Senior Software Engineer/Architect

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23/09/2020

Senior Software Engineer/Architect

Senior Software Engineer/Architect.

Senior Software Engineer /Architect Oxford 55-70k Benefits This is a chance to work for an award-winning medical imaging company who are creating software to help predict the risk of heart attacks and thus revolutionise the management of cardiovascular disease. They are deploying a cloud-based product to provide analysis to millions of patients world-wide and are looking for a Senior Software Engineer/Architect to join their rapidly growing R&D team. Key Responsibilities Lead the architectural design of front-end to back-end medical imaging software Hands on application development in JavaScript, React, WebGL, Three.JS, Python, Flask Coordinate activities of dedicated front-end / back-end engineers to ensure the continuous deployment stays functional Responsible for coding standards, coordination of systematic peer code review and approval of merge requests Writing design and architectural design documentation Leads application information security risk management activities Review and approve 3rd party software packages (npm, pip) Skills and Experience (required) Excellent communication skills and positive outcome-oriented attitude 5 years experience working in a regulated industry such as medical device development 3 years experience as lead architect / principle software engineer 3 years experience JavaScript/React experience 3 years experience Python or C++ BSc degree or higher in a related technical discipline Desirable: MSc or PhD in related technical discipline Experience with Docker and AWS Experience with test automation and continuous deployment environments Experience with Linux This job was originally posted as www.totaljobs.com/job/90634226

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