The Programmer Analyst is a member of the Department of Radiation Oncology and Molecular Radiation Sciences Dosimetry team and participates in software, web and database development that are integrated with departmental applications. The successful candidate for this position must be able to work in a demanding and dynamic team environment and be able to work independently.
Must be available in the Department of Radiation Oncology and Molecular Radiation Sciences to help develop Oncospace: a local level learning health system and active database with web services to support research, predictive modeling, machine learning and clinical decision support in radiation oncology.
The goal of Oncospace is to utilize prospectively collected clinical data from prior patients to influence decisions on new patients. The prospective data comes from the integration of structured data collection in our multi-disciplinary cancer management environment. Development will be performed with MS SQLServer, C#, ASP.NET and Python Environments.
Bachelors' degree in Computer or Information Science, or related technical field(s).
One year of related work experience with computer systems and applications.
Direct programming experience while pursuing education may count towards related experience.
Significant undergraduate programming coursework or independent project(s) can be considered as related experience.
At least 1 year of database proficiency (MS SQL, Access, etc.). At least 1 year experience developing software in C#, ASP.NET and Python.
Experience with web page development.
Strong statistical and mathematical background.
Additional related experience may substitute for required education, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalency formula.
Familiarity with software development tools such as CVS, Subversion Knowledgeable in the areas of object-oriented software engineering, design patterns and component-based programming.
Knowledge of Radiation Oncology or other health informatics is desirable. Knowledge of DICOM (RT) is desirable.
Data science experience is a plus.
Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
Recent graduates are welcome to apply.
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