Software development, identification and remediation of software vulnerabilities, maintenance of a working codebase.
Development of supporting software for study protocols
Maintenance and /order of relevant equipment and supplies
Participation in data collection, Data analysis and reporting
Technical and administrative support
Participates in the product development life cycle, providing professional assistance to the design of front-end applications and database systems back-end schema. Analyzes high-level system specifications and makes sure that all application development standards are met.
Evaluates past and present technologies to help develop new tools. Ensures all the new tools have been through quality control reviews.
Performs other related work as needed.
Bachelorâ™s degree in a Software Engineering-related field
Ability to work in-person while following current Covid-19 safety procedures and guidelines
Ability to program in MATLAB, Python, and C++
Knowledge of research techniques or methods
Knowledge of regulatory policies and procedures
Attention to detail
Verbal and written communication skills
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Knowledge of Microsoft Office
Cover Letter (required)
Contact information for at least 2 references (required)
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