Now hiring: Qt specialists for vacancies at high tech companies in The Hague and Gouda



  • Currently I am looking for multiple Qt/C++ software engineers (ranging from junior level to mid-senior level) for two different companies which develop high tech devices. One company, a medical devices company is located in The Hague (three vacancies) at a location easily accessible by public transport and the other, a camera technology based company is located in Gouda.

    The company is the Hague has the following vacancy:

    i-Optics is a leading pioneer in the development of superior eye diagnosis solutions that are affordable, fast and easy to use by care providers to better serve patients across the world in the most convenient way. Our product pipeline includes the EasyScan, Cassini and EyePrevent. The EasyScan is a fast and easy to use retinal imaging system based on SLO technology for the diagnosis of Diabetic Retinopathy, AMD and Glaucoma. The Cassini is a first of its kind corneal topographer based on the principle of color coded topography, which allows for superior diagnosis for contact lens fitting, corneal transplant and LASIK surgery. EyePrevent is an integrated service for screening of diabetes patients and others on retinal diseases that could lead to blindness.
    The initial product development phase leading to the first products is successfully finished and i-Optics is now making the transition from R&D to Marketing & Sales. We are looking for ambitious professionals to take on this challenge together and make the difference.
    Currently i-Optics employs approximately 30 people. In addition, there is an international distribution network and a new office in the U.S.A. . The objective is to employ 50 people within 2 years. The corporate culture can be described as collaborative, creative and always striving to improve in order to be the best. Ultimately, i-Optics wants to contribute to better healthcare around the world.

    What do we offer?
    When you work for i-Optics you have customer focus and colleague focus. We are proactive and pragmatic. We deliberately prefer employees who have a proven track record so we can give them the freedom to be successful in their line of work.
    The Qt/C++ software developer works within the product development team. Main goal is to improve the quality of the images and to expand the opportunities of image processing to identify diseases in an early stage. We also develop an easy to use and intuitive graphical user interface.

    Responsibilities:

    • Design & implement software in compliance with FDA/CE medical standards based on requirements, using UML and C++ in combination with Qt.
    • Work with one of - or a combination of the following techniques:
      ** image processing and pattern recognition
      ** advanced GUI development
      ** secure connectivity and data security (encryption)
      ** real-time data acquisition and data processing,
      ** advanced SQL manipulation.

    Who will you be working with?
    The software development team consists of 7 people, managed by the project manager R&D and is growing rapidly. You will work together with other engineering disciplines like Electrical-, Optical- and Mechanical engineering and with other departments like Marketing & Sales, Operations, Service and QA/RA.

    Who are we looking for?
    You have at least:

    • A bachelor in ICT or another relevant area
    • Some experience in C++ programming
    • 0-5 years of experience in software development using an Object Oriented language

    You are:

    • Committed to results
    • Proactive, a self-starter and have a can-do attitude
    • Flexible and able to handle ever changing situations
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Team player
    • Able to communicate in Dutch or English

    Interested?
    Send your CV to recruitment@stribosengineering.com
    For more information, please call Tycho Stribos, project manager at +31 70 8200497.


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