The Software Developer will support information technology-centric clinical development and research projects in the Department of Radiation Oncology. As such, a successful candidate will contribute to creating and maintaining various innovative software solutions within the department concerning electronic medical records, medical image management and radiotherapy workflow software applications, analytics, and dashboards. This will include both the development and maintenance of applications/software packages developed. The clinical goals of the projects are the development and maintenance of software for clinical decision support and process mining, while research goals are to support faculty in projects leading to scientific publications and grant applications. The position requires existing experience in software development. The Software Developer shall report to the Department’s Vice Chairperson for Physics or their designee (e.g., Director of Clinical IT Technologies) and collaborate with Department faculty (i.e., radiation oncologists and medical physicists).
In addition, the Software Developer shall be adaptable and prepared to learn new technologies as necessary.
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