Software Applications Engineer
C#, .NET Core, Azure REST API, .NET Framework, SQL and C++
Hybrid - Remote with 20 days a year on site in Cheshire or London
£66,000 + 10% bonus
One of our key customers are looking for a Software Applications Engineer to join their Development team working on a range of products that help medical professionals with Digital Imaging and Diagnostics.
The key development languages they are looking for experience in are C#, .NET Core, .NET Framework, SQL and C++
The Software Applications Engineer will work with internal and external partners to support and implement application development and integration of patches from support collaborators.
You will be working on applications that enhance precision cancer diagnostics, specialist digital imaging techniques and user interfaces for scanning instruments, production test software and investigative analysis.
What you will do:
- Maintain and develop software technical files for the product
- Prepare submission documents for updates to regulatory bodies
- Develop new algorithms and integrate new hardware to improve speed or quality
Skills you will need:
- Experience working in software development within the Medical Device sector (or similar highly regulated environment)
- C# and C++, .NET Core, .NET Framework, SQL, Windows Service Applications
- Knowledge of BSEN62304 (Highly desirable)
- Azure REST API knowledge; UML modelling and experience in the use of Design Patterns a plus
- Unit and system test in regulated industries.
- Full software development life cycle experience
- Experience in reverse engineering code into articulate requirements and design details.
- Image capture and processing
- Networking and data storage
To find out more about Computer Futures please visit www.computerfutures.com
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