Columbia University Brooklyn , NY 11201
Posted 2 weeks ago
Job Type: Officer of Administration
Hours Per Week: 35
The Software Developer will support information technology-centric clinical development and research projects in the Department of Radiation Oncology. As such, a successful candidate will contribute to creating and maintaining various innovative software solutions within the department concerning electronic medical records, medical image management and radiotherapy workflow software applications, analytics, and dashboards. This will include both the development and maintenance of applications/software packages developed. The clinical goals of the projects are the development and maintenance of software for clinical decision support and process mining, while research goals are to support faculty in projects leading to scientific publications and grant applications. The position requires existing experience in software development. The Software Developer shall report to the Department's Vice Chairperson for Physics or their designee (e.g., Director of Clinical IT Technologies) and collaborate with Department faculty (i.e., radiation oncologists and medical physicists).
Work with stakeholders to understand and identify system functionality, requirements, and capabilities.
Produce formal design specifications for software systems to implement the desired functionality.
Identify relevant technologies to implement software functionality to agreed specifications.
Design, implement, deploy and maintain new software
Interface to and upgrade existing software.
Actively maintain software developed within the department
Use appropriate version control and produce clear and comprehensive documentation to ensure software sustainability
Develop machine learning-based solutions for process mining and other applications
Work closely with faculty and technical staff involved in developing software solutions.
Provide technical expertise as needed
In addition, the Software Developer shall be adaptable and prepared to learn new technologies as necessary.
Working conditions/physical demands
Working conditions are normal for an office environment.
Subject to business needs, flexible and hybrid work arrangements are available.
Bachelor's degree in any engineering area (e.g., electronics, computer science) or equivalent experience
4 years related experience
Excellent programming skills in C++, Python, and SQL.
Continuous code integration and testing expertise (unit testing, integration testing, system testing, acceptance testing)
Use of version control and software documentation tools
Working proficiency, skills in Linux, Mac OS, Windows
Experience in developing web applications using programming languages such as Java, PHP, C#, or Python
Familiarity with web development frameworks
Knowledge of databases and SQL
Linux, using command line interface and tools
Knowledge of secure software development and reliability standards
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Ability to work in a team and independently
Desirable Knowledge, Skills, and Experience
Containers and Kubernetes
Expertise in machine learning software development
Clinical data management
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
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