Developer - Python, Ruby, or Perl
Are you a Python, Ruby or Perl dev, eager to learn and grow you skill-set?
Work with Cutting Edge Innovation projects in the Health Industry
This is your chance to be a part of a cutting edge, innovative start-up!
- Are you a Python OR Ruby OR Perl developer, eager to learn and grow your skill-set?
- Work with Cutting Edge, Innovative Projects in the Health Industry
- Then this is the right opportunity for you!
- Advanced knowledge of Python OR Ruby OR Perl
- Knowledge with iOS applications
- Have worked in an Agile environment
- Comfortable with fast pace markets and developments
- Experience with Data Modelling
- Perl and C
- Web framework (Catalyst)
- R for data visualisation
- Rest, JSON
- iOS application is in Objective-C
- React, Typescript
About the role
As an open source developer you would work within the software development team and. To end goal is to deliver innovative and agile IT solutions. The end goal is to deliver innovative and agile IT solutions. You would work on a system providing individualized and lifesaving data to each patient. This application has multiple benefits for both patients and physicians alike.
About the company
Our client's goal is to innovate public health sector and eliminate the amount of either human or machine error. This will be achieved by using patients data collected over several years and combining it with new technologies. This project is about to expand globally, but it needs your help.
What is in it for you?
You would get the chance to work with a state of the art greenfield data project, which is transforming the entire sector and providing quality health care to a large number of patients. You would also get the opportunity to learn a new tech stack on the go.
Experience with all the technologies below is not essential.
Tech stack includes:
Enquiries can be made to Shehana Sicinski at Hudson in our Brisbane office on (07) 3258 8342 quoting Ref. No. 4A/17518. Your application will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
How to Apply?
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