Senior Software Engineer, Cloud Systems - Quidel Remote Bookmark Share Print 104 0 0

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Quidel’s mission is to provide patients with immediate and frequent access to highly accurate, affordable testing for the good of our families, our communities and the world. We are a leading manufacturer of point of care diagnostic solutions. Quidel’s comprehensive product portfolio includes tests for a wide range of infectious diseases, cardiac and autoimmune biomarkers, as well as a host of products to detect COVID-19.

We are excited to announce that Quidel Corporation is now becoming QuidelOrtho! This transaction will bring together two world-class teams and complementary product portfolios to serve patients around the world. During this transition period, we encourage you to continue visiting our career site and also check out more career opportunities at Careers at Ortho Clinical Diagnostics | Ortho Clinical Diagnostics jobs Join our journey as we become one global diagnostics leader!

In this role, you will be a senior contributor on multiple small teams focused on the design and implementation of QuidelOrtho’s could-based systems and POC (point of care) instruments. These instruments are class 2 medical devices that perform diagnostics for a variety of assays, including COVID-19, Flu, Lyme, Strep, and many more. Quidel currently has more than 100,000 instruments deployed worldwide and continues to add to its market share with new and existing instruments. As our instrument population grows, so does our need for increased instrument functionality and modularity. As a part of the software team, you will be central to building new capabilities for these instruments and cloud-based systems.
From customer facing web applications, through cloud services that accept millions of test results, media files and diagnostic logs, to internal tools used by our chemistry and lab personnel – we use the right technology for the job. We are actively working on new initiatives including a common software test framework and a data consolidation and visualization framework to be used across all instruments and platforms. The team is modernizing the software across all our instruments to ensure we are prepared for our further expansion into international and domestic markets. We are driving this modernization by implementing modularized architecture methods, building up our instrument and cloud interconnectivity including fleet management and instrument performance data, and enhancing cybersecurity and test automation.
The Software Engineering Team is responsible for point of care and over-the-counter medical diagnostic products, spanning from instrument firmware to cloud services to larger lab-based instruments.

  • Be hands on with everyday development: plan, design, write, build, test, commit software for cloud-based systems.
  • Lead a small development team: organizing and disseminating work, deciding priorities, answering technical questions, reporting status
  • Contribute to architecture and design of software across the whole spectrum: instrument to cloud.
  • Interact with team members in agile stand-ups, code-reviews, discussions around software processes. Work with team leads and business leaders to write and track user stories that accurately reflect requirements.
  • Support less-senior developers, leading by example, provide mentoring and work as a team player. 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering or Business-related field. Advanced degree a plus.
  • Minimum of 10 years professional experience developing software in the following technology areas:
  • o   Windows is a must, Linux is a plus
  • o   C# and .NET / .NET Core
  • o   Single Page Applications is required, Angular 12+ is a plus
  • o   SQL and/or NoSQL document database technologies
  • o   Cloud techs (Azure a plus): services, functions, APIs, Databases, Service Bus, Queues
  • Knowledge of scripting languages (e.g. JavaScript, TypeScript, Python)
  • Experience working with teams of 3+ people.
  • Experience working on a development team using Agile processes
  • Effective communicator with good organizational skills
  • Basic knowledge of Microsoft Office products (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook)
  • Knowledge of Visual Studio and Visual Studio code

  • Cloud-based IoT: receiving messages at scale, state management, digital twins
  • Cloud-based dev-ops systems (e.g. Azure DevOps, GitHub Actions)
  • Docker: creating images, running containers, container registry
  • GIT source repositories
  • Working with remote and/or vendor teams
  • Ability to work on 2 or more projects with ability to prioritize
  • Highly collaborative – able to work with colleagues across multiple functions at all levels of the organization
  • Before you apply, please make sure you share Quidel’ s values. We pride ourselves on keeping these values in mind every day as we execute on goals and plan for the future. We are seeking employees who share the same mindset and commitment to be customer driven, focused on execution, and new product oriented. We succeed by being determined, optimistic team players.
    Quidel is proud to be an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer (Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans). We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. 

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