Software Engineer (44930) | Collins McNicholas

Software Engineer (44930)

  • Reference: GY44930
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Location: Limerick
  • Category: Information Technology

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Apply your software engineering prowess to development of complex electro/mechanical instruments.

    • Innovate at all levels of our products, from instrument control, management and performance to new instrument applications and product security, all in collaboration with multidisciplinary teams.

    • Be capable of working independently to specify, plan, design, develop, test and support software components; also presenting/participating in design reviews and code inspections

    • Translate requirements into design and implementation of well-structured and documented software components; anticipate system faults, failures, or unusual events, ensuring software adequately mitigates identified risks, and develop automated unit test cases to assure software meets the design criteria

    • Adhere to all BD  Life Sciences development policies and software quality procedures

EDUCATION/QUALIFICATIONS

  • BS degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Physics or other related engineering field with relevant experience in software development.

  • A strong understanding of software design and systems & architecture concepts and their application in a professional environment within a software team structure.

  • Understanding of software development lifecycle methodologies, including Agile.

  • Experience with and proficiency in:

    • C++ Development

    • Networking fundamentals

    • C#, ASP.Net MVC development

    • Database interfacing – OLEDB, Entity Framework and Nhiberate

  • Additionally, experience with the following is an advantage

    • Experience with electro/opto-mechanical instrumentation development

    • Experience with software build and release process

    • Interfaces to Laboratory Information Systems such as HL7 or ASTM

    • Real-time operating system concepts

  • Demonstrated ability to comprehend and debug complex software systems

  • Excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills are essential

  • Experience working in a regulated (FDA) environment with medical instrumentation is a plus

For more information please contact Tanya Cooke at 091 706706 or email your CV to tanya.cooke@colliinsmcnicholas.ie


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