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SNOMED International is hiring a remote senior Java engineer, to help advance the world’s most comprehensive clinical terminology standard and the software needed to maintain it.
Imagine what it takes to represent every nuance, advancement and relationship between clinical terms, methods and treatments, globally, across ever-evolving medicine. That’s the challenge we address.
We’re the global industry leader and a non-profit organisation. Our open source software benefits tens of millions of public and private healthcare users globally. We release the data standard that allows 43 member countries to base their nation’s health and clinical data ecosystems upon an accurate, standardised, clinical terminology – SNOMED CT.
In this role, you’ll be building the distributed Java services that implement this. You’ll also build the management tools, data visualisations and web browser solutions that support the global community of healthcare terminologists: https://github.com/IHTSDO.
You’ll be joining us during a moment of finding improvements, making enhancements and refactoring, with ample scope to explore better ways of delivering what our communities need. We’re also midway through our five year strategy of delivering SNOMED CT ‘as a service’, and your work will be instrumental in delivering and building upon this.
Upcoming projects for the team
We’re looking for
Our current ecosystem – we’ll welcome your input
Java 11+, Spring Boot | Agile, TDD | Ansible | Docker | Jenkins | Terraform | AWS | Git | MySQL | Atlassian suite | AWS technologies | Elasticsearch | Angular
Salary and benefits
SNOMED International is a non-profit clinical terminology standards organisation with 43 member countries worldwide and growing. Founded in 2007, we’ve always been a distributed remote-first organisation with colleagues around the world. The technical team includes colleagues in architecture, front-end, back-end, QA, DevOps and release. We can offer you the level of autonomy, challenge and support that you seek, with the ability to shape and influence your role as a valued team member. www.snomed.org
Located: fully remote – within the UK, Germany, or Denmark – with regular expensed trips to London for team meetings. We could also consider someone in Atlantic Canada, if you’re an early riser!
SNOMED International has selected techfolk as our exclusive recruitment partner for this position and cold calling and speculative approaches are not welcomed:
+44(0)117 318 2447 | firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE NOTE: We are unable to consider applicants that don’t already hold the necessary work permit for employment in the UK, Germany, Denmark or Canada.