Philips Healthcare is currently hiring for a qualified Software Development Engineer as part of the CT / AMI R&D Imaging Software team.
Key Areas for Responsibility include, but are not limited to;
- Creates high quality working software.
- Features driven development in an agile approach.
- Actively participates in sprint planning, daily stand-up meetings, sprint reviews, sprint retrospectives and backlog refinement. Contributes to continuous improvement of the team, software and processes.
- Designs, codes, documents, tests (automated), maintains and deploys software.
- Supports DevOps in deploying software.
- Sets, monitors and ensures to meet own performance metrics.
- Defines, monitors and meets performance and quality metrics.
- Provides technical solutions that conform to requirements with a strong focus on end-users, high quality (QMS/regulatory standards), performance, safety and security.
- Keeps abreast of technical knowledge by studying and implementing state-of-the-art programming techniques and development tools, participating in educational opportunities, participating in communities of practice, reading professional publications and maintaining personal networks.
- Business knowledge: Has a very good awareness on business context and products. Understands clinical/application domain and systems.
- Technical Knowledge: Expertise in multiple areas of the system, expert in some area.
- Knowledge Sharing: Shares across teams.
- Stakeholders: Software CoE, clients, partnership with sub-contractors (e.g. discuss contracts). System designers/ architects.
- Innovation: Able to generate new solutions from vague problem statements. Full ownership for creating requirements.
- Freedom to act (level of influence): Across Teams.
- Impact and Magnitude: Can impact own and partially other teams' results.
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or related technical degree, or equivalent professional software engineering experience.
- At least 3 years of relevant Software Engineering experience in a professional environment.
- Familiarity with signal image processing and high performance computing.
- Experience in full life-cycle software development in the medical device industry satisfying the design controls specified in the FDA Quality System Regulations or in a similarly disciplined software engineering environment.
- Experience developing software for medical scanner of other medical devices.
- Familiarity with artificial intelligence and graphics processors.
Skills: Experience with software engineering skills, process, techniques, and tools:
- Current programming languages, e.g., C++, C# .NET, C, and scripting languages
- Current operating systems, e.g., Windows, Linux
- Source code control
- Software reliability: code reviews, white box testing, TDD, etc.
- Defect management
- SCRUM and other forms of Agile Development
- Software build & test automation
- System software installation
Open to candidates interested in relocation:
Company relocation benefits will be provided for this position.
US work authorization is a precondition of employment. The company will not consider candidates who require sponsorship for a work-authorized visa.