About The Company 

StealthCo is an early-stage health tech company focused on reinventing care transitions through a tech-enabled services offering. We are dedicated to improving efficiency, empathy, and seamless collaboration between healthcare providers. As we embark on building our cutting-edge platform, we are looking for a Founding VP of Engineering who is not only ready to lead but also personally engaged in the development of our Engineering solutions.

About The Job

As the Founding VP of Engineering at StealthCo, you will be the cornerstone of our Engineering efforts, initially serving as the sole Engineering resource on the team. This position offers a unique opportunity to directly develop and architect our technical solutions, laying a solid foundation for our products and future team. You will be hands-on in building a world-class Engineering function, tailored to support rapid scaling and the complexities of healthcare data integration.

This role will report directly to the new venture's CEO and be able to work remotely. 

What you’ll do:

  • Serve as the lead Engineer and Technical Architect for all product development, personally undertaking software design and coding.
  • Drive the creation of the engineering department’s vision, goals, and strategies, ensuring they are perfectly aligned with the company's overarching mission.
  • Personally develop and implement crucial components of our software, ensuring high efficiency, scalability, and compliance with healthcare regulations such as HIPAA.
  • Establish and manage our development, testing, and production environments, selecting optimal tools and technologies to meet both current and future needs.
  • Engage directly with Product, Clinical Operations, and the executive team to define detailed product specifications and transform these into functional, high-quality software.
  • Strategically plan for the expansion of the engineering team, setting up robust recruitment and professional development processes.
  • Maintain expert-level knowledge on technology standards, industry trends, emerging technologies, and best practices in software development.

What you’ll need:


  • 8-10+ years of hands-on software development experience and proven success in developing and deploying greenfield software solutions in 0 to 1 environments.
  • Strong expertise in backend systems, cloud infrastructures, and API integrations using modern programming languages.
  • Ability to manage technical teams and effectively recruit & build Engineering teams.
  • Preference for candidates with experience in health data systems (e.g., EMRs, adjudicated claims). 
  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a related technical field.

Who you are (Skills) 

  • A Builder. You take ownership of the product build and make sound decisions with limited information. You will have a demonstrated track record of meeting and exceeding  KPIs and metrics, and will be able to speak succinctly about products they have effectively launched.
  • A Strategic Thinker. You have the ability to shape and share a strategic vision for a product, while tying their day-to-day work with the overall business strategy. 
  • A Strong Collaborator and Communicator. You are able to communicate effectively with anyone, from technical engineers and strategic business partners to patients and providers.  You tailor your message to meet the audience. 
  • Drives Results. You persist in accomplishing objectives and exceeding goals despite obstacles and setbacks, while also helping others to achieve results.


Additional Information This position is remote.  You may work from anywhere in the continental US. 

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