Who we are

You enjoy creating and innovating. You never stop striving for better. You take responsibility and you get results. You love being part of a team. Above all, you want your work to matter: Welcome to our world! At Sonova we create sense by bringing sound to life. Our innovative hearing care solutions help millions of people enjoy life’s unforgettable moments.

We offer exceptional career opportunities through market-leading brands from consumer to medical, products and services that keep pushing hearing care forward, and a culture where you can quickly belong and perform at your best.

If you want the freedom to explore, opportunities to grow, and make positive change on people lives through your work, this is the place for you.

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Murten, Switzerland

RF Engineer

Sonova Communications AG, located in Murten, is a company of the Sonova Group. We are the global market leader and Sonova’s competence center for ultra-miniaturized wireless communication systems. Our product offering ranges from communication devices for hearing impaired persons to professional communication solutions for security, industry, and broadcast applications.


Join our mission and become part of our Research & Development team, where you are responsible for the development of radio platforms. You are involved in the design, implementation, and maintenance of wireless communication systems. Your domain of competency focuses on antenna and RF circuit design.


Your tasks


  • Define the architecture of RF solutions and circuits
  • Write technical specifications of RF functions (RF circuits & antenna)
  • Selection of components
  • Perform the simulation of RF circuits 
  • Define verification test plans and perform the verification test of RF modules
  • Participate to product design review and product risk analysis
  • Perform hardware modifications on RF modules
  • Perform troubleshooting related to EMI (Electromagnetic Interferences)
  • Follow-up of product RF certification (test laboratory)
  • IP assessment and IP evaluation
  • Development of prototypes and demonstrators (including PCB design).
  • Technology assessment in RF domain (antenna or transceiver chipset performance)
  • Transfer of antenna concepts into industrial products 
  • Feasibility studies with internal and external partners


Your profile


  • Master’s degree in Electronics or Microelectronics; advantageous to have a major in Radio Frequency
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of proven work experience in antenna design dedicated to wireless systems
  • Experience in electromagnetic simulation (antenna model)
  • Knowledge and experience with RF instrumentation such as vector network analyzers, spectrum/signal analyzers, signal generators, high speed oscilloscopes
  • Experience in analog and digital electronics
  • Experience in PCB design
  • Ability to work effectively in a cross functional engineering team environment
  • Independent, self-driven, committed, and enthusiastic personality
  • Strong solution orientation and communication skills
  • Fluent in English, good knowledge in French and / or German is a plus


Our offer


We can offer you a new challenge, working in teams with engineers and experts, with interesting tasks and much more – including an open corporate culture, flat hierarchies, support for further training and development, opportunities to take on responsibility, attractive employment conditions and flexible working time models in various roles. Employment level 80-100%.


Kira Maurer, Talent Acquisition Manager, is looking forward to receiving your complete application (cover letter, CV, references, and certificates) via our online job application platform.


For this vacancy only direct applications will be considered.


Sonova Communications AG
Herrenschwandweg 4
CH-3280 Murten
+41 58 928 91 00

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