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Software/Front-End Developer - Medical Imagery

Software/Front-End Developer - Medical Imagery

Job Title: Software/Front-End Developer - Medical Imagery
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: England
Industry:
Salary: £44000 - £55000 per annum
Reference: 132708_1603300898
Contact Name: Nicholas Mahoney
Contact Email: n.mahoney@sciproglobal.com
Job Published: October 21, 2020 18:21

Job Description

Opportunity to join an award-winning Oxford-based medical imaging company, offering remote working throughout Europe. The client is deploying a cloud-based product to revolutionise the way cardiology is delivered.

Heart is disease is still the number one killer of the population, so this position has the direct impact to effect people lives and health for the better.

We are currently looking for a WebGL Software Developer to be able to work on the medical visualising of the product. You will be developing Medical CT Data in WebGL, working alongside back-end engineers for proper process and coding reviews. You will be reporting directly to the CTO who has over 20 years' experience in medical imaging. It is a small and growing team and so a proactive and confident programmer is essential!

This role will offer the individual the chance to growing R&D team with excellent prospects for promotion and development. By reporting to the CTO, you will have the opportunity to develop your skills but also work on a novel product, with exceptional prospects.

To be eligible you must have:

* 4 years or equivalent of JavaScript/React Experience
* 2 years or equivalent of OpenGL/WebGL experience
* Experience in any of visualization, rendering, image display, quantification, segmentation
* Medical or Regulated industry experience required

The position is home based and looking to offer a competitive salary in the range of £45,000-55,000 dependent on experience. If you are interested or would like to know more then please apply!

COVID-19 considerations: Staff have been working remotely during COVID lockdown, but the client's office has now re-opened. Full risk assessments have been performed and social distancing is in effect.