Software Developer

Omniseq, LLC
Job Location
Buffalo, NY
Job Description

The Software Developer will be responsible for software analysis and development in support of projects and initiatives within the OmniSeq Software Development team. They will collaborate with clinical informatics, bioinformatics, others in the IT group, and other stakeholders to create or refine analysis tools, user interfaces, data visualization tools, and customer facing web interfaces.

Work within a team of software developers focused on developing software systems and web interfaces to support the initiatives of OmniSeq

  • Gather requirements and understand the end user’s needs
  • Develop software to implement the gathered requirements
  • Create documentation for requirements and design
  • Test, debug, and maintain existing systems
  • Provide operational support for end users
  • Proficiency in Java and web development technologies including JavaScript, Angular, and frameworks such as Spring and Play!
  • Experience with unit testing and other automated testing frameworks
  • Experience working within software development life cycles
  • Software engineering experience in either bioinformatics or supporting the life sciences in a regulated environment is preferred but not required
  • Familiarity with 21 CFR part 11, CLIA, and HIPAA is preferred but not required
  • Experience with relational databases such as MySQL and Oracle
  • Experience with object-relational mappings (ORMs) such as Hibernate or Ebeans
  • Experience with source code management systems
  • Ability to communicate with end users to collect and write requirements
  • Team oriented with excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic, and results-oriented startup environmen
  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science, computer engineering, or a related field and the equivalent of two (2) years of full-time experience
  • Must be eligible to work in the U.S. as Visa sponsorship is not available.
About Our Organization

OmnSeq's vision is to find the right drug or the right clinical trial for every patient. founded in 2015, our mission is to deliver superior results by improving access to better cancer treatment options through comprehensive molecular profiling. OmniSeq is a subsidiary of Roswell Park Cancer Institute (RPCI) in Buffalo, New York. The company emerged from the RPCI Center of Personalized Medicine.

RPCI was the first institution to focus exclusively on cancer research and continues to be at the center of groundbreaking cancer research for more than a century. This includes initiating the first experiments in chemotherapy in 1904, becoming America’s First Comprehensive Cancer Center and providing the source – RP11 (RP stands for Roswell Park) – for much of the BAC clone library used in the Human Genome Project. The breakthrough research, scientific expertise, and commitment to improving patient care is the foundation of OmniSeq today.

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