**This role can be remote, with preference for San Francisco**
Seeing a psychiatrist can take up to 3 months and cost as much as $500. Shocked? Us too. That’s why we started Cerebral, a telemedicine-first mental health startup. We are breaking down the barriers to access to mental healthcare so that anybody can get the care and meds they need immediately and for just $99/month. We launched publicly in January 2020, are growing at over 40% month-over-month, and need your help.
We’re growing quickly and we need your help:
We’re are looking for a Head of Engineering with experience making incredible user experiences on the web. As our first executive hire, we expect you to be a player-coach able to make full-stack contributions while also leading and growing a team of engineers.
Are you a fit?
- You majored in Computer Science, Physics, Math, Engineering, Chemistry or related BA/BS degree
- You have 5-7+ years of full-time work experience in software engineering, with 2+ years managing a team of engineers.
- You have experience building automated deployment promotion pipeline (i.e., build, test, deploy) using AWS services
- You have experience with modern SaaS build services (Codeship/Circle CI/Travis CI)
- You have experience with agile development in a one-week cycle
- You have experience working in React and Ruby on Rails, and can show us projects you are proud of
- You love getting better at this. You want to always be improving your own work and your team's work.
- Owning our entire engineering stack, from backend to frontend, including our patient-facing and provider-facing technologies
- Manage, mentor, and grow a team of engineers
- Work cross-functionally with the product, growth, and medical teams
- Work closely with management to set, track, and meet product and engineering goals
- The privacy and security of highly sensitive patient data
- Our infrastructure is open. If you love dev-ops, strong opinions on deploy and scaling infrastructure would be appreciated.
- If you've ever worked on a medical system, or you're comfortable with sensitive medical data
- If you have any experience architecting early data-flow systems, it would be a huge plus.