Telemedicine Technologies is an engineering company specialising in eHealth information systems, a fast-growing sector with many opportunities.
Telemedicine Technologies’ activity is a mix of various disciplines (Software engineering, space technologies, big data and data science, medicine and clinical operations …) in an international environment and a start-up spirit.
Telemedicine Technologies develops and provides solutions that contribute to improving the care system, patient monitoring and clinical aspects in a wide variety of uses.
You will be part of our software development team or will work on projects for our health sectors clients: pharmaceutical companies, Biotechs, Medtechs, CROs, public hospitals, patient associations…
You could also work on collaborative R&D projects or international programmes
Internship or young graduate, your aim is to obtain new skills, to fully understand the business, the solutions, and Telemedicine Technologies methods. You will also be responsible for: writing software development specifications, developing, testing, validating, configuration and training.
You will be trained in the methodologies, working environment (Hibernate, VAADIN) standards (CDISC), and the quality assurance processes of Telemedicine Technologies Quickly gaining experience, you will use your knowledge and experience to carry out development tasks or increasingly complex project activities.
As a manager you will lead a development team, or you will be in charge of a project to deliver a solution and services that meet all expectations.
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