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Web-Software Developer
Ref No.: 17-02787
Location: Houston, Texas
Position Type:Full Time
Pay Rate : $ 75,000.00 - 100,000.00 /Year
  • Maintain and support Medical Imaging Corelab existing technology infrastructure as well as design, build and debug solutions to implement web based infrastructure for the next generation platform.
  • Will work closely with the operations and management team to develop the essential requirements and the phased development of various technologies.
  • Will develop and code in a small team environment and must be a willing and open contributor to help brainstorm, Participate in design discussions and problem solve to meet the needs of the clients.
  • From time-to-time manage external contracted development
  • Must perform tasks and projects within a defined timeframe
  • Must always be looking at systems and processes and thinking of solutions to improve the current state through new technology development.
  • Must work to keep current on state of software development and platforms that would directly impact the technology and software used.
  • Will be required to work closely with software validations and testing to ensure that only the highest quality of production systems are deployed.
  • ECM & BPM Open Source experience (e.g. alfresco and Activiti)
  • Strong Java Scripting experience
  • Strong C# experience
  • 5+ years' experience with web/cloud apps development such as Apache, JAVA, php and .NET
  • VMWare experience
  • Bachelors of Science in Computer Science or related Engineering field
  • Restful Web Services experience
  • SQL and NoSQL experience
  • Solid understanding of TCP/IP, HTTP, Web Security, Scalability and web application architecture
  • Solid understanding of HTML5, XML, LDAP
  • Experience with CDISC, HL7 and DICOM a plus
  • Experience with EDC such as Medidata RAVE and/or Open Source EDC also a plus
  • Understanding or FDA regulations 21 CFR part 11
  • Understanding of software validation principles
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