• Software Architect - Iasi, Romania

    Job Locations RO-Iasi, Romania
    Job ID
    2017-2047
    Category
    R&D
    Position Type
    Permanent Employee - Full-Time
  • Position Summary

    Software Architect - Iasi, Romania

     

    CRF Health has enjoyed great success since our creation in 2000, which has been driven by talented, dedicated staff who have delivered products and services of value to our customers. We have grown in terms of clients, projects and employees to support the growth and delivery.  300 personnel at the start of 2015, 415 in 2016 and 520 at the end of January 2017 and over 650 permanent staff at the end of March 2018.

     

    It is people who are at the heart of this business. Our future is dependent on us being able to attract talented people like yourselves. The demand for talent in current locations is strong so we need to give ourselves access to new pools of skilled people.  We have now selected Iasi, Romania for our new location that will open up an additional talent pool and help us add in new resources in a timely way. This new office to be a fully integrated part of our existing and proposed new business and we intend to put staff from most streams into this office over time. We already have the first contingent of R&D staff including:- Software Designers, a Software Architect, a Product Owner, a Team Managers and Test Engineers.  And our RECRUITMENT CONTINUES

     

    We are currently recruiting a further Software Architect. You will be working on our eCOA project - "electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment" 

     

    We are sourcing, screening and conducting telephone or skype interviews moving to face to face interviews in happening now

     

    Our offices celebrated their first anniversary as a home to CRF Health on 26th April.  Our office in the Moldova Business Center (6th floor) will ultimately house 180 people with 108 already in place (14 May 2018). And we are refurbishing part of the first floor too.

    offices in the Moldova Business Center

    Responsibilities

    A key member of the Scrum team responsible for product component architecture. Performs product design, systems analysis and programming activities which may require extensive research. Performs bug verification, release testing and support for assigned products. May perform some on-site client work on applications. Operates under minimal supervision.

    • Is responsible for the design of overall system architecture including the internal architecture of a component, as well as communication protocols and interfaces to other components;
    • Performs code, design and architectural reviews to ensure implementation of architectural guidelines, as well as good maintainability and bug free implementation of the product features;
    • Performs product design activities which may require extensive research and analysis;
    • Performs design implementation, maintenance of multiple product modules and participates in product design meetings;
    • All members of the scrum team are responsible for unit testing and bug verification of the output of sprints and assigned products;
    • Researches problems discovered by validation or product support and develops solutions to the problems;
    • Expected to implement programming activities and some coding;
    • May assist in performing on-site client work on complex applications;
    • Researches and understands the marketing requirements for a product, including target environment, performance criteria and competitive issues;
    • Researches new technology or development tools to remain abreast of current technology;
    • Responsible for product’s usability by designing user interfaces, creating use cases, and implementing prototypes and conducting usability tests;
    • Prepares technical documentation of product, creates user interface guidelines and conducts reviews;
    • Helps and trains fellow developers to work with new product components / modules, to follow company coding practices and architectural guidelines;
    • Travel as necessary.

    Requirements

    • M.Sc/B.Sc Degree in Computer Science, Engineering or Information Systems;
    • Must be able to deal effectively with all levels of the organization;
    • Must be a team oriented person with a “can do” attitude.

     
    Must be able to demonstrate experience of:

    • Leading a software design project;
    • Software development in Java environment;
    • Software architecture design;
    • Analytical and design skills at multiple product level;
    • Research and analysis, project planning and implementation.

     

    CRF Health aspires to be the market leading provider of patient centred eSource technology and service solutions focused on flexibility and innovation, underpinned by deep regulatory and technical knowledge and high-quality service delivery.

    We have operations in Finland, the US and the UK and continue to grow in terms of revenues, customer numbers and employees.

    CRF Health creates electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment (eCOA) solutions that are simple, scalable, and effective. From our collaborative, agile design approach to our user-friendly reporting tools, we streamline complex processes and deliver reliable results for superior clinical trial outcomes. We improve patient engagement with intuitive design, support study teams with tailored scientific insights, and secure high-quality data with precision. Above all, we ease the path to approval.

    Our personalized service and unparalleled eCOA expertise helps sponsors bring new medicine to market quickly and cost-effectively, improving lives across the world. More information on CRF Health to be found at www.crfhealth.com

    If this role isn't quite right for you then click here and search on all our current vacancies in Romania.

    The "Behaviours" we will measure you against - the "how you do it" - includes:

    • Embrace Collaboration
    • Own Your Contribution
    • Drive for Results and
    • Passion for the Customer

    How do the decisions in the design and analysis of mode equivalence studies affect study outcomes? Learn more

     

     

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