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Open position: eHealth researcher, Eriksholm Research Centre, Denmark

Dear Auditory List,


Please be aware of the following open position. Do not hesitate to share:

eHealth researcher at the Eriksholm Research Centre


DK - Helsingør

Permanent full-time position

Do you have an extensive knowledge of eHealth research and clinical implementation? Do you know what it takes to drive healthcare practice supported by electronic processes and communication? Would you like to be part of developing tomorrow’s eHealth solutions for people with hearing loss and their clinicians? Would you like to become part of a world class audiology research centre? Then you might be the new eHealth researcher we are looking for! This is a permanent full-time position, ideally starting on 1st March 2015.

Your team and tasks
You will become part of the eHealth group consisting of four dedicated researchers with a strong international track record within eHealth research. With your new colleagues, you will be responsible for researching clinical audiology solutions supported by electronic processes and communication. You will research solutions that address the needs of people with hearing impairment and their clinicians. Your research will not only generate publications, but will also transform the clinical practice of clinicians, as well as the operations of large health care providers.

Our Eriksholm DNA is applied science, so at our research centre you will conduct world class research in close collaboration with leading scientists around the world. You will also develop strong skills in industrial product development, bringing your ideas to fruition together with a broad range of colleagues within William Demant such as Research & Development, Sales & Marketing, and Oticon Medical.

Your tasks will include:

·         Need analysis of people with hearing loss and clinicians

·         Requirements analysis of stakeholders within William Demant

·         Clinical research idea generation, research design, and research conduction

·         Research presentation (oral and written)

·         Implementation of research results in our products and services

Your background
We expect you to have a PhD in an eHealth-related field such as clinical health sciences (medicine, nursing, etc), medical engineering, epidemiology, biostatistics, or related social sciences (health economics, psychology, etc). You have a strong interest in research translation and implementation.

On a personal level, you can work independently as a researcher but you also thrive working as part of a team. You see taking on new tasks as rewarding and challenging and you do so without hesitation. You have a friendly, open attitude, and thrive in a role requiring you to be in contact with a broad range of stakeholders.

We expect you to be fluent in both oral and written English.

Want to join the team?
Then send your application today, as we are currently screening applications. Deadline for the application is January 11th 2015. See
www.job.oticon.com to apply online. Interviews are expected to take place 19-23 January 2015.

If you would like to know more about the position, please contact Ariane Laplante-Lévesque, Research Manager at +45 4829 8924.

We are looking forward to hearing from you.

About Eriksholm Research Centre
Eriksholm Research Centre is part of the William Demant Holding Group; a leading international hearing health care company that develops, manufactures and sells products and equipment designed to aid people with hearing loss in their individual communication. Focus areas are: Hearing Devices, Diagnostic Instruments and Personal Communication. The Group operates in a global market with more than 8.500 employees and revenues of over DKK 9 billion.


Best wishes,




Ariane Laplante-Lévesque

Project Manager / Research Audiologist

Eriksholm Research Centre
Rørtangvej 20
3070 Snekkersten
Direct:     +45 4829 8924
Website: www.eriksholm.com


Eriksholm pursues audiological
discoveries with the potential to
significantly enhance end-user
benefits in future hearing care.
We work in close collaboration
with academic research institutions,
clinicians and end-users, and being
part of Oticon ensures that our scien-
tific insights are applied in solutions
that empower people with hearing loss.

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Linköping University
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