Who We Are:

Ride Health partners with healthcare organizations and transportation providers to strengthen enterprise transportation programs and drive intelligent transitions of care. We blend technology and data with a human approach to break down access barriers and solve some of the biggest transportation challenges that care coordinators, providers, and payers face. Our platform maps out each patient’s unique needs and preferences for the best ride experience across clinical and social needs, ensuring greater access, improved efficiencies, lower costs, and better outcomes.

Who We’re Hiring:

We're looking for someone who is eager to work with Elixir and React at scale (experience in either not necessary). Software engineers at Ride Health work on the entire stack to develop our various products either remotely or in our NYC office. Our backend is written 100% in Elixir on top of our in house framework: https://github.com/ironbay/kora

Ride Health goes beyond simple CRUD and this is an opportunity to gain exposure to real time and distributed systems problems. Our team is small so we have a strong focus on building custom tooling that enables us to achieve what would normally require a larger team. If this excites you we encourage you to apply. We don't do whiteboard or algorithmic interview questions - we're mainly looking for someone who will be a good fit with the team and seems capable of quickly learning our system.

Stack

   - Elixir

   - React

   - Kubernetes

   - Google Cloud

   - LMDB

Responsibilities:

  • Develop new features in collaboration with our product team
  • Ship something every day
  • Fix things when they break
  • Maintain our open source projects

Benefits:

  • Competitive compensation and equity ownership in a fast-growing company.
  • Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance with 85% employer contribution.
  • Life insurance, short-term disability and long-term disability.
  • 401k retirement savings plan with 4% employer match.
  • 529 college savings plan with employer contribution.
  • Commuter Benefit with employer contribution.
  • Talk Space Benefit membership opportunity.
  • One Medical Benefit membership opportunity.
  • Flexible vacation policy with opportunities for company-sponsored vacations.
  • Professional development through a personal discretionary allotment, opportunity to attend conferences and industry events, and connection with mentors within Ride Health’s community of investors / advisors.

 

Please note: All hiring and recruitment at Ride Health is handled with a valid ‘@ridehealth.com’ only. If you receive a message from the sender whose domain is not @ridehealth.com, please beware that those communications are not authorized or coming from Ride Health.



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