In a world where healthcare can feel like a maze of bureaucracy and frustration, Mochi Health offers a refreshing oasis. We're not just another telehealth clinic – we're on a mission to rewrite the script on healthcare, starting with the most overlooked areas of medicine. With a dream team of top-tier providers, a commitment to evidence-based practices, and a flair for efficient design, we're reshaping the landscape of patient care across the US.

As a rapidly growing telehealth obesity clinic, our goal is to make weight management accessible and affordable for everyone. Founded by the visionary Dr. Myra Ahmad and supported by a team of exceptional founders and medical professionals, we aim to deliver holistic, patient-centered care that truly makes a difference. As our team expands rapidly, we're proud to call San Francisco our home.

Ready to join a team that's changing the game in healthcare? Come be a part of something big at Mochi Health!

**This position requires full-time presence at our San Francisco office for 5 days every week**

About The Role

Join us in the vibrant city of San Francisco as a Frontend Engineer at Mochi Health! You'll lead the charge in developing and maintaining our suite of internal tools and customer-facing products, working closely with a dynamic team to deliver new features, enhance performance, and ensure reliability—all while having a great time!

We're seeking someone who not only excels in technical skills but also brings a sense of adventure and fun to the team. If you're ready to dive into an exciting journey with us, where each day brings new challenges and opportunities for growth, we want to hear from you!

What You’ll Do

  • Contribute in making architectural decisions and the technical build-out as we scale, turning challenges into exciting opportunities
  • Build out our existing codebase and new projects
  • Flex your full stack skills and have the ability to own features end to end
  • Perform in a small, multi-functional team alongside other engineers, designers, and product managers, blending skills and ideas into a seamless performance
  • Lead by example and share knowledge with the team, fostering a culture of growth and innovation

Who You Are

  • 2+ years of professional frontend development experience, with a passion for startups and innovation
  • Significant experience working with Javascript/Typescript and React
  • Strong CSS fundamentals and a passion for pixel perfect implementation
  • You possess a strong sense of ownership and a knack for efficiency, always striving to write clean, high-quality code
  • You collaborate with fellow engineers and coworkers with empathy and respect, creating a harmonious work environment
  • Your problem-solving skills are sharp, your attention to detail is unmatched, and your mindset is always user-centric
  • Excited about working in-person with our team in San Francisco

Set Yourself Apart With

  • Previous experience working on healthcare-related software or a passion for improving healthcare systems

Life At Mochi

  • Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance
  • Company Paid Life Insurance
  • 401k with Company matching
  • Competitive PTO and Company Holidays
  • Team lunches to facilitate bonding and connection
  • Emphasis on Wellness: Group activities, mindfulness exercises, physical exercise
  • Frequent office hangouts and meetups outside of work


Join Us at Mochi Health!

If you're here, chances are you share our passion for transforming the connection between providers and patients to explore evidence-based weight loss strategies. We invite you to apply, whether or not you meet every requirement listed. At Mochi, we value individuals who are intelligent, curious, and dedicated to our mission, over those who simply check all the boxes.

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