200114_CAN - Intern
Boston Scientific Corporation
Montréal, QC
Software Development Intern

Are you looking for an internship that will make a difference?

Great opportunity to be part of a fast-paced medical device company developing lifesaving therapy. We are looking for highly motivated Software Development Intern to support in the development of GUI and other software applications.

Ø Product Development

GUI development
Software tools development
Design, invent and/or improve products that demonstrate substantial market demand
Improve, verify, and/or validate existing products
Troubleshoot and diagnose issues with equipment and devices
Development of written material such as product specification sheets and operational manuals
Design Documentation
Validate & test prototype designs ensuring to meet applicable regulatory expectations
Work closely with sales and marketing departments to establish product launch strategies
Work closely with quality departments to ensure product quality during production
Maintain Technical Files, DHF, DMR other necessary documentation

Software Engineering program (3 rd or 4 th year) or Masters degree program

Knowledge of :
C++, C#, C, Python
XAML and styling user controls for GUI
Windows embedded standard 7 configuration
Knowledge of BlueTooth, CanBus, USB, I2C an asset

Strong troubleshooting and problem solving skills
Excellent communication skills; fluent English (oral & written), working French

If you feel that you have the skills required for this position and would like to be part of this exciting opportunity, apply now.

Cryterion Medical is a Boston Scientific Company (www.bostonscientific.com)

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only candidates to be interviewed will be contacted.

Please submit your resume in Word format to facilitate the delivery of your application.

Cryterion Medical is a Boston Scientific Company (www.bostonscientific.com)

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