Sidecar Health is redefining health insurance. Our mission is to make excellent healthcare affordable and attainable for everyone. We know that to accomplish this lofty mission, we need driven people who will make things happen.

The passionate people who make up Sidecar Health’s team come from all over, with backgrounds as tech leaders, policy makers, healthcare professionals, and beyond. And they all have one thing in common—the desire to fix a broken system and make it more personalized, affordable, and transparent.

If you want to use your talents to transform healthcare in the United States, come join us!

What You'll Do

  • Play a key role in mapping the expanding needs of the business into innovative technical solutions within a highly scalable and event-driven architecture
  • Tackle projects and problems of significantly larger scope
  • Coordinate and communicate seamlessly across other technical and product teams
  • Possesses a high degree of technical competency to design and develop digital applications using cutting-edge tools and technologies
  • Foster operational excellence through comprehensive testing and monitoring of systems and code, and crafting documentation
  • Uphold a culture of collaboration, transparency, creativity, inclusion, and data-driven decisions

What You'll Bring

  • 2+ years of experience in Java programming using Spring Boot framework
  • Experience working on our technology stack (Java, Spring Boot, Spring Security, JPA/Hibernate, MySQL, Redis, ElasticSearch, Docker, JUnit, Spock, Swagger, Snowflake) and proven track record of releasing enterprise applications into production using this tech stack
  • Experience working with AWS, AWS CLI and SDK, deploying applications on ECS (Fargate), RDS, working with S3, SQS, Lambda etc
  • Proficiency in agile and lean development practices, test automation, and microservices architecture
  • Skilled in troubleshooting production issues, analyzing application logs (using tools like Datadog, CloudWatch), and identifying patterns to prevent bugs and issues
     

What You'll Get

  • Competitive salary, bonus opportunity, and equity package  
  • Comprehensive Medical, Dental, and Vision benefits
  • A 401k retirement plan
  • Paid vacation and company holidays
  • Opportunity to make an impact at a rapidly growing mission-driven company transforming healthcare in the U.S.

Sidecar Health adopts a market-based approach to compensation, where base pay varies depending on location and is further influenced by job-related skills and experience. The current expected salary range for this position is $140,000 - $150,000. 

Sidecar Health is an Equal Opportunity employer committed to building a diverse team. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status.

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