Global Migration Solution Engineer.
, is a division of the Agfa-Gevaert Group which is headquartered in Mortsel, Belgium and traded on Euronext Brussels (AGFB). At Agfa HealthCare, we support healthcare professionals across the globe to transform the delivery of care. Our focus is 100% on providing best-of-suite Imaging IT software solutions that enable secure, effective and sustainable imaging data management. From product development to implementation, our unified Enterprise Imaging Platform is purpose-built to reduce complexity, improve productivity and deliver clinical value. We use our proven track record as an innovator, our in-depth medical knowledge and our strategic guidance to help healthcare providers achieve their clinical, operational and business strategies.
The Global Migration Solution Engineer will take on the development of tools to support multiple migration strategies for medical imaging data, by applying the latest software engineering technologies, standards, and best practices. The engineer ensures each design change follows our quality assurance and security control processes and gets delivered on-time. The engineer will join a very dynamic and talented software development team and will work closely with the R&D teams to ensure that both our migration tools and the Agfa HealthCare IT solutions and platforms, including Cloud solutions, will evolve in very collaborative way, with the expected quality and performance level.
The Global Migration Solution Engineer is part of a team that is geographically dispersed across North America (Canada) and Europe (Belgium) designing, developing, validating and documenting Agfa tools, and delivering expert support to Agfa HealthCare resources in all regions (EMEA, NA, LATAM, ASPAC). The team members interact mostly remotely and collaborate very frequently.
The Global Migration Solution Engineer will have the following key responsibilities:
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science or equivalent.
Experience programming in Java is a must.
Bonus points if you have:
Specific skills :