About Us
 
Candid is redefining oral health by using modern technology to help deliver human-focused care. With a commitment to creating the best outcomes, Candid inspires confidence and promotes wellbeing. We believe that high-quality orthodontics should be affordable and accessible, and we’re pioneering an innovative approach to diagnosing, treating, and monitoring cases remotely. Our team is a group of startup veterans with experience across healthcare, hospitality, tech, and finance at companies such as Lyft, BCG, Airbnb, Blackstone, and Clover Health.


Role

We are looking for an experienced senior full stack engineer to help us build our technology to become the best-in-class consumer healthcare company. You will work alongside other engineers and partner with our product and design teams to plan and develop solutions that will allow Candid™ to continue growing. You will be responsible for bringing our customer touch points to life with sound technical execution of web projects through hands-on development, quality-assurance, and prototyping. You will report directly to an Engineering Manager in our NYC HQ.

 
What You’ll Do 
 
  • Take ownership of both small and large projects you work on
  • Participate in design and code reviews
  • Work with open source tools
  • Build integrations with third-party vendors
  • Architect and implement libraries and frameworks that power Candid™ across the stack
  • Work across product, design, and engineering to deliver good quality software
 
What You’ll Need 
  • You love building and getting things done
  • 4+ years experience working across the tech stack
  • Experience working with engineering and product teams to meet business needs
  • Ability and desire to operate in a fast-paced and outcome biased environment
  • Experience with modern JavaScript libraries and tooling, ideally React 
  • Experience with back end languages and libraries, specifically Python (Django)
  • Proficiency with Git
  • Demonstrated design and UX sensibilities

Pay & Perks 

  • Competitive compensation and equity in the business
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Easy access to work - right off the R & W line, and a short walk from the B, D, F, M, N, Q, 1, and 6 trains
  • Commuter benefits
  • Significant discount on our customized treatment plans and aligners 
  • You will grow a lot here. You’ll be surrounded by employees with deep experience in their field, who have a strong passion for doing great work and constantly learning 
We continuously strive to create and maintain a diverse and inclusive environment, and are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Additionally, this organization participates in E-Verify. 

 

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