Overview

Healthcare delivery involves hundreds of repetitive, manual, error-prone tasks that account for over $1 trillion in administrative costs per year. Notable’s platform unifies artificial intelligence, robotic process automation, design, and no-code configurability to automate these workflows across the continuum of care – improving patient outcomes and reducing costs. Our mission is to enrich every patient interaction through modern digital experiences and intelligent automation. Leading healthcare organizations like CommonSpirit Health and Intermountain rely on our platform to provide a delightful omnichannel experience, deliver care at scale, reduce clinician documentation burden, and drive efficiency.

We look for smart people who can implement well-crafted solutions to complex problems in a fast-paced environment and those who are intrinsically motivated to take ownership of their work. We don't expect you to have experience with our stack (Google Cloud Platform, Postgres, Kubernetes, NodeJS+Typescript, Python, React, and Swift), but we do look for demonstrated mastery of your chosen development stack and a desire to learn new technologies.

Our interview process is meant to be representative of the kinds of work we will do together day-to-day and week-to-week. You’ll start with an intro call to learn more about Notable and the team, followed by a remote two-hour take-home exercise where you will be asked to work on a problem similar to ones we work on a daily basis and then email it back, then an onsite with multiple one-on-one sessions and lunch with the team. 

Requirements

As a Full Stack Software Engineer at Notable, you'll work on physician-facing, voice-enabled mobile applications, backend data pipelines to develop a structured representation of all relevant health data, and integrations with external systems to deliver that data to stakeholders. You'll own features end-to-end, from conception to shipped to production, and have a substantial impact on the future direction and success of the company.

  • Excellent problem solving, coding, and debugging skills
  • Deep understanding of modern web application development
  • Generalist skill set, able to work comfortably on frontend or backend problems
  • Solve complex problems by breaking them up into simpler discrete problems and implement them across multiple services
  • Experience writing maintainable, well tested, reliable code
  • Successful in a fast-paced, collaborative environment

Diversity is important to our team; if you’re unsure if you might be a fit, please apply!

 

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