Calypso Medical - Seattle- Seeking Manager, Software Systems

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    At Calypso® Medical, innovation is our passion. We have created the
    first in a series of innovative products destined to advance the
    science of radiation therapy treatment for cancer specialists and
    their patients. And that's just the beginning.

    We value individual initiative, originality and intellectual
    curiosity. Small teams excel in achieving milestones and delivering
    results. Our team thrives on open communication, resourcefulness and
    rapid problem solving.

    At Calypso® Medical, located in downtown Seattle, Washington, we are
    proud of our technical excellence, but most importantly, we are
    committed to making a difference in radiation therapy.

    Calypso® Medical is currently recruiting for several positions on our
    software product development team. Our company recently closed on
    $42M in a private equity financing to support the market launch of
    our FDA approved Calypso® 4D Localization System and is seeking
    additional talent to further our new product development efforts.
    Come join a company on the move!

    Manager, Software Systems

    Calypso® Medical is looking for a working Manager of Software Systems
    to provide managerial and project leadership for a small team of
    software engineers focused on developing medical device software for
    the Calypso Medical 4D Localization System. Responsibilities include
    recruitment, management and retention of experienced software
    professionals; the establishment of performance criteria and goals
    for these individuals; participating in the establishment,
    maintenance, and documenting of software development processes for
    medical devices; providing technical oversight of software methods,
    tools, and techniques used in medical device software development;
    working with the project manager as required integrating deliverables
    with other groups to support corporate goals; and effectively
    interacting with multidisciplinary team members including marketing,
    hardware, quality assurance, and algorithm development teams.

    This working manager will also be expected to design, develop, test,
    and document assigned software system components for a real-time,
    multi-threaded, multi-process, distributed software application. This
    individual will participate in architectural review discussions and
    implement changes as necessary; participate in technical project
    reviews and application code reviews; actively assist in resolving
    integration issues and assess and recommend performance enhancements
    within assigned components as needed; and develop appropriate
    documentation for work products in support of our FDA-compliant
    development process.

    Minimum requirements include 7+ years experience developing
    distributed multi-threaded, multi-process, and multi-tiered
    applications with 3+ years management experience; development and
    management experience of numerous software products; significant
    experience with the entire product life-cycle as well as with
    developing prototype applications; demonstrable proficiency with
    Window development platforms (multiple operating systems experience
    preferred); .NET experience is highly preferred; significant
    experience in developing applications with two of the following three
    languages: (C#, C++, and/or Java); B.S. in C.S. or engineering


    Calypso® Medical Technologies, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer
    jolsen, Feb 14, 2007
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