eClinicalWorks Software Engineer Intern in United States
We are eClinicalWorks. We are a privately held leader in healthcare IT, providing comprehensive, cloud-based EHR/PRM solutions to medical professionals worldwide to improve workflows and reduce the risk of physician burnout. We care. We are committed to positive change. And that’s where you come in. Do you value creativity and innovation? Great, so do we. At eClinicalWorks, we share a passion for improving healthcare through dedication, education, and teamwork. Everyone has that one thing they’re really good at. We value your talent and want you to join our fast-paced, fun, and culturally diverse environment. Ready to make a difference? Apply today.
Software Engineer - Intern
Intern candidate responsible for designing, developing and testing of features/tools development collaborating with a team of product engineering.
Design, Develop, test and be part of implementation
Work with product analysts and product managers going through the requirements
Write technical design documents detailing the specifics of features
Review code and develop unit test cases
Document functional testing results and refine feature as needed
Familiarity with database concepts, writing efficient, scalable, high performing SQL queries using MSSQL and MySQL.
Experience with C#, .NET
Candidate should be highly familiar with hands on experience with development tools such as Intellij, Eclipse.
Candidate should be highly familiar with development platforms with JDK, Apache Tomcat
Good exposure to version control tools such as SVN, Git,
Good communication skills
Exposure to healthcare industry is highly desired
eClinicalWorks is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We respect and seek to empower each individual and support the diverse cultures, perspectives, skills, and experiences that bring us together and help create a healthy world
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