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Software Engineer (Remote Monitoring)

Impulse Dynamics

This is a Contract position in Mount Laurel Township, NJ posted December 25, 2019.

Impulse Dynamics is a fast-growing medical device company that has pioneered a new form of therapy for heart failure called Cardiac Contractility Modulation, or CCM TM, which is delivered by the company’s Optimizer® Smart System.

CCM is first-of-a-kind, proprietary, life-changing treatment alternative for a vast population of heart failure patients across the globe.

With global headquarters in Mount Laurel, N.J., the company has additional offices in Stuttgart, Germany; Orangeburg, N.Y.; and Willemstad, Curacao.

Responsibilities: Develop software for market-destined products and internal development tools.

Develop technical specifications for software projects.

Coordinate technical aspects of projects with other group engineers, as well as with external development groups.

Conduct development activities on multiple simultaneous projects.

Thoroughly test and document work.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or Electrical/Computer Engineering.

Equivalent work experience may take the place of a degree.

2 years of experience in a hands-on research and development work environment.

Primary experience developing desktop application software in C++, Java, or similar.

Some experience developing web applications.

Some experience developing for or interfacing with embedded platforms.

Additional: Ability to communicate in English, including writing technical documentation.

Ability to function well in a self-driven, start-up like environment and balance multiple projects.

Prior experience developing medical devices or instrumentation, or working in other high reliability and/or heavily regulated fields is preferred.