Vermont IT Jobs: GE Healthcare in Burlington – Senior Software Engineer

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4 year degree within appropriate Engineering/Science discipline or equivalent.

Several years of professional work experience as a software engineer

A proven technical aptitude required. Experience with Microsoft development tools (for example, Visual Studio, Visual Basic 6) and web application development (for example, VBScript, JavaScript, ASP, HTML, DHTML)
Good understanding of current software development technologies and methodologies.

Demonstrated experience on product releases throughout the entire development lifecycle. Practical program/project experience on the whole development lifecycle.

Able to communicate complex technical issues in a clear, concise manner, both orally and in written communication

Authorization to work in the US
Willingness to travel 10% of the time.


4 years work experience in the Healthcare industry
Experience with object oriented software development and associated technical standards
Experience with relational databases
Experience with .NET, especially C#
Knowledge of design modeling, documentation and communication (for example, UML, IDEF)
Knowledge of data Communication protocols and standards (for example, DICOM, HL7)
Work experience with RIS Imaging products (IDX legacy Imagecast products and/or GE Centricity RIS products) and Healthcare Enterprise products, which integrate with RIS products.
Clinical domain knowledge to include Radiology, Cardiology, Oncology, Orthopedics and related workflows
Familiarity with business planning processes. Demonstrated technical domain knowledge by being current on software engineering design principles, architectures and advancements in engineering concepts and technologies

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