Software Architect | GenomeWeb

Software Architect

Organization
CollabRx
Job Location
San Francisco, CA
Salary
competitive
Benefits

401k; Health, Dental, Vision Insurance; unbeatable BART access

Job Description

- Oversee all aspects of software system design - Champion a common set of design principles and best practices, and apply them across all software projects - Take a leadership role in major design tasks, including authoring of design documents and prototyping; but be willing to help out with maintenance and bug fixing! - Work with senior management on planning and coordinating major product initiatives, and ensure designs fulfill product and business objectives -Work closely with Chief Scientist and science team to ensure designs support the team’s needs

Requirements

- BS in Computer Science (graduate degrees preferred), or demonstrated experience in lieu - 7+ years software development experience, 3+ years Ruby on Rails experience preferred (other OO languages considered). - Significant experience with relational databases (MySQL) and domain object modelling - Experience with expert systems, semantic analysis and knowledge representation systems — ontologies, NLP, LSI - 4+ years development in a Unix environment (we use Ubuntu Linux). - Experience with at least one DVCS (we use Mercurial). - Experience with Amazon Web Services desired, Agile (SCRUM) development methodology desired. - Background or experience in healthcare desired, molecular biology preferred

How to Apply

see posting here: http://www.collabrx.com/careers-at-collabrx/ If interested, please send your resume and a cover letter to: careers@collabrx.com

About Our Organization

CollabRx (NASDAQ: CLRX) is a fast-moving early stage company that provides cloud-based expert systems informed by leading academic experts to help physicians and patients interpret genomic testing results to aid in personalized treatment planning in oncology. Our customers and partners include leading medical testing laboratories, academic research institutions and diverse healthcare-related companies in the US, Europe, and Asia.

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