Senior Clinical Software Engineer – iCarbonX Digital Health Alliance (San Ramon, CA) 

Our clinical software team is looking for a talented, motivated self-starter to help create a scalable multi-omic clinical pipeline. This position will work collaboratively with R&D, lab technicians, lab operations and other developers to build a suite of tools and software to manage the complete sample to answer process. We are building an unprecedented system as part of the iCarbonX Digital Life Alliance. This role will be involved in developing our systems within HealthTell and beyond in support of the Digital Life Alliance initiatives; this is an excellent opportunity to grow your career in a rapidly growing space with an alliance poised to dramatically impact health for individuals.

Responsibilities:

  • Work with platform and product groups to build and maintain workflows to scale data generation and efficiently process samples in a clinical environment.
  • Work collaboratively across teams to design software tools to support lab operations, sample tracking, LIMS systems, production monitoring, data analysis and processing.
  • Productionize data generation and development processes.
  • Produce code in a quality and regulated environment

Required - Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

  • 2+ years experience with Python
  • 2+ years experience with web frameworks (Flask, Django)
  • 2+ years experience with relational databases (MySQL, postgres)
  • Familiarity with UNIX environments and scripting
  • Familiar interfacing with and designing APIs
  • Familiar with microservice architecture software best practices: testing, packaging, CI/CD
  • Comfortable reading source code for large open source projects
  • Ideal candidates will be skilled communicators, curious and have CLIA diagnostic laboratory experience

Required – Education and Experience:

  • BS+ in Computer Science or other quantitative field; coursework in genetics/bioinformatics a plus

This position is located in our San Ramon, CA office. Potential to work from San Francisco or Oakland, CA area may also be considered. 

About iCarbonX Digital Life Alliance

HealthTell is now a central part of iCarbonX’s Digital Life Alliance along with Cambridge, MA based PatientsLikeMe; this represents an unprecedented ecosystem of leading bio, health networking, sequencing and artificial intelligence technology companies. The alliance is working to combine biological and patient generated data with artificial intelligence technology to more rapidly detect meaningful signals about health, disease and aging, deliver a personalized guide for living a healthy life, and help industry learn even more about how to improve outcomes, and lives.

About HealthTell

HealthTell is a well-funded Life Sciences company that is commercializing the ImmunoSignature™ technology for accurate and timely detection, and monitoring progression of chronic diseases. Based on a robust, scalable, proprietary technology, the company will provide the first and only diagnostic platform capable of detecting the presence of disease, stratifying patients, and monitoring disease progression. The ImmunoSignature™ technology is unlike any other, measuring the immune system instead of relying on inaccurate biomarkers or radiographic images.  The ImmunoSignature™ Test will enable physicians to detect disease at an early stage, resulting in improved outcomes and reduced healthcare expenditures. 

HealthTell is an equal opportunity employer.

 

 

Position Specification:

Position: Clinical Software Engineer

Number of Openings: 1

Position Type: Full Time, Regular

Location: San Ramon, CA

 

 

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