About SimplyInsured

SimplyInsured is on a mission to eliminate the fear from purchasing and navigating health insurance in the United States. We specifically work with small business owners who have the enormous task of purchasing the right type of insurance for their employees and their families. With more than 6,000 customers and 2 major partnerships with Intuit and Square, we're growing quickly and disrupting this convoluted and confusing industry by making it more transparent and fully accessible to everyone. 

Our leadership are MIT alumni that have previously founded companies, worked in VC/private equity investing, and top tier management consulting firms. We got our start at YC, and have been funded by top tier investors at Polaris, Bessemer, and Altair. 

We value radical transparency, feedback, bias to action, growth, and an obligation to dissent. Every opinion is respected, we're driven by the diversity in our backgrounds, and unified by 100% alignment on our mission.

About the role:

  • Lead projects where you’ll collaborate with team members across the company, like operations, product, and support.
  • Develop features end-to-end for customers.
  • Uphold existing best practices and establish new ones among the team.
  • Serve as a leader and mentor to other engineers.

What we look for:

  • 4+ years of relevant experience in web development, preferably in one of our technologies.
  • A sense of product ownership.  You care about the customer’s experience using the product that you’ve built.
  • Comfortable across the stack.  You might do anything from designing a redux store to tweaking a deploy script.
  • An ability to build elegant systems over business complexity.  Health insurance is a complex product, we’re building product to fix that.
  • A collaborative nature.  Our team enjoys bouncing ideas off each other and having a sense of shared ownership.  
  • Pride in your craft.  We strive to make quality product by starting with quality code. 

What we’re offering:

  • Competitive and transparent salaries (we share all salary data with internal employees)
  • Generous stock option packages
  • Catered Lunch, Dinner, and snacks
  • Offsite retreats every 100 days - we have the ability and drive to iterate quickly and this helps us all stay on the same page and develop new ideas
  • 100% Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance coverage
  • A values-based culture that invests in employee success
  • Career growth across a variety of different skills

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