Company Overview 

Outset is a medical technology company pioneering a first-of-its-kind technology to reduce the cost and complexity of dialysis. The Tablo Hemodialysis System, FDA cleared for use from the hospital to the home, represents a significant technological advancement that transforms the dialysis experience for patients and operationally simplifies it for providers. Tablo serves as a single enterprise solution that can be utilized across the continuum of care, allowing dialysis to be delivered anytime, anywhere and by anyone.  The integration of water purification and on-demand dialysate production enables Tablo to serve as a dialysis clinic on wheels, with 2-way wireless data transmission and a proprietary data analytics platform powering a new holistic approach to dialysis care.   

Position Overview

Outset is seeking a talented full-stack developer with experience in building high-performing, scalable, enterprise-grade applications. In this position, you will work across the full stack for several internal and external web services. You will be doing hands-on software development for Outset products that will perform at scale, be supportable, and be extensible (from backend development and front-end UI/UX, to DevOps, to DB administration). This is a unique opportunity to work for a medical device startup, join a growing team, and have a large impact across multiple Outset platforms and products. We are always interested in strong technologists who are passionate to solve complex computer engineering problems, in a repeatable and maintainable way. 

Essential Job Functions and Responsibilities

  • Design, develop and maintain robust, commercial-quality web products and solutions with compelling user interfaces and experiences. 
  • Contribute to our existing web application and services. 
  • Ensure efficient performance and scalability of all designs and implementations. 
  • Show a desire and ability to learn new techniques and share knowledge in a small-team environment. 
  • Keep up to date on the latest industry trends in the web technologies. 
  • Demonstrate a passion for software development and high-quality code. 

Requirements/Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree or higher in a related field such as computer science, computer engineering, etc. 
  • 4-6 years of experience as a full stack developer with a variety of languages like Java, Python, Java Script, Nodejs, CSS, SQL, etc. is desirable.
  • Knowledge and experience with REST API’s. 
  • Experience with application design and development using React or Angular. 
  • Experience with SQL and at least one SQL database server (preferably Postgres). 
  • Thorough understanding of architectural and implementation principles for web app and services development. 
  • Experience with large scale software projects - source code control, continuous integration, and documentation. 
  • Experience working in a small development team following the Agile Scrum methodology. 
  • Strong oral and written Communication skills. 
  • Possesses excellent interpersonal skills and can work effectively with a diversity of personalities. 
  • Must be approachable, show respect for others, and be able to present data effectively to different audiences. 
  • Strong analytical skills with ability to collect, organize, analyze, and disseminate information with attention to detail and accuracy. 
  • Flexible in daily schedule, tasks required and problem solving, while maintaining compliance with company policies and procedures

 

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