JavaFX Developer

Sophia Genetics
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Job Description

The successful candidates will work as part of a small team to add features to our Sophia DDM® platform, involving both the server side web service in Java and the development of the front end GUI in JavaFX.


You are motivated, enthusiastic and flexible. You are a team player and have the capacity to work independently on a project to completion.

You have a degree in Computer Science or a related field, with some experience but more importantly lots of enthousiasm to learn new technologies. You are interested in working in a beautiful place near Geneva Lake between the two dynamic cities of Geneva and Lausanne. 

You can offer

  • Strong JAVA skills
  • GUI development experience - JavaFX essential
  • Comfortable with Spring / Tomcat / MySQL applications
  • The candidate must speak English, French would be an advantage.
How to Apply

If you think you fit this position, please send a CV and letter of motivation 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 90 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. 

With over 170 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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