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Senior Software Engineer


QGenda is a fast growing Atlanta-based healthcare software company, with an amazing corporate culture, where we strive to be the best place to be a customer. Our software is used by thousands of hospital departments around the world to automatically generate the most optimized physician work schedules to accommodate complex business rules and accurately schedule the appropriate medical provider based on their skill level, specialty, availability, and preferences.

In your role as a Senior Software Engineer you will work with others to design, develop, and implement any changes, bug fixes, and new features to our web application  We're looking for engineers who thrive in short iteration scrum environments.  Our scrum team works in one week sprints and has a strong track record of meeting sprint commitments.  We value collaborative architecture discussions, continuous integration, and ensuring quality through unit and functional testing.  Our engineers solve challenging problems ranging from automating complex schedules to developing optimized user interfaces for visualizing schedules.  We actively look for ways to refactor our code and allocate 20% of our capacity each sprint toward those efforts.  If tackling these kinds of challenges sounds interesting, we'd love to talk to you!

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Work on a Scrum team and participate in all aspects of the development process
  • Actively participate in architecture discussions
  • Develop new features and make modifications to existing features
  • Perform code reviews and mentor junior developers
  • Continually look for ways to improve our code base and evaluate new technologies
  • Facilitate new feature training sessions for our team of implementation engineers


  • Experience with ASP.NET, MVC, and Web API
  • Strong C# development skills and knowledge of .NET
  • Knowledge of HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, and client-side technologies
  • Experience with Entity Framework
  • Experience writing unit tests using NUnit, MSTest, or similar testing framework
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or Computer Information Systems
  • Experience with Agile development processes
  • Strong critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Excellent communication skills and upbeat personality
  • Experience using dependency injection frameworks preferred
  • Experience with functional testing using Selenium a plus

Compensation & Perks

  • Competitive Salary
  • Bonus Eligible
  • 401k Employer Match
  • Pluralsight Subscription

Great Benefits & Culture

  • Full Health and Dental (QGenda pays 100% of the individual premiums)
  • Employee-centric work culture
  • Work remotely when needed
  • 3 "Flex Hours" per week
  • Relaxed vacation policy
  • Company outings
  • Weekly catered lunches
  • Monthly on-site car washes
  • Costco membership
  • Casual dress
  • Opportunity to be part of a fast growing software company with hundreds of customers and thousands of users around the world.

This position is based in Atlanta, GA. We offer competitive salaries, ridiculously good benefits, and an extremely fun environment. Relocation assistance is available for qualified candidates living outside the Metro-Atlanta area.

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