Lighting the way with diagnostics
Sysmex NZ has expanded its business and are recruiting to support a continued growth strategy. We are a leading health-tech company driven by the planet’s most urgent and important healthcare needs. If you work for us, you’ll be making a genuine contribution to a healthier tomorrow for New Zealand and the world.
Right now, we’re assisting New Zealand’s Covid-19 response with our digital health products. Our innovations are helping solve urgent health challenges.
Our award-winning health-tech products are unique, so the job opportunities we offer are also unique. Bring your existing skills and knowledge, then let us add to them in a way that benefits us both.
When you join Sysmex in Auckland, you’ll become part of a worldwide effort to continually advance healthcare diagnostics and IT systems. Sysmex New Zealand Ltd, is a subsidiary of Sysmex Corporation based in Japan and listed on the Japanese stock exchange with more than 73 offices and 10,000 staff around the world.
About the role
Based in our Newmarket office, the role of Software Developer (junior to senior) is to continue with the development and roll out of new features while also adding enhancements to existing IT healthcare products. A fantastic opportunity to work on cutting edge technology (Azure, AWS, Angular, .NET Core, CI/CD, Mobile etc.) while modernizing a large existing legacy solution.
You will be responsible for assigned tasks as well as contributing to the design and development of the overall product offering in a supportive Agile team. You will also be available to assist team members in helping to foster a friendly, team oriented, collaborative work environment. We'll provide you with training, coaching and development opportunities, so willingness and technical capability to learn are the key skills we're looking for.
What you’ll bring to the role
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What can Sysmex New Zealand do for you?
To apply for this role, you must be legally entitled and readily available to work in New Zealand.