We're looking for a Principal Software Engineer to join our growing engineering team. We're searching for career engineers who take a thoughtful approach to their work, striking a balance between code quality, flexibility, and time-to-market. We're excited about meeting candidates from all backgrounds who are passionate about our mission to make mental healthcare accessible and available to every college student in the U.S.

 

About the Role

The Principal Software Engineer will:

  • Lead architectural development on major systems and features
  • Build and architect internal systems and tools that empower stakeholders and content creators
  • Mentor and lead engineers with best engineering practices, such as code review, automated testing, and end-of-sprint reflection
  • Play a leading role in developing the future company culture and practices
  • Possess a high degree of freedom in technical decisions

About You

  • 6+ years experience greenfielding an application.
  • Extensive experience developing Node.js, PostgreSQL, and Typescript.
  • Superb command of React and Javascript
  • Experience developing for React Native and/or Native Mobile technologies
  • A love of learning and opinions about your technologies of choice
  • An openness to experimentation, and a history of scaling prototypes into production
  • A drive to create the future of mental health care

 

About Us

Mantra Health is a digital mental health clinic on a mission to improve young peoples' mental healthcare access through clinical services, software, and design. Since our founding in 2018, we've built a comprehensive treatment service for young adults with various mental health conditions. We've raised over $27 million to work with students at universities and colleges across the country such as MIT, Cornell, and the University of Minnesota. Our students see clinically significant differences in their mental health during treatment with us. We're particularly proud that nearly two-thirds of students with access to Mantra report that Mantra's program helped them stay in school.

Our Benefits

At Mantra, our distributed team is our secret sauce that allows us to support our mission everyday. We're collaborative, empathetic, and curious. We take time to celebrate our wins and learn from our mistakes. Each full-time employee at Mantra enjoys:

  • Equity
  • Medical, vision, and dental coverage for employees, spouses, and dependents
  • Flexible work location (work from the Bahamas for a few weeks? Cool by us)
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Inclusive parental leave, equal for all parents
  • $1,000 new-parent mental wellness benefit
  • Commuter card, if you commute
  • Access to One Medical
  • Free access to remote & in-person wellness classes via our co-working space

The salary range for this role is $190,000 - $215,000

Mantra health is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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