Software Engineer at Iodine Software
Software Engineer – Entry Level
Come drive the healthcare technology revolution with us
Since our inception in 2010, Iodine Software’s mission has been to change healthcare by applying our deep experience in healthcare along with the latest technologies like machine learning to improve patient care. Our platform is deployed at hundreds of leading hospitals in the US and we’re constantly expanding our reach. We’re not just witnessing the healthcare technology revolution. We’re driving it. Come join us.
Our client base is constantly growing and we’re looking for great software engineers to make our team better. As a software engineer, you’ll have an opportunity to work on our Clinical Documentation Integrity platform. You’ll be challenged often and will find yourself working on all areas of the application domain across the full app delivery stack.
While this is a hands-on role where coding is a large part of the job, equally important is the ability to lead a team to convert product vision to software design/implementation. We embrace the “you run what you write” principle so you’ll also have a chance to operate our production infrastructure. Finally, this is an opportunity to work with a group of other passionate software professionals in an engineering-led culture to make healthcare better.
What You’ll Need
- BS in Computer Science/related area degree
Experience building modern web applications
Experience with the following helpful but not required:
- Java web applications
- Microservices application architecture
- AI, machine learning, and predictive algorithms
- Familiarity with statistics and healthcare domain
What You’ll Get
This is an opportunity to join a close-knit, rapidly growing, engineering-led team. You will be working on the latest technologies pushing the boundaries of our industry and impacting the way health systems leverage technology to improve patient outcomes. You will have a direct voice on how we innovate our product. Join us and make healthcare better for everyone.
You must be currently authorized to work full-time in the United States on a permanent basis.