Senior Software Engineer

Position Overview

  • Located in Bethesda, MD
  • Competitive salary, excellent stock option package and strong benefits


Key Tasks

  • Develop specifications and code for medical devices and associated data communication protocols, typically including product functional specifications, design specifications, and verification/validation procedures.
  • Develop critical, robust application code for Android based, connected devices.
    • Key development areas include Application UI, embedded signal acquisition and cloud based data management.
  • Prepares complete software documentation as prescribed by U.S. and international medical device regulations (IEC 62304) and corporate quality management systems procedures
  • Lead communication with clinical and marketing teams for handling complaint investigations and feedback.
  • Support continuous improvement of company SDLC processes conforming to the IEC 62304 medical device software standard, utilizing CMMI and various software development models.
  • Works within timelines, resources, and budgets for completion of assigned projects.
  • Reports to Software Development Manager.


Job Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical, Computer, or Systems Engineering required, Masters preferred.
  • At least 5 years of experience with relevant software development in a regulated environment, preferably for medical devices, including Java, Android OS, database creation (SQL), scripting, and connected systems development including web-based access (RESTful services).
  • Demonstrate very strong knowledge of the software development life cycle, including deployment of a device in a regulated industry.
  • Knowledge of best practices and direct experience with formal software engineering principles (code design, code architecture, code re-use, coding for testability).
  • Operate effectively in a multi-disciplinary, team-oriented culture that emphasizes professional development.
  • Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal skills.
  • Comfortable working in a fast-paced start up environment.

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