HISP UiO is hiring: Integration Engineer (remote, full-time)

The core DHIS2 team is now hiring an Implementation Engineer to join our global team. If you have experience working on significant interoperability projects and solid technical skills (including Java programming java (Spring framework) and experience with the linux operating environment) and are passionate about working on a meaningful, impactful, and challenging global project, we encourage you to apply!

As DHIS2 Integration Engineer, you will work as part of a small team to design and implement DHIS2 integration scenarios in a variety of countries, with a variety of software systems and frameworks, and for a variety of use cases (with a primary focus on the larger health information system context).

The Integration Engineer will be part of a global team of experts doing similar work across different regions. He/she will be expected to participate fully in the working of the team, with additional responsibility for leading a community of practice of integrators in the HISP community, providing guidance, examples, and advocacy.

This is a full-time position on a 1-year renewable contract, with the option to work remotely (preferably from a time zone within +/- 2 hours of CET) or from Oslo, Norway.

Read the full position description and application instructions on our website: Integration Engineer - DHIS2

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What would a day in the life of an Integration Engineer look like? What types of projects would they be working on? Do you have any examples of integration projects that have been completed in the past?

Thanks,

Dan.

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Also, I know you prefer a candidate who is with 2 hours of your timezone. But, if someone is outside of that, but is willing to or would like to relocate to Sweden or Norway, would there be any assistance available?

Thank you for your questions @ddaley! Someone from the team will respond to you as soon as possible. :pray:

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