At Vivian Health, we’re transforming hiring and recruiting in healthcare. We’re a high impact and positive impact business working to efficiently and cost effectively match the right talent to the right jobs in the healthcare sector, and as a result, help reduce healthcare costs and improve patient care.

We started by bringing transparency and increased access to the opaque and offline temporary healthcare staffing industry, and we are now building the largest marketplace in the healthcare labor market that enables all healthcare professionals to find their perfect job opportunity, faster and easier than ever before.

THE MISSION:

Vivian Health's mission is to empower every healthcare professional to find their perfect job opportunity. Through the Vivian Health platform, we enable staffing agencies and healthcare employers to more easily find relevant talent, communicate more efficiently, and make better hiring decisions, ultimately enabling them to serve patients more safely and effectively.

THE ROLE: 

We are looking for a mid-level to senior-level React Native engineer that will help us with our mission to empower healthcare professionals to find their dream job. This position is remote. 

Here are some things we look for in a successful engineer at Vivian:

  • Interest in helping to set the direction and culture of the engineering and product teams
  • Leadership experience and/or interest in leading and mentoring others as the team continues to grow
  • Interest in owning, improving, and maintaining large bodies of code
  • Ability to stay organized and productive in a fast-paced and rapidly changing startup environment
  • Ability to define and deliver tangible results given incomplete information
  • Experience with a distributed team
  • Clear, concise, and friendly communication
  • An interest in working on healthcare or staffing technology

THE TEAM:

Work alongside a growing and inclusive engineering team focused on delivering the best experience to our users. Our engineering team breaks out into focused, purpose-driven pods so that each individual has an opportunity to materially impact the company goals.  We work in two-week sprints and meet regularly to discuss blockers and address needs from the team while making time to focus on our work by protecting everyone’s work schedules.

Collaboration means everything to us! Our engineering team strives for a seamless onboarding experience by providing documentation and a mentor to help every step of the way. We encourage asking questions and providing feedback while working together to build the best product. Our team is better because of the different experiences we bring to the table. Come bring your unique perspective and help us give back to the healthcare professionals that have given so much to us!

THE STACK:

We use React (web) / React Native (ios / android), NodeJS / Express (api server), npm / webpack / babel (packaging), Postgres / Sequelize (core data), AWS SQS (task queues), and Algolia (indexed data). Our code is deployed on Heroku and is mostly written in JavaScript though we use some Python. We strive to choose the right tool for the job & welcome new ideas.

THE REQUIRED SKILL SET: 

The ideal candidate has the following technical experience or interest in learning:

  • Shipping production level React Native or React
  • Redux or similar state management tools
  • Mastery of javascript/es6
  • Automated testing systems like Jest and Detox
  • Automated build systems (Bitrise)
  • Firebase (Real Time Database, Crashlytics)
  • Clean, readable, reusable code

THE NICE TO HAVES: 

It may be helpful to have experience with other parts of our stack as well, including: Native iOS / Android development experience, React, Python, Node, Express, Sequelize, Postgres, Heroku, AWS S3

THE SALARY, BENEFITS & PERKS:

The range for this position is $120,000 - $170,000 yearly salary, dependent on job-related, non-discriminatory factors such as experience, education, and skills. This range is based on a full-time schedule.

At Vivian Health, we offer a competitive compensation package, with benefits including:

  • Flexible Time Off
  • Comprehensive Health Insurance Plans including HSA and FSA Options
  • 401K Retirement Savings Plan with Generous Employer Match
  • Generous Parental Leave
  • Pre-tax Commuter Benefit Plan
  • Work from home stipend
  • Access to Corporate Discount Program
  • Pet Insurance

Salary and benefits information is being included in this job posting in accordance with Colorado state law.

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