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Open Positions

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Clairity is seeking an experienced Software Development Engineer in Test (SDET) to help advance our mission of revolutionizing healthcare. With an initial focus on breast cancer screening, we will build mammography-based machine learning (ML) solutions that accurately predict the risk of cancer, personalize the plan of care, cultivate trust, and save lives. We want to expand our team with someone who shares our appreciation for the rapidly evolving power of big data and machine learning, and who enjoys bringing to production state-of-the-art applications to solve novel real-world healthcare problems.

We are seeking a highly skilled, experienced SDET Engineer to join our dynamic and growing team. In this role, you will work closely with our development team to design and implement testing strategies, and to ensure the robustness and reliability of our ML-powered cloud-based product.

The ideal candidate will have strong skills in software development and software test automation. He or she is a team player, highly motivated self-starter, detailed-oriented with demonstrated ownership, accountability, and commitment to high quality deliverables.

Founded in 2020 by Santé Ventures and Dr. Connie Lehman, the Head of Breast Imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital, Clairity is in Austin, TX and has raised ~$29 million to date in funding from investors. The location of the position is flexible within the United States, with the ability to work remotely from home.

 Primary Responsibilities

  • Work closely with the development team to understand the architecture of our AI-based platform and devise effective test strategies and plans.
  • Design and implement Unit, Component, and Integration tests of ML infrastructure code.
  • Integrate unit/component/integration/system testing into a CI/CD system (CircleCI preferred).
  • Design and implement End-to-End tests (AWS Lambdas, ML Model experiments).
  • Identify, analyze, and document any bugs or defects found during testing.
  • Review and analyze system specifications and collaborate with developers to understand how changes in the software affect maintenance of test scripts and the testing environment.
  • Implement automated tests to ensure high-quality product delivery.
  • Participate in code reviews and provide input on coding standards and code improvements.
  • Advocate for test priorities in daily scrum meetings and sprint planning.
  • Create detailed, comprehensive, and well-structured test plans and test cases.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure the software meets regulatory standards and requirements.

Requirements (Essential)

  • 5+ years of software engineering background, with proficiency in programming languages such as Python, and experience with SW testing tools and frameworks, ML frameworks, containerization technologies, CI/CD tools, and cloud platforms, preferably AWS.
  • 5+ years of experience automating component and integration tests via CI/CD infrastructure, in particular integrating unit / component / integration / system testing into a CI/CD system.
  • 3+ years of experience with Agile/Scrum development methodologies.
  • 3+ years of hands-on experience with big data tools and technologies such as Hadoop, Spark, and Hive, along with experience in managing and deriving insights from large, complex datasets.
  • 3+ years of Data Management, including how to handle large datasets and working with different database systems.
  • Proficiency in at least one machine learning framework (TensorFlow, PyTorch).
  • Proficiency in Git and Python.

Requirements (Preferred)

  • Proven experience as a SDET in the medical imaging or healthcare industry
  • Familiarity with the concept of quality gates would be a plus.
  • Knowledge of medical imaging standards: DICOM, HL7.

 Education & Experience

  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or a related field.

For More Information, Please Send Resume To:
info@clairity.com

 

Clairity is seeking an experienced Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) to help advance our mission of revolutionizing healthcare. With an initial focus on breast cancer screening, we will build mammography-based machine learning (ML) solutions that accurately predict the risk of cancer, personalize the plan of care, cultivate trust, and save lives. We want to expand our team with someone who shares our appreciation for the rapidly evolving power of big data and machine learning, and who enjoys bringing to production state-of-the-art applications to solve novel real-world healthcare problems.

We are seeking a highly skilled, experienced Site Reliability Engineer to join our dynamic and growing team. In this role, you will focus on the health and integrity of our systems as you bolster and maintain the infrastructure for our cloud platform. You will use your skills in AWS, system administration, network engineering, automation, and Python scripting to make our systems more secure, efficient, reliable, and scalable. The SRE will also provide IT support to all Clairity’s development partners and product customers.

The ideal candidate has strong problem-solving skills, with the ability to troubleshoot and address system and network issues promptly. He or she is a team player with appetite for hands-on work, highly motivated self-starter, detailed-oriented with demonstrated ownership, accountability, and commitment to high quality deliverables.

Founded in 2020 by Santé Ventures and Dr. Connie Lehman, the Head of Breast Imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital, Clairity is in Austin, TX and has raised ~$29 million to date in funding from investors. The location of the position is flexible within the United States, with the ability to work remotely from home.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Build, and maintain our cloud infrastructure on AWS, ensuring scalability, security, and cost-effectiveness.
  • Implement DevOps methodologies and tools, facilitating continuous integration, continuous delivery, and automation of infrastructure management tasks.
  • Design, develop and manage cloud infrastructure using AWS services, Terraform, and Docker containers.
  • Use system administration and network engineering skills to ensure the reliability, scalability, and performance of systems.
  • Develop and maintain automation tools to reduce manual operational tasks.
  • Implement container orchestration to improve scalability and reliability.
  • Implement and manage data pipelines using Apache Airflow.
  • Ensure system and network security is always maintained, implementing appropriate security measures.

Requirements (Essential)

  • 5+ years working with cloud-based computing infrastructure in AWS and big data systems, and maintaining highly scalable, reliable production systems.
  • 5+ years of experience in system administration, network engineering, and AWS cloud services.
  • 5+ years of experience of infrastructure as code principles, with proficiency in Terraform.
  • 3+ years of developing CI/CD to maintain multiple dev, staging and prod environments. Environments will have different software versions and configuration.
  • 3+ years of AWS administration management, and familiarity with AWS services like EC2, RDS, S3, Lambda, VPC, IAM, KMS, and CloudTrail.
  • 3+ years of developing observability and auditability features.
  • 3+ years of implementing orchestration and data management workflow solutions (AWS Step Functions, Airflow).
  • Experience in promoting, developing, and leveraging reusable, composable and shareable containerized components across pipelines.
  • Strong understanding of network protocols, IP networking, DNS, and distributed networks.
  • Familiarity with DevOps practices and culture.
  • Practical experience of the following technologies:
    • Alerting and reporting: Prometheus, Grafana, AWS Cloud Watch Insights
    • Deployment: Github, containers (Kubernetes, Docker)
    • Encryption technologies: Rest, Transit
    • Infrastructure-as-code: Terraform, CloudFormation
    • Integration: VPN (Tailscale), virtualization, edge computing
    • Pipeline orchestration: Apache Airflow
    • Scripting languages: Python, Bash

 Requirements (Preferred)

  • Understanding of Software Development Life Cycle for software medical devices.
  • Knowledge of medical imaging standards: DICOM, HL7.
  • Experience of developing comprehensive cybersecurity measures and implementing data protection and privacy controls across some cloud infrastructure.
  • AWS Certified SysOps Administrator – Associate or Professional.
  • Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA).

Education & Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or a related field, or equivalent experience.
  • Proven experience in Site Reliability Engineering, DevOps, or a similar role.

For More Information, Please Send Resume To:
info@clairity.com