ITClinical is located in Lisbon and works for the Pharmaceutical and Medical industry. Our IT, Scientific and Language Affairs areas help our clients achieve their goals and improve healthcare around the globe.
Our amazing IT team develops tailor made software for clients in Europe and the US, and we want to expand our team with a great full stack developer.
Are you tired of being just another one in the crowd? Would you rather work inhouse rather than being outsourced? Then we need to talk!
As a Full Stack Developer you will be responsible for developing software in the pharmaceutical and medical fields and help us deliver great products.
Our development process follows Test Driven Development methodologies and executable specifications that allow us to maintain high quality standards and create code that make us proud! As a wizard, your code will be so easy to read no one will ever feel it "works like magic".
Collaborate in specifying new features. Be creative!
Program using TDD methodologies. Be professional!
Guide the Acceptance team in developing Acceptance Tests. Be a mentor!
Plan, execute and document the deployment of new software. Be inspiring!
Use Design Patterns and don't settle for average code. Be awesome!
Great programming skills!
Experience with Java or other OO language;
Knowledge of Struts or other MVC. Hibernate. JSP, Jquery and CSS;
Experience with TDD and Cucumber;
Strong focus on code Quality;
Good written skills in English language;
Linux skills are a plus.
You'll have the opportunity to work in a small and friendly environment, work alongside the company's decision makers and mentor the team as it grows.
Are you tired of those 12 hour-days in a consultancy company where you're just another coder? You'll love working with us. Our processes allow us to enjoy normal 8-hour workdays. And most importantly - our work contributes to the development of new drugs and medical devices which improve healthcare around the world!
Email us at [email protected] with your CV and tell us why we should hire you (in English, please)!