iOS Mobile Engineer

At Hazel Health

San Francisco | Remote

Hazel Health, the national leader in school-based telehealth, was founded in 2015 to address systemic inequities in healthcare access, and ensure all children can get the quality care they need and deserve. We leverage digital health technology to provide on-demand physical and mental health care services to over 2 million students in school districts across the country.

Physical and mental telehealth has become more relevant in the lives of children than ever before. Hazel is experiencing tremendous company growth as we respond to our nation’s call for equitable, affordable, and safe virtual access to healthcare.

We are a mission-driven team of healthcare and business leaders, educators, and tech innovators, bringing together our unique skills in a meaningful way to do good in the world. Please consider joining us to share your gifts and talents with a growing and diverse organization, working to make healthcare available to all students.

About This Role:

This position will primarily involve working on our iOS mobile clients but the ideal candidate isn’t afraid of pitching in to help on anything including our server, Android clients, internal tools, web dashboards, and more.  If you enjoy learning, love to create and just get things done, you’ll fit in well.
 
Key Qualifications
  • 5+ years of iOS development experience
  • Strong grasp of programming fundamentals
  • Deep knowledge of Swift / Objective-C / iOS APIs
  • Passion for creating intuitive and simple mobile user experiences
  • Experience developing client/server applications
  • Experience building and debugging complex systems in a team environment
  • Strong communication skills and a positive attitude
 
Bonus Points
  • Android / Java experience
  • Web technology experience (JavaScript, CSS, HTML5, React, Node.js)
  • Interesting personal projects
 
Our Stance On Diversity:

At Hazel, we don’t just accept differences—we thrive on them. We recognize that having diverse perspectives and backgrounds among our teammates makes our company, our solutions, and our service to families and schools stronger. We are committed to making Hazel an inclusive work environment and helping all staff grow professionally.

Hazel is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability status, or Veteran status. 

All offers of employment are conditioned on a candidate’s consent to a background check and our satisfaction with the results. Qualified candidates with arrest and conviction records will be considered for employment in accordance with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.

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