You will work with a team of programmers and scientists at the Lloyd Smith Group in the Chemistry Department, developing a scientific software package. This is an hourly appointment requiring a commitment of 20-30 hours per week. Work times are flexible, but routine face-to-face meetings are expected. The hourly wage is $10.25 per hour. We are looking for a candidate who will:
Bloomberg software engineers develop impactful solutions to complex, real-world problems. This is no different for our interns. Engineering interns take ownership of their projects under the mentorship of full-time software engineers. We are looking for top computer science students who are passionate about technology and eager to learn in our high energy, fast-paced environment. As an intern, you’ll become an expert on the Bloomberg Terminal and gain a deeper understanding of technology and finance.
Bloomberg engineers develop impactful solutions to complex, real-world problems. The software we write is utilized every day by leading business and finance experts worldwide. We roll out new software daily, which encourages our teams to work together on how to best design, build and deploy these systems. Our training program will teach you the ins and outs of our technology stack and how to be a successful software engineer in our high-energy and fast-paced environment. Training consists of lectures, labs and group projects.
As a Software Tester on our Quality Assurance (QA) team at Epic, you'll play a critical role in ensuring that our software lives up to its world-class reputation. These detail-oriented perfectionists test our software from a medical professional's perspective to make sure it's efficient and intuitive. As a part of our testing team, you'll use your creativity to push our software to the limit. First we use it right, and then we use it wrong. Thinking outside the box, you'll work side by side with our developers to create high quality healthcare software.
In the world of healthcare, having the right information in the right place at the right time isn’t just important – it can mean the difference between life and death. Through the use of Epic’s software, harmful medication errors are avoided every day in hospitals across the United States – and that’s just one small way your code will help others save lives.
Create solutions where none exist. Solve meaningful, complex problems in healthcare. As a Technical Problem Solver on Epic's Technical Services (TS) team, you will directly impact the way over half of Americans receive healthcare. In this complex and evolving industry, healthcare organizations often need to push the boundaries of Epic’s software to meet ever-changing user and regulatory needs.
As a project manager, you'll work side by side with our customers to install our software, help them to lead and manage change, and ultimately transform the way they provide healthcare for over 50% of Americans. Project managers develop creative strategies to achieve a common end goal while collaborating with smart and innovative colleagues from all roles. Customers will see you as the face of Epic, and you'll form long-lasting relationships with your teams. No two days are the same - you'll never stop learning and growing.
Do you come alive in front of an audience? Do you thrive on creating "light bulb" moments for others? We're looking for corporate educators who can engage and teach both our customers and our staff. The ideal candidate has a dynamic stage presence, is interested in writing and creating effective learning content, and wants to have a significant impact on the healthcare of the world. You bring your smarts, writing chops, and that je ne sais quoi that hooks trainees and keeps them engaged throughout a multi-day course; we'll teach you the software part.
Professor of Computer Sciences Stephen Wright is leading a group of 14 researchers from several departments in creating the Institute for Foundations of Data Science, supported by a $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation.