This opportunity is based in Bern, Geneva and Lausanne

Java Developer for health


In this role

  • Analyse customer requirements in the domain of health-IT subjects.
  • Elaborate solution concepts and review existing Health solutions.
  • Develop innovative applications relying on IHE technical frameworks.
  • Review and submit comments to IHE-Europe committee to improve existing technical documents.
  • Represent ELCA in e-health related associations and interest groups.
  • Provide expertise to ELCA colleagues and advise customers on e-health / IHE topics.

What we offer

  • A dynamic work environment with a young and highly motivated team.
  • Ample opportunities to expand your knowledge and experience by working on a broad range of exciting projects, products, customers and technologies.
  • Attractive prospects for career and personal development through training and coaching.
  • A flat hierarchy and a culture of collaboration across all disciplines.
  • The chance to make a difference in peoples’ life by building innovative solutions.

About your profile

  • You have a degree from a technical institute, university or college and have at least from 5 to 10 years of experience in analysis, design and development.
  • Very good knowledge of Java, SOAP, REST; any high-level interpreted language would be a plus.
  • Model driven development, MDHT would be a plus. › Java common frameworks, Java EE, modern Web frameworks.
  • Experience with the IHE underlying technologies HL7v2, HL7v3, FHIR, CDA-CH-II would be a plus.
  • Server administration skills in a Linux environment.
  • Familiar with continuous integration and Test-Driven Development.
  • Understand the Swiss healthcare system and the Electronic Patient Dossier strategy / laws of Switzerland.
  • English, and French or German with working knowledge of the other language.

If you are INTERESTED in applying for this position, please send us your complete application (CV, cover letter, letter of reference, diplomas and certificates).

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