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PlushCare, an Accolade company (NASDQ: ACCD), is a Silicon Valley-based virtual primary care platform that is transforming the healthcare industry by making exceptional healthcare more accessible, convenient, and affordable. Since 2015, we've connected hundreds of thousands of patients throughout the United States with world-class physicians from a phone or laptop.

As we continue to grow and expand our services, we are looking for passionate and empathetic individuals to be part of our journey. Experience in the startup ecosystem is helpful, but a growth mindset and passion for helping people live healthier, happier & longer lives is essential. 

The Role - Join the technical team in Vancouver, British Columbia!

We're looking for an experienced Android Engineer who is interested in developing a cutting-edge consumer-facing healthcare application for the Android operating system. PlushCare’s product has already more than 250,000 patients that connect with doctors through video and we are growing rapidly. This is an opportunity to be part of a promising startup in the exciting digital health space and to drive a new generation healthcare platform. If you’ve got the right skills and passion, reach out to us!

What you'll do:

  • Build and design beautiful and modern interfaces for our doctors and patients, allowing patients to experience world-class care from world-class doctors
  • Drive architecture and help lead engineering efforts for the highly-rated PlushCare Android application
  • Follow best practices to build an easy to maintain and extend, high performing application
  • Collaborate with designers, and other engineers to create a cohesive, consistent and easy to use an application across all platforms

We'd like to see:

  • Academic background in Computer Science or similar profession
  • In lieu of a formal “degreed” education, an equivalent combination of experience would meet this requirement
  • Experience building large, complex Android applications with a larger user base (3+ years)
  • At least one commercially shipped application or game title on the Google Play Store. Please provide a link to the application in your resume or cover letter.
  • Excellent knowledge of Java and/or Kotlin (3+ years)
  • Applied experience with best practices for building Android apps such as data management, dependency management and structures for larger-scale applications
  • Strong understanding of the server-side software, REST APIs, scalability, performance and reliability aspects from the client
  • Experience developing/testing for multiple Android versions/manufacturers
  • Team player in a flat-structured, highly-collaborative, agile environment
  • Collaborate with other engineers on the team to foster solid engineering principles and represent our engineering values
  • Must have a strong sense for quality user experience

Bonus Points if you have:

  • Experience with iOS and/or front-end frameworks such as React
  • Experience in the e-commerce or telemedicine space
  • Experience with HIPAA compliance

At PlushCare we look for candidates who:

  • Thrive in a fast-paced environment with minimal guidance
  • Bring a naturally high level of intellectual curiosity, fueled to continuously learn
  • Love solving problems, thinking creatively and trying new things
  • Are committed to exceptional service 
  • Self-aware, collaborative and responsive

We offer:

🚀 An opportunity to elevate your career
🏦 Competitive compensation + equity in a high-growth company 
💸 Professional development budget to support your growth
🛫 Generous vacation policy and take care of your health days
🚑 Medical, dental, vision 
⌨️ Quarterly home office and weekly lunch stipends
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We believe diversity drives innovation. We are committed to inclusion across race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We celebrate multiple approaches and diverse points of view that drives us forward every day. 

 


 

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