We are always looking for talent.

Who we are

Adaptive Sensory Technology was founded by a team of Harvard Medical School scientists, digital photography entrepreneurs, and Google employees. Our motto is "smarter testing for better health" and we are building a platform for intelligent medical devices and data analytics with a focus on ophthalmological solutions.

Our first product already has received regulatory approval and is in use in clinical trials by major pharma companies in North America and Europe. We are now poised to grow our portfolio of digital solutions to transform ophthalmological care.

What we are looking for

Software Developer Digital Health (f/m/d)

for our German development offices in Munich and L├╝beck (fully remote work possible for suitable candidates).

You will work with our engineering team to develop software for existing and novel medical devices. In a small team, you can wear multiple hats throughout the day and work on diverse topics, ranging from algorithms and systems engineering through cybersecurity and DevOps to UX. Our tech stack comprises C++, Java, Javascript and Linux/Android.

Who you are

You should already have some software development experience, ideally in one of the technologies listed above. Above all, you should be able to demonstrate that you are willing to take on challenges, learn, and deliver results.

English is the working language of our multinational team with business headquarters in San Diego and the engineering team located in Germany.

What we offer

With a small team, we validated our technology and established ourselves as a quality leader in the clinical trials market, serving most of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world.

Joining our team at this stage is a unique opportunity to put your mark on the growth of a company, and to positively impact the lives and health of millions of people. You will have ample room to broadly develop your skills.

We are offering a competitive salary and flexible working-from-home arrangements.

How to apply

Send an e-mail to with your application in a single pdf file. Informal enquiries may be directed at