Philips Software Engineer for Genomic Research in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Bring your knowledge and experience in Software Science/Engineering as well as your passion for changing lives to develop cutting edge solutions in support of healthcare on a global level.
We are seeking an individual to join our Clinical Bioinformatics Team. Key areas of responsibility include:
Work in a multidisciplinary environment of computer engineers, scientists, bioinformaticians, and clinicians to develop clinically relevant applications of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) in Infectious Diseases.
Support researchers in our team by applying your skills in software engineering best practices to assure architectural consistency, scalability, efficiency, etc.
Create tools to automate work where appropriate using techniques including continuous integration (CI) and test automation.
Provide support in build, configuration management, deployment of algorithms and workflows developed by the team.
Establish custom workflows/pipelines for automated analysis of NGS data and visualization of results.
Apply your skills in rapid prototyping to participate in proof of concept projects.
Our research and business provides unique opportunities to develop cutting edge clinical solutions and deliver meaningful solutions in the healthcare space.
We are looking for
BSc/MSc in Computer Science
Expert level knowledge in one or more of the following programming languages is required: Python, Java, Perl, R, C#, C++ Knowledge of Open Source technologies and tools
Knowledge in developing multi-tiered software solutions
Knowledge in workflows enabling technologies and rules engines (e.g. JBoss, Iron.IO, Windows Azure)
Knowledge of Bioinformatics and/or NGS are a very strong plus
Knowledge of agile and related methodologies is required.
Working knowledge of Scrum, SAFe® (Scaled Agile Framework), TDD (Test Driven Development) is preferred.
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