Senior Software Engineer

Job Locations US-MA-Peabody
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 6 months ago(8/18/2017 5:17 PM)
# of Openings
Regular Full-Time


Software engineer for the design and development of graphical user interfaces.  Requires knowledge of DICOM standard. Must have specific experience using DICOM for medical applications and strong C++ and OOD skills.


  • Communicates complex concepts in written and verbal form
  • Mentors peers in the use of DICOM standard
  • Responsible for major portions of software development project.
  • Estimate, generate and track individual tasks to support project goals
  • Works with team members to define requirements.
  • Generates and reviews written software design specifications
  • Generates and reviews code to satisfy design requirements
  • Generates and executes software verification procedures, including documenting results
  • Generates software releases and associated documentation
  • Must perform requirements management tasks (generation and tracing of requirements)
  • Ability to self-manage and interact with other engineering disciplines
  • Performs other duties as required.


  • BSCS or equivalent
  • 5+ years C++ experience
  • Experience using DICOM in medical applications is required
  • Experience with Qt and knowledge of QML is desirable
  • Strong Object Oriented Design skills is required
  • Multithreading, IPC (TCP sockets, Shared Memory)
  • Must have ability to interface with other engineers
  • Excellent written and verbal communication is essential
  • Experience developing applications for the Windows platform
  • Experience with Laurel Bridge DICOM Connectivity Framework is desirable
  • Experience with DVTk and/or other DICOM test tools is a plus
  • Experience with software development tools AccuRev, Jira, Jama is a plus
  • Experience with medical devices and/or working in a regulated environment is a plus




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