Paige.AI is a software company leading a digital transformation in pathology by leveraging advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology in its products to enable a cloud-based workflow for pathology.  This AI is powered by an agreement with Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK), a global leader in cancer care, for exclusive access to millions of pathology slides and pathologist reports. We are backed by a $25 million series A financing and are the first to have AIRI, the most advanced architecture ever built for scale-out AI, with a GPU performance of over 10 petaFLOPS.

We’re seeking a Senior Front End Engineer to join our Viewer Team.  In this role you’ll refine and implement new features for our PAIGE View slide viewer application.  This is an extraordinary opportunity to be part of a high-performing team and to pursue a life-changing mission.  

Key responsibilities:

  • Design our user-friendly and responsive web interface.
  • Description and testing of possible user interactions.
  • Implementation of new application features for the application, applying software development best practices, eg. use of unit testing, code modularity.
  • Operate within a highly regulated environment (eg. to align with FDA requirements).   

About you:

  • You have a minimum of 4 years’ experience as an Engineer in commercial settings, developing scalable and responsive web-applications using front-end frameworks.  
  • You have very strong implementation experience with web technologies including JavaScript, HTML5 and CSS3.  
  • You’re very experienced in software testing (frontend testing, regression testing, unit testing). 
  • You are a creative engineer who enjoys implementing complex systems to autonomously understand, interact with and adapt to their end users.
  • You enjoy working on cross-disciplinary and agile teams.
  • Desirable: Experience with ASP.NET and C#.
  • Desirable: You have worked on large scale SaaS applications.  
  • You hold a minimum of a Bachelors degree in computer science or a related field, or equivalent years of experience. 
  • You are authorized to work in the US and will not require sponsorship in the future.

    About our technology stack:
    • JavaScript, jQuery, HTML5, CSS3, openseadragon, Bootstrap, C#, ASP.NET/NancyFx (soon to be moving to .NET Core), AWS

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