General Electric Software Developer for a Digital Health Application in Haifa, Israel
Role Summary:We are seeking candidates to join the Acute Care Data Science team, to work as part of an elite team of Machine Learning and Data Science experts
Essential Responsibilities:As a Data Engineer, you will design, build, and integrate data from various sources, Electronic Medical Records, real-time monitors, and more. You will manage big data infrastructure that powers real-time analytical operations, integrated analytics solutions and ad hoc data analyses.
Qualifications/Requirements:• Bachelor or Master degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or Data Science
• 3+ years’ experience in software development
• Experience in Python and Java
• Command line / Linux shell
• Experience with SQL
Desired Characteristics:• Advantage in experience with the following:o Docker and Cloud ETL tools (e.g. AWS data pipeline and S3) o no-SQL databases o Chatbots and NLP o Background in medicine o Agile development
• A team player. Collaborative and communicative. Able to adapt to change.
About Us:GE (NYSE:GE) drives the world forward by tackling its biggest challenges. By combining world-class engineering with software and analytics, GE helps the world work more efficiently, reliably, and safely. GE people are global, diverse and dedicated, operating with the highest integrity and passion to fulfill GE’s mission and deliver for our customers. www.ge.com
Harnessing data and analytics across hardware, software and biotech, GE Healthcare is the $18 billion healthcare business of GE (NYSE: GE). As a leading provider of medical imaging equipment, with a track record of more than 100 years in the industry and more than 50,000 employees across 100 countries, we transform healthcare by delivering better outcomes for providers and patients.
GE’s new digital health initiative in Acute Care is one of two targets on which GE and Roche Diagnostics have recently partnered. The leader in in-vivo diagnostics (GEHC) and the leader in in-vitro diagnostics (Roche) expect to make tremendous progress in the management of cancer and sepsis. Sepsis is a major challenge in medicine. Its incidence is increasing so significantly, that it is now considered an epidemic, with 250,000 deaths from sepsis per year, and approximately $19 billion of healthcare costs in the US alone.
With the Acute Care initiative, we have undertaken the challenge to reduce the incidence and costs associated with sepsis as a first target for a new digital health offering that is based in real-time sensing, biological markers, and data science. The Acute Care Data Science team in Haifa is developing novel AI and machine learning predictive and prescriptive solutions for medical practitioners using this rich and untapped medical data.Additional Locations:Israel;Haifa;