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Introduction

Vitestro is a fast-growing medical robotic company. We are the first in the world to develop a fully autonomous blood-drawing device using a combination of state-of-the-art A.I. and robotics. With our multidisciplinary team of >30 people we strive to innovate and improve clinical diagnostics, increasing resilience of our healthcare systems.

To strengthen our software development team, we are looking for a Senior Control Software Engineer, who is as passionate about developing medical robotic systems as we are.

Responsibilities

As Senior Control Software Engineer, you will work in one of our scum teams to develop the C++ software for our medical device. You will work on a variety of topics. You will be closely involved in the hardware-software integration which requires close collaboration with our systems/mechanical and electrical engineers. The software needs to run real-time and the hardware module needs to be integrated smoothly with the rest of the system. This will give you a broad overview of our system architecture.

Part of the work will also include developing/maintaining the tooling/infrastructure for visualization, verification, and validation. Last but not least, your code needs to be robust because we are developing a medical device. Patient safety and regulation requirements are paramount.

Job requirements

Who are we looking for? Somebody who…

What is your must-have skillset?

What is your nice-to-have skillset?

What do we offer?

Note: we are NOT looking to work with interim recruiters or recruitment agencies.

Vitestro is a fast-growing medical robotic company. We are the first in the world to develop a fully autonomous blood-drawing device using a combination of state-of-the-art A.I. and robotics. With our multidisciplinary team of >30 people we strive to innovate and improve clinical diagnostics, increasing resilience of our healthcare systems.

To strengthen our software development team, we are looking for an experienced C++ developer/computer vision engineer, who is as passionate about developing medical robotic systems as we are.

Responsibilities

You will be responsible for developing, evaluating and maintaining our real-time vision algorithms of our robotic device. This involves feature extraction from image sensors (using both traditional computer vision and deep learning algorithms), 3D reconstruction, geometric processing, and pattern recognition. Part of this work will also include developing/maintaining the tooling/infrastructure for visualization, annotation, verification, and validation of the algorithms. In addition, you will work on general software engineering tasks, needed to bring a medical robotic device to the market.

In your work, you always keep in mind you are developing a medical device. Patient safety and regulatory requirements are therefore paramount. A considerable part of your work will be spent on (code) reviews, testing, continuous integration, documentation and supporting clinical trials.

Job requirements

Must-have

Nice-to-have

Note: we are NOT looking to work with interim recruiters or recruitment agencies.

Introduction

Vitestro is a fast-growing medical robotic company. We are the first in the world to develop a fully autonomous blood-drawing device using a combination of state-of-the-art A.I. and robotics. With our multidisciplinary team of >30 people we strive to innovate and improve clinical diagnostics, increasing resilience of our healthcare systems.

To strengthen our software development team, we are looking for a junior/medior C++ Software Engineer, who is as passionate about developing medical robotic systems as we are.

Responsibilities

As Control Software Engineer, you will work in one of our scum teams to develop the C++ software for our medical device. You will work on a variety of topics. You will be closely involved in the hardware-software integration which requires close collaboration with our systems/mechanical and electrical engineers. The software needs to run real-time and the hardware module needs to be integrated smoothly with the rest of the system. This will give you a broad overview of our system architecture.

Part of the work will also include developing/maintaining the tooling/infrastructure for visualization, verification, and validation. Last but not least, your code needs to be robust because we are developing a medical device. Patient safety and regulation requirements are paramount.

In short: this is a very broad role which will boost your skillset tremendously! You will be coached by highly experienced software engineers, each with a proven track-record in their field of expertise.

Job requirements

Who are we looking for? Somebody who…

What is your must-have skillset?

What is your nice-to-have skillset?

What do we offer?

Note: we are NOT looking to work with interim recruiters or recruitment agencies.

Introduction

At Vitestro, we are developing an autonomous blood drawing device. Given the global population growth and shortages of healthcare personnel, we strongly believe our innovation will create a lasting, positive impact for clinical diagnostics. 

To strengthen our software development team, we are looking for a Junior/Medior Software Test Engineer, who is as passionate about developing medical robotic systems as we are.

Job description

As Junior/Medior Test Engineer, you will be responsible for testing in one of our software scrum teams. You will ensure that all software developed by your team follows our quality guidelines and adheres to the system- and regulatory requirements. This may include assisting the software engineers to implement/refactor test cases and/or do this yourself.
You make sure the test cases are executed regularly and proactively monitor the results. Naturally, you strive to automate the test cases as much as possible, to improve our continuous integration and deployment environment.

