CurveBeam Career Opportunity: Developing Software for a 3D Imaging Leader

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Dave Rovner explained

 

If CurveBeam was a band, it’d be the Foo Fighters. How’s that for a hook? On this CurveBeam Jobcast, host Tyler Kern got the details on an open software engineer position for Pennsylvania-based CurveBeam, the first company to offer a weight-bearing CT for extremities which has transformed the field of podiatry and orthopedics.

CurveBeam Software Development Manager Dave Rovner explained: “The main guy in that band Dave Grohl was in another band, Nirvana, a pioneer in the music scene. So, how does that relate? Our CEO Arun Singh as well as others at CurveBeam come from another pioneering company in the dental imaging world and CurveBeam really extended that technology to the medical field.”

CurveBeam, a 3D orthopedic imaging leader in the United States, Europe, Australia, and China, is looking for a software development engineer to join its reputed team five days a week in Hatfield, PA. Rovner said the ideal candidate will have a Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Computer Science, or Biomedical Engineering with a software emphasis, as well as two years of experience in programming Python.

Rovner said adaptability within this agile company is essential, as well as good communication skills within small engineering teams.

“Also, we want someone who has the confidence to present new ideas and challenge old ones,” Rovner said. “This is an environment that encourages that.”

Click HERE to apply!

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