At Practice Better, we believe practitioners and their clients deserve better. We’re changing how health and wellness practitioners work by building a modern EHR that’s designed to support the health of their clients and their practice at the same time. 

We’re on a mission to help millions of practitioners build the independent practice of their dreams. Founded in 2016, we’re built by practitioners, for practitioners. In 2023, we acquired That Clean Life, the #1 nutrition planning software for nutrition-based care. With more than 40,000 customers in 70+ countries worldwide, we’re honored to be the EHR of choice for the practitioner with an independent spirit. And we’re just getting started.

 
How we work:
Practice Better operates remote-first, hybrid optional. We ensure each member of our team is equipped with the necessary tools to perform effectively within the comfort of their own space. However, flexibility is important! So, if you need to stretch your legs or whiteboard with your team, you can use our beautiful, private downtown Toronto office.
Job Title: Senior Developer, Integrations
Location: Candidate must be located in Canada or the USA. Our office is located in Toronto, ON, Canada, but the role is remote/hybrid/flexible.
Reports to: VP, EPDG
 
Position Overview:
 
We are a fast-growing PLG tech company looking for a Senior Full Stack Developer to manage the growing complexity of our systems as we scale our nutrition planning platform (That Clean Life) and integration ecosystem. As one of our initial Senior Developers, you will be responsible for bringing your sharp and in-depth technical expertise to the table while expanding your learnings through development opportunities at Practice Better. You will contribute and collaborate as part of a cross-functional team (with Engineering, Product, Design and Growth stakeholders) to understand customer needs and pain points, make informed decisions about our technology, and deliver innovative results to make our customer’s lives better and easier
 
If you are a driven, results-oriented Senior Full Stack Developer who thrives in a fast-paced, collaborative environment and is passionate about coding, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.
 

We’re counting on you to:

    • Develop software solutions based on direction from management; investigate problem areas; and feedback from customers.
    • Build new user-facing features with everything from database models to APIs and UI components.
    • Document code and procedures for new and existing features.
    • Help our customer support team with technical-related requests, reproducing bugs, and resolving issues for customers.
    • Improve performance and optimize our stack by applying better patterns and protocols.
    • Add analytics, monitoring, and alerts to our service so that we can better respond to operational incidents.
    • Work collaboratively with other stakeholders such as Product Management and Design to achieve company goals.
    • We don’t expect you to have a background in everything we use, but we do expect strong Ruby and JavaScript fundamentals and a background working with MVC SPA frameworks.
 

Who you are:

    • 8+ years experience in full-stack software development.
    • A generalist who’s excited to pick up new challenges.
    • An experienced developer who can identify a problem and independently solve it.
    • You consider yourself a craftsperson who cares about quality and writes tests to describe and validate your work.
    • You thrive working in customer-focused environments.
    • You are a strong writer and communicator.
    • Open to constructive conversations and can navigate challenging feedback.
    • You resonate with “clear is better than clever".
    • Fully capable of taking substantial features from concept to shipping as the sole engineer.
    • Openness to mentor, present, and share knowledge.
    • Ability to execute in a timely manner.
    • Knowledge of the Health & Wellness industry is an asset.

Our Tech Stack:

    • Backbone ✕ Marionette frontend
    • Ruby on Rails, PostgreSQL, and Redis in the backend
    • CoffeeScript, RSpec, AWS
    • Hosted on Heroku (PaaS)
    • GitHub, Slack, Trello

Within:

    • 1 month you will: Become substantially familiar with the capabilities of our product, and components of our software and infrastructure, provide input on technology and product decisions, set up your dev environment, and ship code to production.
    • 3 months you will: Provide feedback and provide insights on pull requests. Dig into technical-related issues that come up from time to time via customer support and work with our customer success teams to resolve issues. Feel comfortable shipping material updates to our codebase which could include bug fixes, enhancements, engineering chores, and more.
    • 6 months you will: Ship fully-fledged features to production independently, monitor exceptions, communicate updates with our customer success team, and bask in the glory of thousands of customers using the updates you’ve shipped!

 

Our Perks and Benefits:

  • Unlimited Vacation: We believe you can be highly productive and still have plenty of time for life outside of work.
  • Generous health benefits plan: Coverage starts from Day 1 and includes vision & dental. 
  • Sprout Family: Receive personalized support for the family-building process, accessing top-quality care. Schedule a consultation with Sprout's Team for guidance, education, coaching, and assistance in finding a top provider, addressing medical, legal, or regulatory concerns throughout your journey. *Currently for Canadian Employees Only*
  • Inkblot: Access to one of Canada's leading digital mental health companies, focusing on offering secure online video counseling through our corporate mental health programs and individual counseling services. *Currently for Canadian Employees Only*
  • Choose your device: Are you Team Windows or Apple? You shouldn’t have to compromise, especially if you work more efficiently on a specific operating system. When you join us, you get to pick!
  • Home Office Allowance: $500/year to ensure your home office is set up for optimal comfort and productivity.
  • Health & Wellness Allowance: $750/year to support your health & wellness-related goals and hobbies.
  • Learning & Development Allowance: $1000/year to explore a new skill, attend a conference, read some new books, etc.
  • Fully Remote: Work from the comfort of your own home with the choice to access our downtown Toronto office for a change of scenery. 
  • Events & Free Lunches: We prioritize weekly team bonding and monthly company-wide social events with a lunch stipend. We pride ourselves on maintaining a culture where everyone feels engaged, inspired, and excited to come to work every day.

Practice Better is an equal opportunity employer. When you apply for a role at Practice Better, your application will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, gender identity, or sexual orientation. 

We know there’s no perfect applicant for any role. So whatever your path, we’re glad it brought you here. If you think you’re right for a role, we encourage you to apply.

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