Careers

On a Mission

We are a group of passionate and driven healthcare professionals, engineers, scientists and business leaders.

Together at Equicare Health, we aim to improve the lives of cancer patients and survivors around the world.

Located in Vancouver’s thriving Olympic Village neighborhood, we take our fun and work seriously, rooted with a great team culture.

We are constantly seeking talented, independent thinkers who share our passion for healthcare and aspire to solve complex problems.

Please submit your resume and application to careers@equicarehealth.com

Current Openings

The Position:

You’ll report to a Lead Software Developer, working in a varied role that includes functional analysis, architecture, design, development and development testing. You’ll help make our customers successful.

Your Responsibilities:

  • Develop React/Redux and Web API web applications meeting our customers’ needs.
  • Maintain and enhance ASP.NET web applications meeting our customers’ needs.
  • Work on a big part of our product life cycle – from functional analysis and design through development testing – in a collaborative team environment.
  • Help us leverage technologies and best practices to deliver cool products.

Your Experience:

  • Software product development
  • Web application development
  • Experience developing with React, Redux, JavaScript, HTML, CSS
  • Experience with the Microsoft stack: SQL Server, IIS, .NET, ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC
  • OO experience
  • Experience with Git
  • Experience with Agile Methodologies: Scrum
  • A university degree or diploma in Computer Science, or equivalent work experience

Your Skills and Expertise

  • You’re a great communicator who excels working in team environments
  • Crafting and maintaining excellent software solutions is a passion
  • You really understand web application security
  • You’re analytical, and love solving problems

Added Bonus If…..

  • You have experience with TDD
  • You’ve worked with HL7 interfaces especially to clinical or healthcare systems
  • You’ve worked with DotNetNuke and/or Spring.NET
  • You’ve created .NET Windows application
  • You have a good sense of humour!
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