Student assistant for software development
Are you a skilled software developer, eager to develop within a medtech company that strives to revolutionize the market for clinical biomarker and virus tests? And would you like to go to work knowing that you contribute to getting innovative treatments and devices to people who need them faster? Join us in a position as student assistant for software development at Qlife.
Qlife focuses on enabling tests at home. As a complement to tests in healthcare, access to important health information is facilitated, which can contribute to better treatment and potentially prevent diseases. Our product The Egoo, a small fist sized and portable device, analyzed testing is provided. The tests can be made from mouth swab, and takes 5-30 minutes for most tests. Results are qualitative on par with existing laboratory tests. The tests are run from a laptop and the results are shown instantaneously.
About The Team
Qlife is growing and looking for a new colleague to join our dedicated team. At Qlife we are working in an innovative and creative environment where we, together, want to make an impact towards our long term goal of giving people access to safe and validated biomarker data at home. You will become a part of a workplace, where your work helps make a difference for the people who use our product. As a team we focus on creating a motivating environment within and across projects - and last but not least having fun along the way.
Are you our new SW student assistant? Send your application to us through the form below.
Should you have any questions regarding the position, the company or anything in between contact:
Maiken Rosenstierne - email@example.com
As a Software student assistant at Qlife, you’ll play an important role in supporting the development, testing and maintenance of our computers and networks.
programming and configuring prototype medtech devices, executing tests, gathering data and reporting on findings as well as the established KPI’s. You will experience a varied working day in a dynamic organization, working closely with your colleagues.
Your main task will be to program and configure prototype medtech devices, executing tests, gathering data and reporting on the findings, as well as on the established KPI’s.
Further responsibilities will be to:
Program, establish and execute automatic reliability tests
Create templates for test cases and reports in various formats (Docs, PP etc.)
To succeed in this job, we expect you to be at least three years into your Software development studies, which could be at DTU, The IT University or similar. You might have a natural interest in the software aspect of the medtech industry or want to develop your understanding and possibly establish a career within this field.
What we offer the right candidate
This position is expected to be 10-15 hours per week, of course with respect to exam periods with less weekly hours, but you should be flexible also in terms of putting in extra hours in the vacation periods of your studies.
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