Concert Health is a rapidly growing behavioral healthcare services organization. The team includes experienced entrepreneurs, nationally recognized clinical pioneers and top flight health-tech investors including Healthy Ventures, Town Hall Ventures, Vertical Venture Partners, and Edward Bergmark.

We provide behavioral health services to primary care organizations using an evidence-based model, Collaborative Care.  We employ a growing team of talented, mission-driven clinicians, empowered by a modern technology platform. Collaborative Care has been shown to be effective, and is supported by Medicare, most commercial health plans, and Medicaid in many states. You can learn more about the model here.

We're looking for a talented Principal Software Engineer who will partner with our Product Team to create an end-to-end technology platform that empowers our clinical team to provide excellent care at scale. Our vision is a unified technology experience for clinicians and patients that brings together electronic medical record (EMR) data, our care management platform, patient engagement tools, and healthcare data analytics. You will own the entire architecture - including web and mobile apps, services, APIs, and 3rd-party integrations. The ideal candidate will be comfortable with strategic technology decision-making, and excited both about continuing to write code themselves and about building teams from the ground up.

Your responsibilities:

  • Become an expert on our care delivery model, the systems that enable it, and requirements to drive growth and support scale
  • Provide strategic direction in the areas of build vs. buy/integrate, technology stack and architecture, data science, machine learning, and analytics
  • Provide technical leadership across mobile, web, REST, database and infrastructure domains
  • Write and maintain high-quality code, with high test coverage, following rigorous processes, standards, and methodologies
  • Define initiatives to improve infrastructure, reduce technical debt, and decrease system complexity
  • Build, motivate, inspire, and mentor internal and external engineering teams as we scale
  • Foster a culture of constant innovation; seek out and implement the latest developments in technology
  • Produce secure, scalable, resilient, cloud-based systems design aligned with our long-term strategy

Your Skills & Experience:

  • 10+ years of software design and development experience
  • 5+ years technical/architecture leadership experience
  • Experience architecting and building scalable enterprise mobile/web applications using cloud-based technologies
  • Demonstrated proficiency in one or more of Python, C, C++, Java, Scala, and C#
  • Experience integrating with 3rd-party systems and APIs
  • Proficiency in Web API, REST, and SOA
  • Demonstrated ability to lead architectural decisions, and to analyze, build, and extend stack as required for commercialization
  • Deep knowledge of data security standards and best practices
  • Demonstrated ability to design, implement, and deliver a scalable build-test-release infrastructure
  • Experience recruiting and building teams (internal and outsourced) from the ground up
  • Strongly opinionated and pragmatic, but respectful and collaborative
  • Self-motivated with strong interpersonal and communication skills

Bonus Points for:

  • architecture and API; developing in Salesforce technologies such as Apex, Triggers, Lightning Design and Visualforce pages
  • Exposure to healthcare and experience/understanding of the healthcare IT ecosystem (especially behavioral healthcare) and understanding of related systems, such as electronic medical records (EMRs)
  • Familiarity w/ healthcare interoperability standards such as FHIR, HL7

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