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Job Category:
Information Services
Industry:
Health Care & Medicine
Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
2/10/2012
Radiology Applications Developer (Internship)
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Job Description

We invite you to bring your career to an environment where talent is rewarded and new ideas are encouraged. At Seattle Children's, the Pacific Northwest's premier pediatric care center, we offer more than just state-of-the-art facilities and open career growth potential. You will also find a true commitment to our patients and families that reach far beyond the bounds of clinical expertise.

The Radiology Applications Developer Intern will work closely with Radiology Informatics staff and Radiology Faculty to develop software that will enable targeted workflows.

Seattle Children's Radiology values creativity and innovation. Programming skills will be matched by candidate's willingness to take on new challenges. The ideal candidate should be a self-starter, team player, quick learner, very efficient in daily activities and not afraid of challenges. The Intern will be developing client/server application software implementing back-end processes as well as the GUI applications. The work will include analyzing requirements and suggesting application design that will most effectively address the workflow problem. In addition, the incumbent will be responsible for troubleshooting existing application issues and correcting errors in legacy software to improve functionality and stability.

The work will provide direct experience in use and development of applications that maximize the clinical, educational, and research use of Radiology Imaging data. The Intern will be developing end-to-end solutions including database driven web-based applications with opportunities for mobile device application development; exposure to concepts in radiology clinical workflow, data transfer using standards like DICOM and HL7, and Radiology applications like PACS, RIS, and Voice Recognition systems. In addition, the software development will build up your domain knowledge of medical imaging systems - a critical component in delivery of patient care.

 

 



This is a temporary and part time position. Work Study students
are encouraged to apply. 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
- Currently enrolled as an undergraduate (3rd or 4th year) or graduate student with courses in C++/C# and software development
- Experience developing software in a Windows environment 2003/2008/XP/Vista
- Knowledge of software engineering concepts
- Good verbal and written communication skills

PREFERRED SKILLS
- SQL Server (database driven applications)
- Web Application Programming (PHP, JavaScript)
- Experience developing with .NET technologies (VB, C#, ASP, Visual Studio, C++)
- Xcode, Android SDK and Eclipse development environment experience
- Programming for iOS4 (iPod Touch, iPad, iPhone)

 


We offer competitive pay, generous paid time off, transportation discounts, and employee reward and recognition programs. Seattle Children's is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

About Seattle Children's Hospital

At Seattle Children's, we offer our patients the support of an entire medical center. Complex spine cases usually involve bigger, more severe curves that are more difficult to correct and that affect the spinal cord and lungs. In caring for children with these more difficult cases, we often like to enlist the services of a pediatric pulmonary specialist and a neurosurgeon. Our surgical spinal cord monitoring team leads the country in developing new techniques for making back surgery safer. Recently we have developed advances in spinal cord monitoring and treatment of scoliosis in very young children (infantile scoliosis).

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