Location Cambridge or Remote, United Kingdom
Salary Up to £85,000
SoCode are proud to be working with a fantastic MedTech on an impressive growth trajectory. They are needing a Software Engineering Manager to join the team developing a virtual doctor application for their digital healthcare platform – this is aimed to help with specifically outpatient care.
They are always looking to innovate – whether it be with patients, clinicians, or corporate businesses. They support patients from referral through to assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation through digital products – think online doctor, but better. They’re doing a lot of good for the wider medical community by also relieving the overload on the NHS through out of hours services.
The team is as passionate about improving healthcare as they are about our technology. They are also a very friendly and collaborative team.
- Manage and coach the engineering team developing advanced medical software.
- Deliver development sprints and production releases on time and on budget.
- Support the day to day running of the development team through stand-up meetings and sprint demos.
- Work with project stakeholders to prioritise the backlog, refine user stories and plan sprints.
- Maintain our project risk log and clinical hazard log in accordance with this companies ISO9001 Quality Management System and Clinical Safety Framework.
- Help the development team to work to quality standards including maintaining key project documentation and release evidence.
- Work closely with QA to ensure we maintain high standards of test coverage for all our user stories.
- Look for and remove obstacles and ‘noise’ to improve team productivity
- Have a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or other “STEM” subject.
- Be fluent in English
You might also have
- Exposure to software development requirements for applications in healthcare.
- Familiarity with Jira, Confluence, SharePoint and Git.
- Experience working within a Quality Management System e.g. ISO9001.
What you’ll benefit from
- Collaborating with a fantastic team of hugely dedicated professionals and academics.
- The opportunity to work fully remotely from anywhere in the UK with flexible hours.
- The opportunity to work on a project that is “tech for good” and adding real value to the UK healthcare system.
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