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Our Company

Cerebral is a one-stop shop for high-quality mental health care. 

Since launching in January 2020, we have gone from 5 people in an off brand WeWork to over 2,000 team members across the United States working hand in hand to transform access to high-quality mental health care at scale. Our team will not stop building, growing, and iterating until everyone, everywhere can access high-quality mental health care without the high cost, wait times, and stigma. 

We recently became the fastest mental health company ever to unicorn status, having raised over $162 million and achieved a valuation above $1.2 billion raised. Cerebral’s investors include Silver Lake, Access Industries, Bill Ackman, Chris Burch, WestCap, and Oak HC/FT. 

It is just the beginning for Cerebral, and we need your help as we transform access to high-quality mental health care in the United States and beyond.

How you will contribute:

  • Build, grow, and manage a team of engineers that are designing, building, and maintaining large-scale web applications focused on the patient and clinician experience. 
  • Mentor and support engineers by working on career growth, identifying key structures or processes that need improvement and sometimes getting hands on in building proof of concepts or pair programming
  • Accountable for the operations of the team’s services to ensure stability and uptime
  • Build beautiful experiences using progressive technologies and patterns
  • Demonstrate a mix of intelligence, integrity, domain knowledge, verbal agility, and diplomacy which allows you to rapidly earn the trust of engineers and product management leaders
  • Own the delivery of OKRs, work with the product team to define KPIs and meet SLAs

Our tech stack:

  • Language: Ruby, Reactjs, React Native, Python, Typescript, HTML, CSS
  • Systems: AWS, Postgres, CircleCI

Skills you’ll bring:

  • Experience building teams of engineers to deliver consumer-facing features in a fast-paced environment
  • Tactfulness and leadership to bring about changes to organizational strategy and engineering growth maps while maintaining focus and values of a people and support first organization
  • Ability lead teams in breaking out a monolithic architecture into domain-driven components and services
  • Manage full stack development directly delivering value to patients and providers using technologies like Vue.js, React.js, AWS, Ruby, Typescript, etc. Does not need hands-on experience in all technologies.
  • Mentor engineers with varying skill levels and experiences
  • Hands on capability to build proof of concepts or work with engineers via pair programming

About You:

  • Passionate about adding value that changes people’s lives
  • Quickly make low-level decisions while being patient and methodical with high-level ones.
  • Command the room amongst the smartest and diverse set of individuals
  • Curious, love to learn and to dig into new technologies and can pick them up quickly
  • Demonstrate strong technical architecture and platform engineering skills along with the ability to switch between technology paradigms.
  • Adept at prioritizing value and shipping complex products requiring coordination across multiple teams
  • Love working with some of the best world-class engineers, product managers, and architects.
  • Strive to excel, innovate and take pride in your work
  • Work well with other leaders

Benefits:

  • Top-quality healthcare, dental, and vision plans
  • Remote friendly (only remote!)
  • Monthly happy hours
  • 401K 
  • Unlimited PTO policy

*Must be located in the United States, Canada, or Latin Americas*

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