Senior Software (.NET / WPF) Engineer - Medical Device

Job DescriptionResponsible for the development and documentation of complex Windows applications embedded in state-of-art ophthalmic surgical devices. These devices incorporate multiple real time and non-real time processors communicating over a common bus. You will participate in all phases of the software lifecycle, including concept development, requirements, design, implementation, and testing, with an emphasis on user interface development. In this position you will gain an in-depth understanding of the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the eye.? ? Develops and applies new and unique approaches, methods, procedures and designs through ingenuity, creativity and originality to master complex technical challenges.? ? Assures continuity of products and processes through feasibility assessment, research, design, development and compliance to requirements.? ? Ensures regulatory compliance for all project work.? ? Acts as a technical leader and mentor in the software engineering organization.? ?QualificationsMinimum requirements? BS Computer Science, or related discipline and 8 years work experience.? ? 10 + years hands-on Windows development experience.? ? Experience with .NET, C# and C++.? ? In-depth expertise in WPF/XAML.? ? Demonstrated ability to independently research technical issues and generate creative/innovative solutions.? ? Fluent verbal and written English communication skills? Preferred Requirements:? ? 5 years Medical Device work experience and MS + 12 years? experience or BS + 15 years? work experience.? ? Development of medical device software in an FDA-regulated environment.? ? Experience with multi-threading, and interprocess communication.? ? Familiarity with hardware design constraints as applied to software interfaces.? ? Familiarity with Windows 7 Embedded or Windows 10 IoT.? ? Strong working knowledge of advanced design principles that facilitate maintainability, reuse, and clarity of design - provided by Dice
5 years Medical Device work experience, hands on experience with .NET, C#, C++, WPF, XAML, multi-threading, and interprocess communication.

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