AWS Software Architect (remote option) | Indianapolis, IN
hc1 is seeking an innovative Application Architect with a high-aptitude for product definition and collaboration. With increasing business demands, we are looking for a solution visionary that is passionate about defining and roadmapping high-tech solutions with scalability in mind, and that enjoys rolling up their sleeves to construct their vision. This is a key addition to our team, offering a high ceiling as we work to construct life-changing healthcare solutions using AWS.
How we will make an impact:
hc1 is focused on improving lives with high-value care. Our unique machine learning algorithms transform laboratory data into personalized healthcare insights. As an AWS Partner Network organization, our cloud-based software organizes live data (including lab results, genomics, and medications) to deliver solutions that ensure the right patient gets the right test and the right prescription.
- Lead the design and development of hc1’s products
- Design and implement new features and components based on business requirements
- Develop high-level product specifications and technical designs
- Conduct code reviews, documentation of design, and implementation of Agile methodologies to ensure high quality software
- Lead projects with minimal supervision
- Produce working proof of concepts to jump-start development
- Investigate and evaluate new and emerging technologies
- Troubleshoot and fix software application problems
- Participate in hc1’s software process quality efforts
- Mentor other engineers
- 5+ years experience with software design and development experience (Java preferred)
- At least 1 year of experience developing on AWS
- Experience architecting and delivering scalable products, considering deliverables such as technology compatibility, security, costs, etc.
- Experience in designing and developing modern distributed applications
- Extensive experience in designing, developing and debugging Restful Web services and micro-services
- Experience designing cloud-based systems