·  TRUMPF Medizin Systeme GmbH + Co. KG


Trumpf Medical develops and manufactures medical equipment for operating rooms, intensive care units, and related clinical areas that provide high quality support for hospital staff and the efficient and safe care of patients. In hospitals and especially in the operating room, rapid, smooth workflows are of life-saving importance. Digital systems and automated devices are becoming more prevalent in order to help streamline workflows, improve user comfort and promote patient safety. In consideration of these developments, Trumpf Medical is setting new standards with its OR solutions.

Trumpf Medical is a part of Hill-Rom. Hill-Rom, with three global business units, has a comprehensive product line that delivers solutions in hospitals, doctors’ offices and long-term care facilities. With sales of approximately $2.7 billion, the Company employs more than 10,000 people around the world. It is pursuing an aggressive organic and acquisition strategy for growth.

We are looking for an Advanced Software Engineer (m/f/d) - Partnerships for our location in Saalfeld or Puchheim who remotely joins our software development team from Cary, US North Carolina.


Preparing and maintaining software development plans in close cooperation with the Scrum Master for the Long-term Planning of Software Development

Derivation of a software architecture based on software requirements and based on the product system architecture

Implementation of new software features in an agile environment in compliance with legal and operational guidelines (e.g. IEC 62304)

Software verification and validation through code reviews and automated testing within our continuous integration setup

Documentation of software according to IEC 62304

Abstraction, creation and documentation of software requirements

Close cooperation with international development partners (Germany, USA)



Successfully completed studies in computer science, electrical engineering or similar training

Several years of professional experience, preferably in the field of medical engineering

Very good Knowledge in Object Oriented Embedded C, C++ and Python

Good knowledge in make, shell scripting, UML, state machines, Design Patterns, CAN-Open, RTOS and Linux

Agile mindset and fun solving complex challenges in a young dynamic team

Negotiation-confident English skills as well as teamwork skills and communication skills

Readiness to travel to Germany (occasionally) and to our partners and Cary (frequently)




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