Technical Implementation Specialist (Digital Computational Pathology)
Contribute to driving the digital breakthrough in pathology & implement complex IT Solutions to our healthcare customers.
Be the Technical Implementation Specialist on state-of-the-art Philips Digital Computational Pathology (DCP) IT solutions, enabling clinicians to view high resolution scanned images & diagnose effectively.
You will enable storing & real time streaming of up to petabytes of data through working on new customer & upgrade projects & participating in troubleshooting.
Working with the Project Manager, Engineers, the Customer & 3rd parties, you will install and configure server software solutions, ensuring the customers DCP lifecycle is smooth.
This role offers you the chance to work from home, with up to 10% travel predominately covering customers across the UK&I.
From competitive salary, car allowance and performance bonus to family friendly policies, flexible benefits and access to Philips University, a career at Philips comes with all sorts of wonderful benefits. Be sure to speak to your recruiter about all the benefits on offer.
You’re right for this role if:
You have several years’ experience working with Windows Server, VMware, Hardware installations and SQL Server (in order of priority)
You’re an excellent communicator with the ability to understand customer requirements.
Troubleshooting and analysing problems energises you.
You hold a full UK Driving License and have a willingness to travel.
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