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Lead .Net Developer

Pathology Watch

Pathology Watch

Software Engineering
Aiea, HI, USA
Posted on Tuesday, July 9, 2024

Job Functions, Duties, Responsibilities and Position Qualifications:

Location: Aiea, HI

Status: Full-time

Days/Hours: Business hours, Hybrid - Wednesdays onsite

Base pay rate: $120,000 - $135,000 D.O.E.

The Opportunity

Sonic Healthcare USA is the largest medical laboratory in the world and third largest in the United States. As a company, we are shifting our focus to be a competitive player in technology. As part of this effort, we have created several in-house web applications to serve our laboratory staff, providing them with customized and highly efficient workflow and information management systems.

Challenges you can work on

  • Develop features and enhancements for a mature product that is currently driving day-to-day operations
  • Support evolving healthcare regulatory requirements
  • Refactoring of the legacy codebase to maintain future scalability

Technologies we use

  • Visual Studio 2019, .NET, MSSQL, DevExpress, SSRS


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in physical, biological, laboratory or computer sciences
  • Two years supervisory or managerial experience in clinical or information service/technology related areas
  • 2+ years of .NET development experience
  • Excellent problem solver, with a focus on team success
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and customer service skills
  • Highly motivated to explore solutions and adapt processes to address business needs
  • Advanced knowledge of various SQL languages and Git

Nice to haves

  • Experience with HL7, Corepoint, Cloverleaf or other healthcare communication protocols
  • Experience with reporting tools such as DevExpress and SSRS
  • Experience in areas related to laboratory or hospital information technology


  • Planning and Design:
    • Take a lead role in planning, with a focus on ensuring each developer on the team understands the design & implementation decisions and how to apply them
    • Collaborate with product owners early in the planning process to help guide architectural decisions that will lead to more stability and sustainable design
    • Collaborate with peers and key stakeholders to create conceptual designs for new software applications and upgrades to existing software applications
    • Assign complexity estimations to features
    • Communicate business cases, requirements, project plans and project status to all levels of the organization.
  • Application Development & Testing:
    • Deliver clean, readable code that meets requirements
    • Be a standard bearer for team standards of development practices
    • Provide appropriate documentation of development work
    • Collaborate with teammates on every task
    • Subject all features to manual testing to ensure acceptance criteria are met with a focus on user experience
    • Coordinate peer reviews on every task
  • Support and Maintenance:
    • Work with support teams to understand and triage defects as they arise
    • Participate in efforts to reduce technical debt
    • Be available to address emergency issues in a 24/7 healthcare environment
  • Management:
    • Acts as the lead of the engineers on the data warehouse team including:
      • Assignment of ad hoc and recurring data mining requests
      • Database systems support
      • Set team and individual objectives in line with departmental and company objectives
      • Provide subject matter expertise to the team
      • Mentor and develop talent with career development plans
      • Conduct staff performance reviews
      • Shares responsibility with the IT manager for continuous quality improvement for IT and related areas
      • Works with the IT manager and other leads to assure adequate training of new staff
  • Culture and Team Development:
    • Set the tone for mentorship of all team members
    • Actively seek out opportunities to improve the team dynamic
    • Maintain a focus on breaking down silos
    • Foster an environment of fluid collaboration
    • Ensure that all data communications are secure as required by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996

Scheduled Weekly Hours:


Work Shift:

1st Shift (United States of America)

Job Category:

Information Technology


Sonic Healthcare USA, Inc

Sonic Healthcare USA is an equal opportunity employer that celebrates diversity and is committed to an inclusive workplace for all employees. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, sex, religion, age, national origin, disability, genetics, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.