About Twill 

Happify Health is now Twill, The Intelligent Healing Company.

Twill is shortening the gap between need and care by creating digital-first tools that are as connected as the body and mind. We intelligently guide each person to the care they need, when they need it, in the way they want.

We do this by developing Sequences™ which are configurable care experiences tailored to meet the needs of customers, the medical conditions they cover, and the populations they serve. Sequences combine evidence-based digital therapeutics and well-being products, care communities, coaching, and third-party services on a clinical-grade platform designed to work seamlessly with the customer's existing digital solutions and resources. This enables a more precise, personalized and seamless care experience, at scale.

We’re building a collaborative environment that weaves scientists, clinicians, behavior change experts, content creators, and game makers together, to develop Sequences and transform the care experience.

Join Twill as we usher in a new era of care.

* Please note that there have been cases of scams targeting candidates by individuals pretending to work at Twill (Formerly Happify Health). We will never ask you to share financial information to participate in our recruiting process. If you suspect that you've been contacted by a scammer, please consider filing a report with law enforcement. If you'd like to verify an email you received from us, please write us at verify@twill.health

About the Role

We’re hiring a talented Solutions Architect to craft innovative solutions for prospective and existing clients. You will collaborate with Product, Engineering, and Sales leaders on recommended technology enhancements to help us achieve delivery excellence in the Client Experience team. You will be a key evangelist for Twill’s platform value proposition externally as well as a key member of Twill's team that imagines and executes on what we build next internally.

Responsibilities

  • Partner with Product, Engineering, and Sales teams to drive complex, multi-stakeholder deals designing healthcare solutions that add value 
  • Drive the discovery process, helping to uncover customer pains, technical requirements, and align to their business objectives
  • Perform due diligence to scope work and to provide input to strategic questions required for defining the opportunity
  • Assist on Contract/Statement of Work creation and execution
  • Prepare and deliver high impact presentations and demos to showcase Twill’s mission and healthcare solutions
  • Act as a liaison between Product, Engineering, and Sales teams to share customer feedback and to help shape the product roadmap
  • Assist with the technology solution from prospect stage through the hand-off to the implementation team and signed contract

Qualifications

  • 5+ years of product, sales engineering, solution consulting, or other related experience in a healthcare technology organization with increasing levels of responsibility
  • A consultative approach to architecting technical solutions to solve business objectives with a track record of building requirements, architecture diagrams, and security protocols 
  • Experience working in a highly collaborative, team-oriented environment
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to help negotiate priorities and to resolve conflicts among project stakeholders
  • Strong ability to multitask and to organize
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, technical, and mission-focused environment

The base salary range for this position is $130,000 to $150,000/year. In addition to base salary, Twill offers equity, benefits, and perks as part of the total compensation package. 

Twill values candidates with different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives. We do not discriminate based upon ethnicity, age, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, socioeconomic status, disability, or veteran status. We're committed to building a company that is an inclusive environment for all.

There have been cases of scams targeting candidates by individuals pretending to work at Twill (Formerly Happify Health). We will never ask you to share financial information to participate in our recruiting process. If you suspect that you've been contacted by a scammer, please consider filing a report with law enforcement. If you'd like to verify an email you received from Twill, please write us at verify@twill.health

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