Exoskeletons - Made in Germany
As our Product Manager (m/f/x), you will support the cross-functional R&D teams in the operational and strategic development of hardware & software applications. You draw on your well-founded practical experience in conception, agile development and the market launch of features and products and act as an interface between the developers and our internal and external stakeholders. You are enthusiastic about new technologies, are goal- and solution-oriented and can easily switch back and forth between tech and business discussions and priorities.
About the role
You are part of the R&D development team and report directly to the CPO. After onboarding, you will be responsible for the development of hardware & software applications on different technological platforms. You will then take responsibility for a specific product and successfully develop it on the market.
Are you interested?
We are looking forward to your application, including your resume, a motivational letter and relevant certificates, to the attention of Mr. Jonathan Silverman | Human Resources by using the application form on our website.
German Bionic, headquartered in Augsburg with bases in Berlin, Boston and Tokyo, is the first German company that develops, builds and markets smart exoskeletons with connected IoT platform services for industrial use and logistics workplaces. German Bionic Cray X was specially designed for people manually handling goods and tools, to reduce compression pressure in the lower back area. Linking robust hardware with the latest cloud and IoT technologies, the German Bionic IO platform is the gateway to highest performance solutions and true integration in enterprise systems. We are looking for talents who want to join us to create the tools for the future.
Our products and services are not only unique, they are also multi-award winners. German Bionic has been awarded the prestigious German Founders Award 2019. Previously, the company and its product Cray X have already won numerous awards, including the Bavarian Founders Award 2019, the Land of the Ideas Award 2018 in the category Human and Machine and the MM Award Automatica 2018.