Under limited direction of the Manager of Software Development, the incumbent will work on an agile team developing innovative healthcare technology solutions that remove barriers for patients and physicians for specialty pharmaceutical products.
Works directly with customers to understand their issues and needs, define changes to production systems, partner with other developers and designers including development teams outside the company, iterate through design and implementation, demo to stakeholders, gather feedback, launch, and incorporate lessons learned to improve the software development process going forward.
Writes software, including implementing, maintaining, and improving products developed by the company, in addition to internal tools, unit testing own and others' code, peer review of others' code.
Participates in software design and design review, including being familiar with and contributing to Software Design Documentation (SDD).
Participates in continual improvement of the tools and processes involved in the software development process.
Works with Quality Assurance (QA) and Customer Support teams, including bug tracking/issue management.
Performs end-user and technical support to a wide range of executives, management, and staff members.
Engages with clients to understand scope and how critical new change requests are.
Additional responsibilities may include:
Assisting or managing QA, or Demo deployments.
Developing training plans, outlines, and materials for clients.
Serving as primary point of contact after formal training.
What we'd like from you:
BS degree in computer science, engineering or related field required
At least 1-2 substantive projects in .NET / .NET MVC / .NET Core / etc.
Core .NET Skill Sets: C#, .NET, Visual Studio, etc.
.NET Web Developer: .NET MVC, .NET Core, WPF, etc.
Front End Frameworks: jQuery, React, Angular, etc.
Database/Data: SQL Server, LINQ, Entity Framework, SSIS, ETL, etc.
Software Engineering: Unit Testing/NUnit, Mocking, Integration Testing, Dependency Injection, Design Patterns, etc.
Process: Scrum, Agile, Kanban, JIRA
Why work with us?
Excellent company culture, fun events, and volunteer opportunities
Opportunities to grow professionally and personally
Equal Opportunity Employer: This employer (hereafter the Company) is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, or other employment policies on the basis of age, race, sex, color, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis that is prohibited by federal, state, or local law. No question in this application is intended to secure information to be used for such discrimination. In addition, the Company makes reasonable accommodation to the needs of disabled applicants and employees, so long as this does not create an undue hardship on the Company or threaten the health or safety of others at work. This application will be given every consideration, but its receipt does not imply that the applicant will be employed.
At ConnectiveRx we take the pain out of the prescription process. We don’t treat patients and we don’t make the medications that do. We use both innovation and human empathy to cut through mountains of red tape and create access to specialty medications for patients who have chronic disease—taking a process that can be expensive and difficult and making it as painless as possible. As one single partner, we connect patients with prescribed medications through hub services, affordability, awareness, and adherence solutions. The result? Happier patients who have a stronger connection to their medication brand. We've done this for hundreds of pharma companies and more than 530 drug brands. Let us facilitate great patient-to-drug experiences that make you shine. Learn more at connectiverx.com.