Philips Software Project Lead in Gainesville, Florida
Software Project Lead develops software systems and solutions, including their feasibility, design, specification, test planning, and project management, that serve to meet clinical needs through the incorporation of state-of-the-art innovation in advanced image analysis, processing, and display technologies.
Responsible for the design, implementation, and test of imaging systems, subsystem and components; understands and communicates the impact of the design on the architecture.
Develops per the design specifications in accordance with the functional specifications and tests, analyses and verifies their performance.
Finalizes the design specifications, schematics, drawings, codes and writes test plans for the developed modules and components.
Monitors and reports on progress in a structured and methodical way, and is responsible for keeping the costs of the activities in line with the calculated budget.
Assumes project leadership responsibilities, including planning and project execution as defined by the product realization process.
Holds regular cross-functional meetings, monitors project risks, and reports project status to management.
We have a dynamic and rewarding career opportunity Software Project Lead in Gainesville, Florida.
Invivo Corporation, a subsidiary of Philips Healthcare and world leader in MRI coils and related accessories, is looking to expand its Gainesville, FL team. Our vision is to deliver clinical solutions to our customers, whether indirectly through Original Equipment Manufacturers of MRI scanners, or directly to clinical MRI users. Our history is grounded in the expert development of MRI coils and more recently in the development of integrated clinical solutions like Functional MRI and the DynaCAD breast imaging system. Research and advanced development are at the core of the future of the MRI field and are a key part of Invivo's strategy for growth.
At Philips, we are driven by our mission to improve the lives of 3 billion people per year by 2025, and every day we move closer to achieving our goal by creating cutting-edge solutions that lead to confident diagnosis, improved care, and increased quality of life for patients. Thanks to our employees who share our passion for improving lives, we are at the forefront of the Healthcare industry leading in image guided interventions, ultrasound, patient monitoring, cardiology informatics, sleep therapy and respiratory care.
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Bachelor degree in Computer Science or equivalent and a minimum of 5 years SW development and project management experience
Mastery of object- and component-oriented software architecture, design and implementation
Proven experience and track record developing software-based devices from the ground-up in a regulated environment
Mastery in rapid prototyping and demonstrating software feasibility
Mastery of product realization processes for software-based devices in a regulated environment
Experience in Agile software development, continuous integration, build automation
Experience as Scrum Master, Project Lead
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
Preference given to:
MS Degree in CS
Experience with US regulatory requirements for medical device development and production; 510(k) submission
Experience with DICOM and medical imaging informatics
Experience with graphics programming (e.g., OpenGL)
Experience with medical informatics including working knowledge of HL7 and/or FHIR
Knowledge of SW engineering for distributed / client-server applications, web-applications, UI frameworks, medical informatics.
Knowledge of project management and product realization of medical devices
Advanced skill set and a proven record of innovation for troubleshooting and solving complex system problems.
Experience with transitioning prototypes and proof-of-concept models into regulated medical devices– requires knowledge of all phases of product realization from design through verification, validation, and the creation of a device history record.
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