Agile Full Stack Software Engineer at Intelligent Medical Objects, Inc. (Northbrook, IL)

Agile Full Stack Software Engineer at Intelligent Medical Objects, Inc. (Northbrook, IL)

Join our growing Software Engineering department as a full stack developer to help design and create high quality solutions that support 80% of US clinicians.

  • Write clean, quality, and testable code that supports rapid delivery via Continuous Integration, Delivery, and automated deployments
  • Find creative and innovative approaches to complex problems
  • Lead and participate in design and architecture decisions
  • Work and learn in a cross-functional agile team
  • Be passionate and continue to advance their craft
  • Impact and make a difference in the field of medical informatics

Working in IMO Software Engineering

IMO hires creative problem solvers who love technology.  At IMO, smart and curious people work together in a friendly and intellectual atmosphere to create a warm and welcoming work environment.  From day one, you solution as part of a team (~5 members). Your team possesses the knowledge and ability to own all aspects of the solution – from design, through implementation and testing, to deployment. We mainly focus on web-based service-oriented architecture. We use agile principles and Scrum processes and milestones (Planning, Refinement, Daily Stand-ups, Review and Retrospective) to guide this work.

Our culture supports you to:

  • Take initiative by bringing and developing new ideas
  • Embrace failure as a crucial step toward success and an opportunity to learn
  • Pair program with fellow team members to develop shared patterns and receive/give mentoring in various languages and tools
  • Develop personally and professionally with regular training, workshops, conferences, collaborative initiatives, Hackathons, and R&D projects
  • Be valued for your new perspective or depth of experience

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