At the end of each development cycle, you will help with system verification/validation. You will make sure all results are reported and anomalies are processed according to our development procedures.

Grasp your opportunity

This position is also open for software engineers wishing to develop themselves as a strong Software Test Engineer, without previous experience in testing.  We will make sure that, in a short period of time, you become a test engineer that understands and masters all relevant aspects of software testing. However, it is important that you are already proficient in Python.

Why continue your career as a Software Test engineer at Vitestro? 

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Recruitment agencies: we are not looking to collaborate.

Introduction

Vitestro is a fast-growing medical robotic company. We are the first in the world to develop a fully autonomous blood-drawing device using a combination of state-of-the-art A.I. and robotics. With our multidisciplinary team of >35 people we strive to innovate and improve clinical diagnostics, increasing resilience of our healthcare systems.

Structure of the software team: the head of software leads the software team. Two software architects are responsible for real-time robot control and the clinical application including vision. A third discipline hospital integration (incl. cloud-based back end) will follow in 2023. Currently, the total software team consists of 11 software engineers, excluding several outstanding vacancies.

Responsibilities

Process & planning responsibilities (1/3 of your time)

Understanding and steering in technology, QA and RA challenges (1/3 of your time)

HR responsibilities (1/3 of your time)

Personal fit

As our ideal candidate:

Job requirements

What is your must-have skillset?

What is your nice-to-have skillset?

What do we offer?

What do you need to know before applying?

As head of software, you will join the management team of Vitestro. You will have a key role in one of the most promising scale-ups in the Netherlands. We have grown the company to 35 highly skilled people within 4 years. We need a go-getter who enjoys reaching its goals. This leadership position is demanding and requires your full focus. Note: this means that if you are looking for a 9 to 5 job, we do not see a match.

For more details on this job:
contact Luuk Giesen: luuk.giesen@vitestro.com

Recruitment agencies: we are not looking to collaborate.

Vitestro is a fast-growing medical robotic company. We are the first in the world to develop a fully autonomous blood-drawing device using a combination of state-of-the-art A.I. and robotics. With our multidisciplinary team of >30 people we strive to innovate and improve clinical diagnostics, increasing resilience of our healthcare systems. To strengthen our team, we are looking for a DevOps engineer, who is as passionate about developing medical robotic systems as we are.

Responsibilities

As a DevOps Engineer, you will work in an agile environment to support our software development life cycle of our medical device. You will work on a variety of topics, ranging from managing the continuous integration/continuous deployment infrastructure, virtualization and configuration management. Of course, you are always happy to help with the other activities, like, building the device operating system, quality monitoring, data management, network/cyber security, support during clinical evaluations, and various other topics.

You always keep in mind that you are developing a medical device. Patient safety and regulatory requirements are therefore paramount. A considerable part of your work will therefore be spent on reviews, testing, documentation and quality management.

You will work frequently outside your comfort zone, with a lot of different novel technologies. In addition, you will collaborate with different disciplines.

Job requirements

Must-have

Nice-to-have

For more details on this job:
Contact Luuk Giesen: luuk.giesen@vitestro.com

Recruitment agencies: we are not looking to collaborate.

Vitestro is a fast-growing medical robotic company. We are the first in the world to develop a fully autonomous blood-drawing device using a combination of state-of-the-art A.I. and robotics. With our multidisciplinary team of >30 people we strive to innovate and improve clinical diagnostics, increasing resilience of our healthcare systems.

To strengthen our software development team, we are looking for an experienced C++ developer/computer vision engineer, who is as passionate about developing medical robotic systems as we are.

Responsibilities

You will be responsible for developing, evaluating and maintaining our real-time vision algorithms of our robotic device. This involves feature extraction from image sensors (using both traditional computer vision and deep learning algorithms), 3D reconstruction, geometric processing, and pattern recognition. Part of this work will also include developing/maintaining the tooling/infrastructure for visualization, annotation, verification, and validation of the algorithms. In addition, you will work on general software engineering tasks, needed to bring a medical robotic device to the market.

In your work, you always keep in mind you are developing a medical device. Patient safety and regulatory requirements are therefore paramount. A considerable part of your work will be spent on (code) reviews, testing, continuous integration, documentation and supporting clinical trials.

Job requirements

Must-have

Nice-to-have

Note: we are NOT looking to work with interim recruiters or recruitment agencies. 

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