Advanced Software Solutions Developer - Verity

at HealthStream, Inc.

Position Summary:

Design, develop, and maintain the software products offered by Verity. Lead project development efforts while training development staff in technology best practices and product offerings. Work with systems group to understand internal and external customer needs, understand requirements, and effectively communicate product and technology decisions. Design and estimate effort of new features or sub-systems from business concept to detailed technical design. Develop quality, defect free software that adheres to company coding and documentation standards.


  • A Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Engineering (any discipline), or closely related field of study is preferred
  • 3 years of experience in the job offered or 3 years of experience as a Senior Application Developer, Consultant, Software Engineer, or closely related occupation
  • Position also requires demonstrated experience with: ASP.NET and C#; and Database development experience with Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL or similar.
  • Agile project management experience required, ideally focused on SCRUM or Kanban


  • .NET (latest), including C# and
  • Web technologies including HTML 5, CSS and JavaScript
  • SQL querying and performance tuning
  • Familiarity with development practices including:
  • Cloud Providers such as AWS
  • DevOps practices and automation
  • Continuous Integration practices
  • SOLID Development Principles
  • Inversion of Control
  • Code refactoring
  • Object-oriented Design Patterns (GOF)
  • Architecture Patterns (N-Tier)
  • Data Access Layer Technologies (ORMs, Micro ORMs, etc.)
  • Strong communication skills including technical writing ability

HealthStream is an equal opportunity employer. HealthStream prohibits employment practices that discriminate against individual employees or groups of employees on the basis of age, color, disability, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, veteran or military status, genetic information or any other category deemed protected by state and/or federal law