Beckman Coulter Diagnostics Chaska, MN 55318 Remote

Software Engineer Intern

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Join a team where you can be heard, be supported, and always be yourself. At Beckman Coulter, a Danaher company, we are building a culture that celebrates backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives of all our associates. We are dedicated to advancing and optimizing the laboratory to move science and health care forward for more than 80 years. We are also invested in you! You have the opportunity to gain meaningful career experience, be creative, and try new things with the support you need to be successful.

No matter where you look at Beckman Coulter, our shared purpose—helping realize life’s potential—is in action. Our work helps improve millions of lives. We hope you see yourself here, too.

You will be joining an R&D team developing the next generation of immunoassay laboratory automated analyzers. Our systems are used to test for everything from COVID-19 antibodies to tumor markers. You will have an opportunity to practice working with a scrum team to design, develop and test code. Our systems combine exciting elements like robotics, vision systems, machine learning, and user interface design to build a safe, effective device for diagnosing patients. You will use a C#/.NET framework to develop new functions for the medical device to assist users with troubleshooting and servicing the system. Come learn what it takes to work in software R&D!

This is a hybrid opportunity. Expect a mix of time on location in our Chaska, MN campus and remote work.

In this role, you will have the following opportunities, but are not limited to:
Participate on an Agile Scrum team, working as a team member and independently
Troubleshoot issues and fix software bugs
Collaborate on requirements, design options and root cause of failures with partners and teammates
Give/Receive feedback in peer code inspections to ensure quality
Produce documentation required for medical device regulatory clearance

The essential requirements of the job include:
Enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program such as Computer Science, Software Engineering, Biomedical Engineering with computational focus, or other relevant engineering degree
Preference will be given to students that have completed at least 3 years of study
Experience with C#, Python, Java, C++ or other object-oriented programming languages
Ability to write code including basic design, test driven development, logic/flow, compiling and troubleshooting

It would be a plus if you also have:
Familiarity working with a version control system, like GIT
Knowledge of common object-oriented design patterns
Provided a solution to a Stack Overflow question or annoyed roommates and friends with the rigorous application of the scientific process

When you join us, you’ll also be joining Danaher’s global organization, where 69,000 people wake up every day determined to help our customers win. As an associate, you’ll try new things, work hard, and advance your skills with guidance from dedicated leaders, all with the support of powerful Danaher Business System tools and the stability of a tested organization.