General Electric Software Engineer (m/f) in Zipf, Austria

About Us:

GE is the world's Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive. Through our people, leadership development, services, technology and scale, GE delivers better outcomes for global customers by speaking the language of industry. Collective Agreement provides a minimum gross salary of € 2.671,90/ month. Salary depends on experience and qualification and might be higher.

Role Summary:

Job Overview: GE Software is looking for an experienced Software Engineer to work on a number of exciting projects that will have a very positive impact on GE’s business.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Development, implementation, documentation and verification of software modules for diagnostic ultrasound systemsRealize innovative ideas together with local system engineers and with external R&D partners based on project oriented cooperationEnhance and refine interfaces for ultrasound hardware based on Microsoft Visual Studi

  • Participate in developing and evaluating new algorithms for these Systems


  • Advanced technical education (University, University of applied science) in computer science, software or medical engineering, mathematics or telematics.Knowledge and experience in C/C++ based on Microsoft Visual Studio

  • Knowledge in following areas is appreciated:

  • Programming experience in C#, .net, MFC and WPF

  • Parallelization of algorithms (Multicore, SSE/AVX, GPU)

  • Signal processing (Filtering, RF Signal Processing, Noise etc.)

  • GPU Programming in Direct3D, CUDA or OpenCLreliability and an ability to work independently

  • Your strength is to work focused on challenging Tasks

  • Very good English language skills

  • Minimum salary of € 2,627.24 gross / month Desired Characteristics:

  • Motivation and dedicated commitment in a globally acting company

  • Knowledge in development of medical products is appreciated Locations: Austria; Zipf