The Stanford School of Medicine is looking for a Software Developer, Research, in Palo Alto, CA. According to the post, "You will play a critical role in building a customization of WebProtégé – the Web client for Protégé – that will be used by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the American Medical Association (AMA) to develop the new International Classification of Interventions (ICI) in a collaborative setting. ICI and derived versions for use in the United States are published by WHO and AMA and will be used worldwide for uniform coding of health interventions, reimbursement systems and automated decision support in medicine."
Qualifications for the position include: "Expertise in designing, developing, testing and deploying applications. Proficiency with application design and data modeling. Ability to develop and maintain complex Java based systems. Strong understanding of object-oriented programming principles and design patterns are essential. At least 2 years of experience using modeling languages or object-oriented analysis and design. Ability to select, adapt and effectively use a variety of programming methods. 10 years of experience developing and maintaining complex Java based systems. 5 years of experience using modeling languages or object-oriented analysis and design. At least 2 years of experience in Web-based programming is highly desired. Google Web Toolkit is highly desirable. Knowledge bases and the Semantic Web is highly desirable. Protégé, ontologies and/or OWL are highly desirable."
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