Regenstrief Job Opening – .Net Software Developer
Join the LOINC team!
.Net Software Developer
Regenstrief Institute, Inc. is seeking a .Net Software Developer to join our creative, intellectually stimulating, open work environment that creates leading edge medical informatics applications.
We are looking for a systems engineer to help us build the Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes (LOINC) vocabulary standard. Today, LOINC is being used in nearly every corner of the planet, and is now a part of national health programs in many countries, including the U.S. In fact, there are tens (if not hundreds) of millions of patients with billions of medical test results stored in health records around the world that are coded with LOINC. In your role on the LOINC team you will be working with world-class scientists and building tools used both by our internal team and the world wide community of LOINC users.
We want to hire a motivated, hard working individual who wants to accomplish great things. To be successful, you must thrive in a close-knit team environment. You will be responsible for completing projects and tasks as directed and prioritized by the investigators, supervisors and the team. At the same time,you must be self-starter who can work independently with minimal supervision. We are a small team, and so our roles are not narrowly niched. You must be able work on a diverse suite of projects that use a wide range of technologies. Our primary development is done with Microsoft technologies, but we also use a variety of open source ones.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft technologies, including: .Net Framework, Visual Studio, C#, Visual basic
- Working knowledge of SQLServer or other relational database
- Expert knowledge of object-oriented analysis and programming
Your duties include, but are not limited to:
- Maintaining developing fat client applications
- Web based application development and maintenance
- Database development and maintenance
- System maintenance
- Creation of reports and queries
- Legacy application support
- User support
- Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field or equivalent experience required
- Three years of related work experience in information systems or software development is required
- Prior medical-related work experience is preferred
Required skills and technologies:
- Must be familiar with basic programming practices and the SDLC
- Working knowledge of the HL7 messaging standard is a must
- Must have a basic understanding of controlled vocabularies
- Ability to learn new technology tools as a standard practice
- Demonstrated aptitude and interest in database design, systems development, programming, testing and implementation.
- Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations
Why you’ll LOVE working for Regenstrief
At Regenstrief, you’ll be working on projects that improve the health of people both locally and around the globe. Your work will make a difference in millions of lives. You’ll be working with world-renown faculty and an exceptionally talented staff who are leaders in the field of medical informatics. We want you to make it even better.
As a leading research and innovation shop, you’ll be surrounded by exciting new projects and initiatives all the time. We recently moved into a brand new building located on IUPUI’s campus in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana and are closely affiliated with the IU School of Medicine, Roudebush VA Medical Center, and Eskenazi Health Center. Be sure toto see more of the amazing work underway to improve healthcare.
Working at Regenstrief comes with a lot of other great benefits too, including paid vacation, generous retirement plan, tuition reimbursement, and many others.
What you need to do next
This position requires a physical presence, so you need to live in the Indianapolis area. If this position sounds like something you’d love to do every day, we want to hear from you.
Please submit a cover letter explaining:
- Why you want to use your technical skills in the health domain
- Where online we can find out more about your work (e.g. portfolio, website, blog, open source contributions, etc)
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