Motion Recruitment is looking for a WPF Software Developer / C#, .NET, C++, MATLAB

    A medical software company in California that produces one of the leading surgery neural monitoring products is hiring a WPF Software Engineer to join their team of 13. They are open to anyone with at least 2 years of professional work experience as they provide excellent training programs. The main application you will work on is their surgery monitoring IoT planform. It has 2 parts, the tablet… which relays the information, and a box with electrodes that hook up to patients during surgery to relay neurological information in terms of neural health and neuron locations. This year they are adding new features that can monitor the pathways and can ensure patients still have the ability to feel and move throughout surgery and afterwards, taking surgery to the next level of preciseness. The teams use WPF, MVVM, C#, lite .NET Core, and will have even more cloud connectivity and growth with Azure.

    This role offers a brand new work facility in Carlsbad, CA. They offer a full gym, bikes/surfboard/paddle board rentals, a putting green, basketball court, and they do Monday night football screenings/dinners on the terrace for team nights. In terms of training, they provide the opportunity to witness the operations to see how the machines are used, cadaver labs, and more. They also offer excellent Medical benefits, a bonus, and pride themselves on providing lots of growth opportunities with their extensive training programs..

    Required Skills & Experience

    • 2+ years professional software engineering experience
    • Bachelor’s in computer science or related field
    • C#
    • WPF and/or ASP.NET
    • Rest API
    • Azure
      The Offer
    • 12% Annual Bonus
    • RSU's

    You Will Receive The Following Benefits

    • Comprehensive health care coverage
    • 401(k) matching
    • 4 weeks PTO
    • Work in a collaborative employee-focused environment with plenty of personal and professional growth
      Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis now and in the future.

    Posted By: Sydney Van Alphen