This world renowned medical institution—think Nobel Prize winners, cutting edge research—is upping its tech side to match and is looking for a Dev Ops engineer. As more people use technology more to maintain and improve their health, you will be on the front lines of helping doctors and patients by creating it. Ready to use your skills to make a difference? Bring it.
This is a great job for a builder and a fixer. You would be building and developing apps for both patients and doctors. You get to roll out new products, figure out what’s working and fix what’s not. Optimizing, automating and improving processes (you know these places love their processes) will also be part of the job. Figuring out the needs of patients, doctors and administration and implementing the right application to fit those needs will also be a part of your day to day.
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If there’s a problem, yo, you’ll solve it. You can figure out issues across the whole stack- hardware, software, application or network. Linux, python bash, sed, awk and git is your crew. You are more than just super smart, you do things and want to do more. While it’s a cool gig, it’s also really important. Having a system that runs tight can be the difference between dispensing 10 or 100 milligrams of medication. So if people ask if you are detail oriented, the obvious answer is yeah.
This institution is going through a major change and technology is front and center in terms of priorities—you know, in addition to saving lives and stuff. You’ll be surrounded by bright people who want your expertise to bring them to the next level.
Showcase your skills while helping others? Sounds like a great career move.