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Fullstack Software Engineer-Microservices, Angular, Cloud (3326352510)

Computer and Mathematical

Software Developer

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United, Pennsylvania, United States

Software Engineer- Applications-Remote Omnicell is the world leader in pharmacy robotics, and we’re expanding beyond inventory management into inventory analytics . The Omnicell One tech-enabled service helps hospitals and health systems understand how meds flow through their business, from the loading dock to the nurse’s glove, and then apply clinical expertise and advanced machine learning to uncover opportunities to adjust that flow to improve safety, cost, efficiency, and patient outcomes. And the next step for us is to help busy clinicians act on those opportunities by building efficient, industry-leading workflows. To do that, we take terabytes of data from thousands of devices and translate it to simple, actionable steps our clients can take to improve their overall performance. This is achieved through a sleek new microservices and big data architecture primarily composed of Kafka, Spark, PostgreSQL, .NET Core, Kubernetes and Angular all running in public cloud. Responsibilities: Translate business requirements into effective technology solutions Lead the design, architecture and development of multiple microservice components Aid in design and code reviews Resolve defects/bugs during QA testing, pre-production, production, and post-release patches Analyze and improve efficiency, scalability, and stability of various system resources once deployed Assist in providing technical leadership to agile teams – onshore and offshore: Help mentor junior engineers and new team members, and apply technical expertise to challenging programming and design problems Help define the technology roadmap that will support the product development roadmap Continue to improve code quality by tracking, reducing and avoiding technical debt Required Knowledge and Skills: Significant experience building web-based applications and RESTful API’s. Ideally using C# and the .NET Framework. Comfortable deploying service oriented and microservices architectures Have experience in many of the following areas: Deploying service oriented and microservices architectures Building event-driven architectures using messaging systems/service bus, such as Kafka or RabbitMQ Shipping new features in a SPA environment. Working experience with one of JavaScript Frameworks (React, Angular, JQuery) is required Deploying applications in the public cloud using technologies like AWS, Lamdba, Docker, Kubernetes. Any relevant experience in other cloud platforms, such as Azure, can be considered too. Healthcare or pharmaceutical experience working with interfaces such as HL7, FHIR. EDI and knowing what PHI means is a big plus. Thoughtful about creating the right architecture but realizing the realities of having customers and the need to shipping software. Enjoy helping mentor junior engineers. A can-do attitude and ability to make a positive impact our culture. Understand agile and enjoy working in 2-week release cycles. Ability to always put the customer first. Basic Requirements: Bachelor’s degree 5 years’ experience in software engineering 3 years of experience building web-based applications with: C# and .Net framework or equivalent Angular 4 or equivalent Preferred Knowledge and Skills: Master’s degree in Engineering/IT/Computer Science 4 year of Experience in C# and the .NET Framework 6 months experience in .Net Core 3 years of experience with a microservices architecture 1 years of experience in Angular 4 or above 1 years of experience with AWS 1 year of experience with technologies like CloudFront, Kubernetes, VPC, RDS, etc 1 year experience working with healthcare specific data exchange formats including HL7 and FHIR. To protect our employees, partners, and customers, Omnicell requires most U.S. employees to either be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 or obtain approval from Omnicell for an exemption and accommodation for a medical condition or a sincerely-held religious belief or practice.