Software Engineer

Company Name:
Software Engineer
Location: Charlestown, MA
Job Type: Temporary
DatePosted: Thursday, July 24, 2014
Reference Number: S_252310
DescriptionPartners Healthcare in partnership with Partners is looking for a contractor for 2-3 months.
The person in this position will be responsible for working on application enhancements for the Online Peer Review Program (OPRP). The successful candidate will be fluent in MS Entity Framework as well as and Jquery. They will be working with MS SQL Server 2008, with C# being the baseline. Prior healthcare experience is very helpful but not necessarily required.
Working hours: M-F 8:30-5:00
The position requires the ability to support multiple projects in all development roles, mentor more junior staff, and apply technology expertise. Software Engineers are able to manage an entire project in their respective area and they possess a technical competency within their area (i.e. applications development, Network/Systems Administration, Business/Financial/Clinical Systems). Additionally, Software Engineers must have the ability to negotiate the products and deliverables of a project. They are also able to prioritize the tasks of a project-s time-line to achieve the desired departmental and end-user requirements. They share their expertise for the good of the organization by mentoring, coaching and giving general direction to other teammates. They generally hold a Bachelors Degree in computer science or other related field and commonly have 5+ years- experience.
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