What we do.
Forcare’s main message is “Empower your flow”. This message is directed at healthcare professionals and institutions alike. We do this through standards (IHE/HL7/DICOM) based exchange of medical information, like medical images, reports and other content. We unlock content from hospital silos to enable effortless sharing with users and institutions outside the hospital walls.
We run our cloud services on Intermax for the Dutch market and AWS for the US and Canada region. The tools we use include Jenkins, Puppet, Ansible, Docker, Java and Gradle to do our deployments, but feel free to promote your own preferences.
What we are looking for.
We are one of the many companies transitioning to the cloud: expect some turbulence on the way. Thus, we are looking for someone with drive, discipline and resilience, rather than a candidate ticking all the toolchain or knowledge checkboxes.
That being said - you have proven problem solving skills (HBO/WO/University level), preferably in a Unix/Linux network intensive (DevOps) environment. Plus you can express yourself effortless in a language like Java, English (preferably in Dutch too) and visually in drawings - so you can easily explain what you did in a stand-up or share your architecture decision with a co-worker. You like test driven development and a structured, careful way of working, which we think is essential for the medical domain.
What you will do.
In the DevOps team (one of the development teams in Zeist - it is a big plus if you live nearby), you will support our services and support teams by developing pipelines to deliver functionality to our customers effectively. You make sure new deployments go smoothly and existing services are always up. This means you will also write unit tests (like RSpec, Serverspec) and integration tests (currently in Java) to have a safety net. Additionally, you will also need to coach our software developers (SCRUM teams) how to implement features that just “work in the cloud”.
What we offer.
What we offer besides the usual package, is an open workspace full of smart and pragmatic people with a straightforward communication style. The environment is small enough for you to be recognized for your achievements, yet the company is big enough to offer opportunities outside the Netherlands. We look honestly at ourselves and try to learn from our mistakes. There is good coffee, regular chocolate and a communal lunch where the CEO can sit next to an IT support intern. Besides working hard, we also allow ourselves to relax with activities that vary from cultural outings and coding challenges to indulging ourselves in (sometimes geeky) humor.
Ready for the next step?
You can apply via the Hebbes Personeel website.