In this role, you will work with UX engineers, other front-end and back-end engineers to learn about all parts of the stack and features, conduct code-reviews, contribute to the API design and definition, when needed, and constantly improve the innovative engineering culture and best development practices within the group.
In this role, you will be researched, developed, and deployed. Ability to research a problem, interview key stakeholders to gather requirements, engineer solutions, and work as a part of a fast paced development team is required.
The I.S. Developer is responsible for the design and development of agency-wide software applications in various programming languages for use within behavioral health programs and administrative units. This position serves an important role in implementation of electronic health record features and modules, as well as data process design.
In this role, you will write quality, clean, maintainable code and automated tests using engineering best practices (unit testing, continuous integration, automation etc.) to ship code out to production multiple times a day.
In this role, you will design, deploy and support data acquisition and data integration solutions from source systems to the data warehouse and data marts for business intelligence solutions such as dashboards.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for choosing optimal solutions to use for these purposes, then maintaining, implementing, and monitoring them. You will also be responsible for integrating them with the architecture used across the company.
The Software Engineer will participate in the full development cycle of software that runs a servomotor drive. The drive software is written in C on an embedded platform to perform motion control, read data from a variety of sensors, and communicate on high speed networks.