Blink Health is a well-funded healthcare technology company on a mission to make prescription drugs more accessible and affordable for everyone. We’re scaling up in a highly complex vertical to change the way Americans access the prescription drugs they need.

Our proprietary platform and supply chain allow us to offer everyone — whether they have insurance or not — amazingly inexpensive prices on their medications. Blink is providing a life-changing experience for people all over the country and fixing how opaque, unfair and overpriced healthcare has become. We are a highly collaborative team of builders and operators who invent new ways of working in an industry that historically has resisted innovation. Join us!

As a Senior Engineering Manager at Blink Health you are respected by colleagues for your industry leadership experience, ability to inspire and attract key talent, passion for customers and track record of delivering high-quality products that delight customers.

In this role, your team will own products and platforms powering Blink’s pharmacy platform. You will lead a multi-talented team of software engineers to ensure Blink’s pharmacy platform is The Easiest Way to Buy Prescription Meds, while evolving underlying pharmacy platform systems to scale with Blink’s expected hyper growth. Your team is proud of what they ship because you’ve built a culture of quality and continuous improvement. You will define and drive a long-term roadmap for your team, and you will scale your leadership to multiple teams.

What You'll Do:

  • Disrupt and overhaul America’s healthcare industry by providing technical leadership to build, develop and scale proprietary Blink technology
  • Identify opportunity to create value through technology, and define technical vision for your team and the company
  • Be a domain expert on healthcare technology and products while obsessing about Blink customers
  • Inspire, recruit and drive career development for a team of high performing engineers
  • Develop a scalable, sustainable engineering culture to retain top talent

 

Who You Are:

  • Track record of building top talent and high performing teams
  • Experience owning both software development process (e.g. delivery methodology) and design (e.g. contribute to architecture reviews)
  • Product and\or platform leadership through the full SDLC in rapid-growth environments, from roadmap vision to idea conception, build, launch and production operation.
  • Proven success in working effectively with cross-functional partners, including product, marketing, business, operations divisions - across the organization
  • Examples of engineers for whom you’ve guided their technical and career progress
  • Familiarity with cloud infrastructure (AWS, GCP, Azure, etc), containerization, SOA architecture, continuous integration and delivery
  • Class-A communicator: curious, thoughtful, clear, and (mostly) correct.
  • BE in Computer Science or equivalent practical experience

What You'll Need:

  • 10+ years professional experience in software development, including 3+ years in a people management role. Leading multiple teams and/or engineering managers is a plus.
  • Experience with some of our tech stack, including Python, Django, AWS, Kubernetes and Linux and tools such as DataDog, Kibana and Pagerduty
  • Experience architecting and implementing high performance and large scale distributed systems

Why join us:

At Blink, we put humans first. We want everyone at Blink to be able to do the best work of their lives. We are a relentlessly learning, constantly curious and aggressively collaborative cross-functional team dedicated to inventing new ways to improve the lives of our customers. We care about the future of healthcare and are looking for people who share our passion. 

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