Clinical Software Quality Assurance Specialist TeraRecon
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About the Company
Based in Foster City, in the heart of California's Silicon Valley, TeraRecon (www.terarecon.com) is the world's leading independent provider of client-server advanced visualization technology for radiology, cardiology and vascular surgery. The company was founded in 1997 and has over 4,000 installations globally, including some of the world's most famous medical imaging facilities, such as Stanford University, Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, Sydney Adventist Hospital, Royal Liverpool Hospital, and many more. The company's unique and innovative client-server technology has enabled widespread access to advanced visualization technology in a way that was never before possible, when 3D visualization was confined to stand-alone workstations. Today, the company supplies internal server-based software solutions, in addition to Cloud-based real-time, interactive advanced visualization for CT, PET and MRI, through a web browser.
About the Position
We are seeking an individual with a clinical CT or MR background who desires to develop a career in software quality assurance engineering. This position will work with our software development team throughout the entire development process and occasionally directly with customers to both draft and execute test protocols from design/functional specifications. We seek someone that is proactive and can deliver results in a fast paced environment.
Former US Military CT technician personnel are encouraged to apply.
Draft and execute test protocols from design/functional specifications throughout the entire development process.
Qualify software on new hardware and OS platforms.
Prepare and maintain test environments.
Document bugs and troubleshoot issues.
Develop, maintain and improve continually regression test documents.
Follow ISO procedures and FDA regulation.
Knowledge in DICOM.
2 years of hands-on professional experience in CT or MR, and 3D post-processing.
Knowledge of anatomical structures and CT & MRI post-processing techniques are required.
Familiarity with everyday Microsoft Windows operations, including basic Microsoft Word skills, is required.
Working knowledge of PACS, CT and MR procedures and qualification as a radiologic technologist is desired.
Past experience as an applications specialist is an advantage but not necessarily a requirement
Bachelor degree in engineering or equivalent experience.
ARRT License preferred (not required)
Salary: Depending on qualifications and experience.
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, LTD, STD, Section 125, and 401K
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