Sr. Software Developer

Company Name:
Placement Services USA, Inc.
Will design and refactor system architecture to improve performance. Will design image analysis algorithms for specific biological targets. Will code efficient and stable image analysis algorithms. Will create unit tests for algorithm components. Will collaborate with customer team to define project requirements. Will participate in maintaining build machine and writing technical documents (such as coding standards). Will assist project manager with execution of project plan. Will mentor junior developers through hands-on assistance as well as formal and informal training. Will participate in iteration planning, and retrospective and daily stand-ups. Will debug new and existing components. Will share in code and design reviews with Agile team. Will identify project and technical risks and issues, and proactively resolve them.
(1) Demonstrated expertise designing image analysis and measurement algorithms. (2) Demonstrated expertise programming in C/C++; C#, and .NET and multi-threaded software design. (3) Demonstrated expertise working with source control, unit test, Microsoft Visual Studio, and Microsoft Team Foundation Server. (4) Demonstrated expertise working with WPF, MFC, ATL and COM.
Master's degree in Computer Science, Electrical Computer Engineering, or a closely related field (or equivalent foreign education) and 3 years experience in developing software in a digital imaging industry. (1) Demonstrated expertise designing image analysis and measurement algorithms.
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