We're writing code
to change health technology 

Wake up: it's runtime at Philips
At Philips, we don’t just write code. We’re writing the future of health technology. Like all pioneers, we
​​​​​​​sometimes fail, but we always try again, until we get it right.
Work on innovative projects that matter
We develop systems, tools and applications that tackle the world's most significant medical and consumer health challenges, such as cardiac disease prevention, cancer diagnosis, and well-being in pregnancy, to name just a few. Project opportunities span the entire healthcare spectrum, from healthy living and disease prevention to diagnosis, treatment and home care innovations.
Be inspired and challenged to reboot the modern-day operating system
We work effectively together, and we bring an honesty and openness to team mates in the drive for success. You will operate in agile environment surrounded by brilliant and brightest people who form our multi-disciplinary teams. Coders work alongside some of the best developers in the world to develop solutions used by consumers, doctors and patients around the globe.

How we hire talent

A good interview is not the only thing that matters.
We want you to be the best at your job. 

Our recruitment process aims to excite you about the prospect of working with us while ensuring we make the best possible hire. If you’re a great candidate, you’ll have the chance to prove it, and we won’t miss out!

First, you’ll go through a thorough technical evaluation using an online assessment tool at the pre-screening stage.

Next, the interview progresses to a more structured format, involving neutral bar-raisers and pair-programming techniques. It’s at this stage where you’ll find yourself challenged in a dynamic, objective and engaging process which will give you a sense of what it's like to work at the forefront of innovation in health technology.
Are you ready?

"What I’m mostly proud of is that I push new technologies into new business. For me it was really important that I could do research in cutting edge tech and working for Philips research I’m able to do it."
Mara Houbraken Software Scientist AI Healthcare
"I thought the games industry was where I’d be. Now when people ask me what I do for my day job, ​​​​​​​I say I write cancer detection software for digital pathology."
Nicola Robinson Senior Software Engineer
"We also have a lot of time exploring new technologies for example angular or cloud services. And it's fun, we get to try new technologies and see what fits best for the product".
Nadia Passinhas Batista Software Engineer Cardiology Informatics
"In a typical week, I might work with 30 different programming languages, 20 different technology stacks, 4 different operating systems, 15 different products, so learning possibilities are limitless".
Simao Williams
Head of Competencies, Software Center of Excellence