About Thirty Madison

There’s not a better time to join Thirty Madison, a fast-growing company with the simple belief that everyone deserves access to specialized healthcare treatment. With a recent Series B raise of $47 million and established healthcare investors like Polaris, Johnson & Johnson Innovation, and Maveron, Thirty Madison is well positioned to continue expanding on their mission. By launching customer-centric brands built around each specific chronic medical condition, we’re able to bring the specialist experience directly into people’s homes with online doctor consultations, treatment delivery, and ongoing support through resources like our symptom trackers. 

After launching Keeps, Cove, and Evens in two short years, we're hard at work preparing our next brand to launch. Every time we launch a new brand, we get smarter and better at delivering high-quality healthcare to our customers. We’re constantly learning from our existing brands to strengthen our new brands, rapidly pushing ourselves to improve the customer experience and raise the standard of care our customers receive.

The Role

Are you an engineer interested in contributing to an experienced team that is rebuilding the healthcare experience for the modern consumer?

You will get to:

  • Work with team leads to architect key systems
  • Implement new platform features for our core platform
  • Work with the design team to deliver pixel perfect implementations
  • Perform peer code reviews

You should have:

  • 4+ years experience as a Full Stack Engineer
  • Fluency in at least one modern web framework (ex: Node/React, Ruby on Rails, Python/Django, etc.)
  • A strong conviction in favor of reliable unit, end-to-end, and integration testing

 We value:

  • Resourceful builders who can balance the pace of a fast growing startup with the need for high quality code
  • Great communicators who can deliver visibility across the organization and suggest initiatives to maximize impact
  • Entrepreneurs at heart who are excited​ ​to​ ​be​ ​part​ ​of​ ​a​ ​growing​ ​team,​ take initiative, and drive results.
  • Team players with no ego who are eager to learn on their own and from others how to level up in their career

This role reports into a Technical Team Lead.

How we are managing the COVID pandemic and impact on work/life?

These are unprecedented times and we understand the impact to everyone is different. Our goal from the beginning has always been about employee safety first. We went from optional to mandatory work from home very quickly in March, and we have told employees that they can remain remote for the balance of 2020 to allow them to appropriately plan where they want to live. 

We have rolled out a bunch of initiatives to ensure we are helping our team successfully navigate these unchartered waters. This has included money for the home office, medical reimbursements, free Calm meditation/mindfulness app membership, Me Days and Summer Fridays where the whole team is off at once (so no one falls behind), and weekly wrap meetings to “end the week.” 

Are we done? No, and that is why we created a Future of the Office Committee to continue to push us to create the right benefits, tools, programs and processes to best support our employees as we continue 100% work from home and for when we eventually start to transition back to the office.

Benefits:

  • Competitive salary, equity, and career development opportunities
  • 100% coverage on many health, dental, and vision insurance plans
  • Pre-tax commuter benefits, 401k, and FSA
  • Budget for the technology tools you need — whether a laptop, monitor, or special software
  • Unlimited vacation days and annual $1,000 vacation stipend

We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace committed to building a team culture that celebrates diversity and inclusion. 

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