Jobs at Brainlab

Founded in Munich, Germany in 1989, Brainlab develops, manufactures and markets software-driven medical technology, enabling access to improved, more efficient, less-invasive patient treatments. Our key to success is our creative, talented and hard-working team, which consists of 1400 dedicated and inspiring individuals in 19 offices worldwide. To succeed in reaching our targets, we are seeking committed colleagues who can stand behind our core values of inspiration, simplicity and integrity:

Project Engineer - Surgical Robotic Application


Our R&D Robotics Team is looking for a new Project Engineer. You will be part of a growing motivated team that enables novel robotic surgical procedures in the field of neurosurgery, trauma surgery and orthopedics. Your work includes the complete development cycle of medical devices, from the inception of new concepts over to their implementation up to the clinical assessment of the performance of the resulting device. Your contribution has an impact on daily work in hospitals around the world.

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Your main tasks will include:

  • Development of medical components for spinal and cranial procedures
  • Clinical evaluation & validation
  • Communication with suppliers, development partners, manufacturers and internal teams
  • Taking over own area of responsibility within the project
  • Identification, establishment and drive cooperation with international external partners on system, component and service level
  • Performance and/or coordination of functional tests of medical devices
  • Creation of complete technical documentation according to international and company standards
  • Maintenance activities for documentation of existing medical products


  • Education in engineering, physics, computer science or other natural science
  • Previous experience in the design of devices with at least medium complexity
  • Experience with technical documentation for medical devices
  • Clinical knowledge in areas of spinal and cranial procedures would be beneficial
  • Fluent written and spoken English, German is a strong plus
  • Well organized and clearly structured working style
  • High documentation quality standards
  • Good communication skills

We are looking for proactive people eager to learn and grow, bring their own ideas and make the difference!


  • working in a team of great colleagues who help and support each other
  • seeing your work making a positive impact on the daily work of clinicians around the world
  • 30 days of vacation, plus 24.12. and 31.12.
  • flexible working hours
  • free gym courses with showers and changing rooms
  • secure bicycle storage room
  • unlimited coffee, tea and water
  • excellent subsidized restaurant
  • regular after-work, team & company events
  • comprehensive training and continuing education opportunities

A position at Brainlab means that you’ll be part of a professional business environment working together with an excellent international team. You will be a valued member of a team of likeminded individuals. You’ll be assessed fairly and given great opportunities based on your performance.

Ready to apply? We look forward to receiving your online application including your first available start date and desired salary.

Contact person: Géraldine Endres