Java Developer

Sophia Genetics
Job Location
Job Description

- The candidate will be involved in the maintenance and evolution of the existing software, as well

as the creation of new solutions in both Java FX (frontend) and a Java (backend).

- Will also be in direct contact with the company’s customers in the 3rd level support


- MSc degree in Computer Science (or equivalent)

- At least 2 years of experience in similar role

- User and solutions oriented

- Ability to communicate with clients and colleagues

- Perfect command of English and French: spoken and written

- Rigorous, structured, flexible, stress resistant and autonomous

- Starting: as soon as possible


Would be an advantage:

- Knowledge of a scripting language like bash or Python

- Knowledge with common frameworks like Spring, Hibernate, ActiveMQ, etc

- Knowledge in MySQL

- Comfortable working on a Linux environment


How to Apply

Diverse and challenging tasks, a unique opportunity of being part of a fast growing and dynamic firm. If you are interested in a new challenge within a young and very motivated team, please send your complete application to

About Our Organization

Sophia Genetics was founded in 2011 to make Data Driven Medicine a reality. With the adoption of digital technologies, such as Next Generation DNA Sequencing, the healthcare industry entered the Big Data world raising new challenges in data protection and data analytics. We quickly recruited a world class team of more than 100 talented individuals, building a cross-disciplinary team that could understand and address those challenges. 

We always bet on quality, going into the details of the data, and similarly to Swiss watch makers, developed extremely powerful and reliable technologies to reach the highest possible accuracy. As a result, we are today the only and first company in Europe, in the field of genomics with both, ISO 13485 (Medical Devices Quality Management) and ISO 27001 (Information Security Management) certifications.

With over 180 hospitals using Sophia DDM®, our advanced analytical platform, we have created the World's Largest Clinical Genomics Community. Every week, we contribute in better diagnosing thousands of patients suffering from sporadic or hereditary cancers, pediatric diseases, metabolic and cardiac affections. We are passionate, act with integrity and make it our priority to offer patients the most accurate diagnosis of their disease so that they can receive the most effective treatments available.


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