Senior Software Development Engineer .NET at andros

 

ABOUT THE JOB:

A Senior Software Development Engineer (Sr SDE) is responsible for contributing to the development of products and engineering solutions.  A Sr SDE is also responsible for the technical direction of engineering efforts as well as design choices for software structure, frameworks, protocols, and algorithms.  This role is focused on our .Net application stack.

The outcomes we're looking for: 

  1. Contribute to the design, specifications and estimating of engineering projects
  2. Develop stable software that satisfies product requirements as well as meeting architectural specifications for our .Net applications
  3. Maintain high levels of code test coverage while delivering clean concise and understandable code
  4. Provide constructive feedback on architectural designs and peer code reviews

ABOUT YOU:

Competencies required:

  1. Independent worker: Need to be able to communicate but also work independently 
  2. Cross-team collaboration: Collaborate across teams including but not limited to Engineering, Operations, and Client Success
  3. Curiosity and drive: Demonstrate curiosity and a well-developed drive to find answers to questions that are currently being asked or haven’t yet been asked
  4. Excellent communicator: comfort explaining technical problems in person and in writing

Qualifications:

  • 4+ years professional software development experience
  • Advanced knowledge and experience in ASP.NET
  • Experience with one or more of the following is a plus: Python, Javascript, Ruby/Rails
  • Experience with AWS or other cloud services 
  • Familiarity with MSSQL, PostgreSQL or other (O)RDBMS 
  • Outstanding coding skills, knowledge of patterns and best practices in a  object oriented style
  • Experience building scalable .NET applications
  • Experience as technical lead with different teams.
  • Self-directed, seeks responsibility, and strive for excellence
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ABOUT US

To understand andros is to understand our namesake. Named for one of the largest barrier reefs on Earth, andros is a study in the vibrancy of interconnected ecosystems. On its own, a data point is meaningless — a single piece of coral adrift in an ocean. Yet when combined with millions of other points, connections form a structure suited for sustaining a spectrum of lifeforms. Our mission is to forge these bonds of disparate provider data points to build a foundation of information necessary to create dynamic, thriving healthcare networks.

The andros approach to creating healthcare networks focuses on depth of data. We use millions of data points to form a complete vision of the provider landscape, which enables us to find utility and meaning in this diverse information. This deep repository of data can then be used as a basis for credentialing, analyzing performance, and comparing individual providers to create the most vibrant health ecosystem possible.

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