We employ flexible methods and corresponding tools like Jira and Confluence. Since we are an international team, English is our project language. Most of the communication takes place in our team chat because not all colleagues are always at the office at the same time.What is the most important attribute to have if you want to work in software development?
Curiosity and stamina. You always have to leave "your" world and think outside the box. Our systems are highly complex. The challenge is to always find a solid solution that fits into the existing architecture and doesn’t bring negative side effects.Which areas of development do you cover?
We build prototypes, test them from the UX point of view, implement new features, maintain existing software, make adaptations for new hardware, automate our hardware and software tests and help with support for complex customer issues.Why is working in software development especially fun at Teufel?
The wide range of topics that we work with makes the work interesting. We get together for a so-called Team Friday every two weeks and test out crazy ideas. Despite the start-up atmosphere, Teufel is also a very family-friendly employer.
I measure, test and develop prototypes in the electronics laboratory. Together with the engineers, we are designing the products and technology of the future.Tell us more about your Teufel story.
I started my apprenticeship as an electronics technician for devices and systems at Teufel in 2011 and, since my graduation, have since become an integral part of the development team.
Our acoustics team is highly focused on innovation, taking full advantage of an inspiring and challenging work environment. We develop acoustic concepts for new products, build prototypes, tune our speakers for optimal sound and check their performance with our measurement equipment and extensive listening tests: all in order to deliver the most exciting sound to our customers.Which skills does one need to work as an acoustics engineer at Teufel?
Passion for good sound, trained ears and a solid experience in the field of electroacoustics and loudspeaker design are essential requirements, as well as innovation-oriented thinking and the will to work in an interdisciplinary team with the common aim of first-class audio quality.