Senior Software Engineer- Image Processing 

Did you know that many lives could be saved each day, by speeding up access to medical research data such as electronic health records, images, and genomics data? Are you a software engineer who is eager to make a meaningful impact? 

Truveta is the world’s first healthcare provider led data platform, driving the vision of Saving Lives with Data. We partnered with the leading healthcare systems in the country to source granular healthcare data and built one of the nation’s most comprehensive healthcare data repository in the country. Our innovative products are the bleeding edge that empower researchers with the latest medical data, helping them to accelerate disease cure. Our healthcare partners use our data and insights to improve quality of care and health equity. 

We are a well-funded, innovative startup and an incredible and diverse team of software engineers, product managers and medical doctors. If you are passionate about building cutting edge technology to improve healthcare, apply here. 

This position is based out of our headquarters in the Greater Seattle area. 

Who We  Need:

Truveta is rapidly adding senior engineers excited about applying data in the development of real-world healthcare solutions. 

We are seeking problem solvers, and leaders who will drive delivery of features with urgency. You will aim high, take on tough challenges and figure out ways of delivering results. You will ruthlessly prioritize team goals keeping in mind the organization’s vision. You will mentor junior members, help them dive deep and approach problem solving in a systematic way. 

If you are interested in the opportunity to pursue purposeful work Truveta is the perfect fit for you. You can build a rewarding career while having fun in an open and diverse culture. 

This Opportunity 

In this position, you will have the opportunity to build a platform and services that will improve imaging in healthcare for doctors, researchers, and life sciences. 

You will help derive and deliver insights from peta-bytes of healthcare data, that will accelerate research, drug discovery and treatment delivery. You will harness computing power at a massive scale to process one of the nation’s most comprehensive repositories of electronic health records sourced directly from our healthcare system partners. 

Responsibilities:  

  • Have proven experience building reliable, secure, and scalable software solutions using modern cloud-based paradigms 
  • Keep customers first in a DevOps model 
  • Hands-on implementation of scalable Image processing solutions for the healthcare domain, using DICOM standard 
  • DICOM environment configuration and setup of DICOM services like Store, Storage commitment, Query/Retrieve and Modality Worklist 
  • Develop and verify software algorithms that perform compression, segmentation, contour detection
  • Experience migrating DICOM data
  • Learn quickly and iterate rapidly in an evolving product landscape
  • Design distributed systems, DNS cache, data pipelines, platform APIs
  • Drive entire features, mentor junior developers, and cultivate a positive work environment
  • Strictly uphold the privacy and security of patient data obtained from our healthcare partners 

Key Qualifications: 

  • 5 years of experience in the development and integration of complex imaging systems and/or medical image diagnosis software 
  • Experience in developing with C # and/or C++ 
  • 3 years of DICOM development and troubleshooting experience
  • Strong knowledge (3 years or more) of DICOM standard, having developed or extended servers such as dcm4che, Orthanc etc.
  • Prior experience developing healthcare components (PACS, VNA, RIS) and workflows
  • Experience with one or more of DICOM, HL7 is a plus
  • Experience building DICOM based integrations using IHE XDS standards for interoperability across healthcare systems
  • Experience with DICOM tools like DCMTK/JDICOM/OpenDICOM
  • Experience debugging native dlls, binary formats is a plus
  • Prior work on containers, Kubernetes is a plus
  • B.S. in Computer Science or related field. An M.S. or PhD is a plus 

Why Truveta?

Be a part of building something special. Now is the perfect time to join Truveta. We have strong, established leadership with decades of success. We are well-funded. We are building a culture that prioritizes people and their passions across personal, professional, and everything in between. Join us as we build an amazing company together.

We Offer:

  • Interesting and meaningful work for every career stage
  • Great benefits package
  • Comprehensive benefits with strong medical, dental and vision insurance plans
  • 401K plan
  • Professional development & training opportunities for continuous learning
  • Work/life autonomy via flexible work hours and flexible paid time off
  • Generous parental leave
  • Regular team activities (virtual and in-person as soon as we are able)
  • The base pay for this position is $148,00 to $227,500. The pay range reflects the minimum and maximum target. Pay is based on several factors including location and may vary depending on job-related knowledge, skills, and experience. Certain roles are eligible for additional compensation such as incentive pay and stock options.

If you are based in California, we encourage you to read this important information for California residents linked here.

Truveta is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive, and empowering workplace. We believe that having employees, interns, and contractors with diverse backgrounds enables Truveta to better meet our mission and serve patients and health communities around the world. We recognize that opportunities in technology historically excluded and continue to disproportionately exclude Black and Indigenous people, people of color, people from working class backgrounds, people with disabilities, and LGBTQIA+ people. We strongly encourage individuals with these identities to apply even if you don’t meet all of the requirements.

 

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