Oshi Health is revolutionizing GI care with a digital clinic model that provides easy, convenient access to an integrated and multidisciplinary care team that takes a holistic approach to diagnosing, managing and treating digestive health conditions. Oshi Health has been recognized by Modern Healthcare and Builtin as the recipient of Best Place to Work awards. This recognition highlights our dedication to creating a workplace environment that prioritizes our team, fosters inclusivity, and is committed to our mission.

We take time to get to know each patient, develop a personalized, whole-person care plan that includes identification of symptom triggers and prescription of evidence-based interventions, including medications, dietary changes, and mental health support.  Our care is delivered virtually through our app, via secure messaging and telehealth visits.  When in-person diagnostics or procedures are needed, we take a concierge approach and coordinate access, care and follow up with local providers. For more information, visit us at: www.oshihealth.com

 

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Director, Engineering 

Are you a highly-motivated Engineering Director looking to make a bigger impact at an organization that changes lives? 

Do you thrive in a rapidly evolving, fast-paced environment requiring creativity, resourcefulness, high energy and an ability to adapt quickly?

Are you passionate about healthcare and looking to create a revolutionary new approach to digestive healthcare with a radically better patient experience?

If so, you could be a perfect fit for our team of professionals who share a mission to eliminate the impact of digestive health conditions through redesigned GI care that patients love. 

The Role

As our first Engineering Director, you'll play a pivotal role in shaping the growth of our technology as Oshi scales. Reporting directly to the Chief Technology Officer and collaborating closely with our product management team, you'll drive technical strategy and oversee engineering across our Web, Mobile, and Salesforce platforms. As the leader of these teams, you will guide the features, services and architecture that define our patient experience and clinical tools.

What you’ll do:

  • Leadership: Foster a culture of collaboration, ownership, and innovation. Promote an environment where experimentation and learning are valued.
  • Team Management: Oversee team health and productivity by implementing and tracking key performance metrics to ensure alignment with organizational goals and employee well-being
  • Architecture: Partner with technical leads to evolve our platform architecture and incorporate new capabilities. Align technical investments with broader business objectives and strategy.
  • Product Partnership: Work with product managers to define KPIs and align the product and technology roadmaps against company objectives and key results.
  • Team Building: Set clear goals and high expectations for high-performing engineers. Identify talent gaps, recruit top talent, and mentor team members to foster growth.
  • Collaboration: Establish strong relationships with stakeholders in product management, growth, clinical, and operations. Ensure alignment between priorities and technology investments.
  • Coordination: Manage large-scale engineering projects, enhancing team communication and ensuring deliverables meet planned timelines.
  • Quality: Maintain high standards for engineering outputs, ensuring the team possesses the tools needed to deliver scalable, high-quality releases quickly and iteratively.

Who you are:

  • A hands-on engineering leader with over 5 years in management roles at growth-stage startups.
  • A seasoned engineer with at least 10 years of experience designing and building scalable systems, with a proven track record of delivering user-facing products.
  • Skilled in making strategic build vs. buy decisions and selecting vendors for major technology implementations.
  • An empathetic mentor who has guided both individual contributors and managers across various levels of seniority and skill sets.
  • A proponent of diversity, equity, and inclusion, demonstrating these values in leadership and recruitment practices.
  • An advocate for compliance and security, ensuring that engineering practices meet industry standards and regulatory requirements.
  • Deeply passionate about healthcare and committed to Oshi’s mission of transforming GI care.
  • Holder of a Bachelor’s, Master’s, or equivalent degree. Experience in healthcare is preferred.

We make healthcare more equitable and accessible:

  • Mission-driven organization focused on innovative digestive care
  • Thrive on diversity with monthly DEIB discussions, activities, and more
  • Virtual-first culture: Work from home anywhere in the US
  • Live our core values: Own the outcome, Do the right thing, Be direct and open, Learn and improve, Team, Thrive on diversity

We take care of our people:

  • Competitive compensation and meaningful equity
  • Employer-sponsored medical, dental and vision plans
  • Access to a “Life Concierge” through Overalls, because we know life happens
  • Tailored professional development opportunities to learn and grow

We rest, recharge and re-energize:

  • Unlimited paid time off — take what you need, when you need it
  • 13 paid company holidays to power down
  • Team events, such as virtual cooking classes, games, and more
  • Recognition of professional and personal accomplishments

Oshi Health’s Core Values:
1.  Own the Outcome
2.  Do the Right Thing
3.  Be Direct & Open
4.  Learn & Improve
5.  TEAM - Together Everyone Achieves More
6.  Thrive on Diversity

Oshi Health is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

Compensation Range
$160,000$180,000 USD

 

Note: This job description serves as a general overview and may be subject to change based on organizational needs and requirements.

Oshi Health is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to creating a diverse work environment. To do that, we champion a workplace where each and every person is treated with dignity and respect and is valued for their unique perspective and contributions.

Oshi Health’s policy is to maintain a working environment that encourages mutual respect, promotes harmonious and congenial relationships between employees, and is free from all forms of discrimination and harassment of any employee (or applicant for employment or service provider) by anyone, including supervisors, co-workers, vendors, or clients. Harassment and discrimination in any manner or form is expressly prohibited. There is no tolerance for discrimination or unequal treatment of any kind on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, sexual and reproductive health decisions, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status or civil partnership/union status, familial status, military or veteran status, predisposition or carrier status, domestic violence victim status, alienage or citizenship status, unemployment status, sexual violence or stalking victim status, caregiver status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

This practice applies to all terms, conditions and privileges of employment including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, promotion, demotion, transfer, layoff, rehire, termination of employment, development and training, compensation, benefits and retirement.


For more information, visit us at www.oshihealth.com  

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