WebMD’s Health Services business enables employers and health plans to provide their employees and plan members with access to personalized health and benefit information, decision support technology that helps them make informed benefit, provider and treatment choices and provides telephonic health coaching services.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status
WebMD Health Services is looking for an experienced software developer to become a key contributor to our rapidly growing private-portal business. As a member of a Client Delivery team, you will customize and maintain our suite of health management tools. You will collaborate with a diverse group of quality analysts, designers, developers, business analysts and client program managers to deliver robust software solutions that meet the needs of our clients. An ideal candidate has an extensive background in object-oriented design and prior experience working cross-functionally using agile methodologies.
In our environment, you will:
· Contribute to a small cross-functional team in stand-ups, planning meetings and retrospectives
· Review project requirements and define acceptance criteria with the team
· Implement test fixtures, acceptance tests and unit tests
· Design and implement client solutions making appropriate use of software design patterns and best practices
· Research and resolve client-reported issues
· Estimate tasks to facilitate planning
As a member of WebMD Health Services, you may have access to confidential information that will require you to follow additional protocols to ensure the security of our data. As a core requirement, you must implement and act in accordance with the organization’s information security policies; protect assets from unauthorized access, disclosure, modification, destruction or interference; execute security processes or activities; and report security events or potential events or other security risks to the appropriate parties within the organization.