C# Software Engineer - remote initially then 1-2 days a week in the Glasgow or Stirling office

  • Be-IT
  • Stirling
  • 23/07/2020
Information Technology

Job Description

C# Software Engineer

Be-IT is currently working with a ground-breaking medical technology company. This global company is looking to bring on a C# Software Engineer. This is an incredible opportunity to work for a secure and innovative company who are striding forward in their industry.

They have recently launched an innovative new Platform, and are looking for proactive, experienced, focused and enthusiastic individuals who can make a significant contribution to the continued growth and success of their dynamic and forward-looking company.

Key Responsibilities

Maintain and extend the functionality of existing PC based utilities, written in C#, as used in the development, test, manufacture and laboratory use of the company’s core products.
Design, development and support of new utilities as required to support the ongoing evolution and scale up of the company’s instrument development activities.
Contribute at all stages of the full software lifecycle from requirements analysis; through design, coding and unit test; to integrating the software with the P as appropriate, laboratory-based acceptance test, delivery and maintenance.
Contribute to the development of the embedded software required to enable the functionality of the company’s IVD instrument.
Create and maintain a software system that allows the effective set up of experiments, captures experimental data and allows review and analysis of the experimental data.
Define and execute the required unit testing verification activities needed to demonstrate the software designs have met their specifications.
Assist in prototype board debug providing problem analysis, test code if required and solution options.
Store all software source code, build instructions and special/tools or utilities needed to accomplish the above in a suitably organised GitHub repository.
Maintain the associated paperwork, logbooks and test reports required to keep a design history of work performed, in line with specified standards and regulations, e.g. IEC 62304, ISO 13485 or FDA 21CFR, part 820

Essential skills

Proven track record in a similar role.
Experience as part of a scrum team.
Ability to work well either alone or in a team environment.
Experience developing safety critical software or for a highly regulated market.
Ability to translate requirements into design specifications.
Proficient in C# and have proven experience with communications to external devices.
Use of defect and task tracking software e.g. Jira.
Experienced with version control systems e.g. SVN / GIT.
Demonstrable understanding of the role and benefits of Unit Testing and Static Analysis.

Desirable Skills

Practical experience and in-depth knowledge of an IDE and JTAG debuggers/programmers.

Linux as a development target.
Experience of working in the medical device industry and the application of CE marking directives and applicable device standards.
Experience in Point of Care and preferably home medical device design and development.
Practical experience of the product verification and validation cycle for a medical device.
Experience of using a Requirements Management Tool, e.g. Jama
Experience of working to IEC 62304, ISO 13485, FDA 21CFR, part 820 (or similar).

Please Apply online for immediate consideration.