Do you get excited about building products that tangibly help real people? What about contributing to feature development from inception through to implementation? And joining a creative and remarkable team?
At Curology, we're building the dermatology office of the future. We're part telemedicine startup/part skincare lab—and completely focused on helping thousands of people get medical care previously accessible to only a tiny percentage of the population.
— We're Product People —
Our consumer-facing React app powers 1:1 chats with real dermatology providers and enables users to engage with a vibrant community—and most all, helps people see life-changing improvements in their skin.
Our technology is built by a small, tight-knit team on React, Laravel and Heroku, with Aurora, Elasticsearch, Docker and Airflow sprinkled in for good measure. We're looking for an experienced front end engineer excited about building beautiful, rich user experience apps with a high degree of ownership to join our team and take our product to the next level.
Curology is headquartered in the beautiful Hayes Valley neighborhood of San Francisco and has additional offices (and roots!) in San Diego.
— Responsibilities —
As a front end engineer, you’ll be tasked with building out various components for the app and identifying new patterns for the team to adopt on the front end. At times, you’ll be the pioneer of discovering emerging technology that could benefit our team or on the forefront of architecting for the future.
— Requirements —
4+ years of experience in front end focused web development
Keeps up-to-date with the latest front end technologies and best practices
Familiarity with a server-side web framework (i.e. Rails, Django, Laravel, Node.js)
Ability to work cross-functionally between product, design, and engineering
— Nice to haves —
Experience at a fast-paced environment
— How We Interview & Hire —
Our interview process begins with an intro call to help you learn more about the role and decide if Curology is a mutual fit. If we move forward, we'll have a short take-home prompt and then an onsite with our engineering and leadership teams.