A Group. About Usability. In Bristol.
We're helping IHTSDO build a web applications team and below is a front end Developer vacancy which may appeal to the coders amongst you - or, possibly for someone you may know. This one's a contract, 'til the end of the year (*may* go permanent).
We've recently relaxed the requirement for Java coding skills; the existing team will now handle these more complex implementation aspects.
We'd be glad to tell you more.
0117 318 2447
Looking for a worthwhile project, a first of its kind, with scope to improve healthcare around the world?
Your role (home based):
At IHTSDO we develop world’s most comprehensive clinical terminology, benefiting healthcare and clinical advancement worldwide. We are producing products that express complex relationships in this data, to release knowledge that can be relied on, with open source Web applications that simplify accessing this knowledge for our expert users.
We need you to complete the design and build of the front end to our SNOMED CT Reference Set Management Service engine, providing a rich and functional online service. It’s mainly front end work, with some aspects of design.
• You have a software engineering background, from Agile environments
• You can take a holistic view and deliver a best practice solution
• You have strong implementation abilities and are highly skilled in: front end frameworks including Ember.js and/or Angular.js
• You are comfortable with high visibility deliverables, and you work inclusively
Example features to implement:
Rules query builder | Product catalogue | Product search and sharing | User management
Our current systems run:
Core Java | J2SE | Ember.js | RDF | SPARQL | Apache Jena | MySQL | Ontologies | Continuous integration | Maven | GitHub| JIRA | Open Source | and more
• £350 – £450 per day (negotiable)
• Until year end, 2014
The IHTSDO is a non-profit clinical terminology standards organisation with 27 member countries worldwide. We seek to improve the health of humankind by fostering the development and use of suitable standardised clinical terminologies, notably the ‘SNOMED CT’ product, in order to support safe, accurate, and effective exchange of clinical and related health information. The focus is on enabling the implementation of semantically accurate health records that are interoperable.
Located: home based, occasional travel to London
Start date: on or before 4th August 2014
IHTSDO encourages you to be in touch with techfolk, the recruitment partner, to find out more:
0117 318 2447 | firstname.lastname@example.org | @techfolk_ltd
To apply, please be in touch, or simply share your CV
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