About Sensei

Sensei is here to guide you towards greater wellbeing. Founded by Dr. David Agus and Larry Ellison, our ecosystem of products and experiences is designed with one intention: to empower you to grow well. What guides us is a belief that knowledge is the greatest tool in health, and that technology allows us to unlock deeper insights.

Everything we do is evidence-led, radically transparent, always enriching.

You can read our story here or see some recent press: Forbes, Condé Nast Traveler

Position Description

We are looking for a Full-Stack engineer with Front-End focus, to help us create the future of wellness working on technologies for our luxury wellness retreats. 

This engineer will merge a passion & empathy for our users with attention to detail, velocity in prototyping, and close collaboration with product & design to build world class product experiences — all in service of guiding our users to greater wellbeing. 

A successful engineer at Sensei will be enterprising and results-focused, humble while trying to improve the team, and driven by growth. 

This is an opportunity to join a fast-growing company founded by two of the best in their fields – technology and health – and impact new technologies that will empower people to live longer, higher quality lives. The role is for someone who is passionate about pushing the limits of what's possible and working with top-notch partners. 

Responsibilities: 

  • Design and implement front-end components and websites 
  • Architect efficient and reusable front-end systems that drive complex web applications 
  • Collaborate with designers, product managers, and other software engineers to deliver compelling user-facing products 
  • Provide design feedback before implementation to ensure technical feasibility as well as user-friendly designs for interfaces and workflows 
  • Coordinate with security experts to evaluate and improve security of web applications 
  • Identify and resolve performance issues 

Requirements

  • 7+ years of JavaScript experience, including concepts like asynchronous programming, closures, types/modules, and modern versions (ES2015+) 
  • 5+ years of HTML/CSS experience, including concepts like responsive layout, specificity, cross-browser compatibility, and accessibility 
  • 5+ years experience with browser APIs and optimizing front end performance 
  • 5+ years of experience with modern single-page application frameworks, preferably React
  • Bachelor's Degree or higher in Computer Science or similar
  • Experience with C#, Java, Python or similar backend technologies
  • Experience with public cloud platforms (Azure/AWS/GCP)

Preferred Skills and Abilities

  • Deep understanding of React.js 
  • Experience with TypeScript 
  • Automated testing, both unit tests and front-end automation 
  • Next.js / Zeit Now 

Traits We Value

  • Loves a good challenge
  • Resourceful and adaptable
  • A strong sense of curiosity
  • Embraces feedback and constantly seeks to improve
  • Collaborative and knows how to get things done as part of a team

Compensation & Benefits

  • Competitive salary and equity
  • Full medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • 401k and FSA plans
  • Catered lunch days / healthy snacks
  • Subsidized gym membership
  • Cell phone bill reimbursement
  • Ergonomic height adjustable desk
 

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