ABOUT XP HEALTH:

XP Health recently raised $25 M Series A (and extension) to transform vision benefits for insurance carriers, companies, and employees. XP Health is a vision care company that has reinvented how members get eye exams and eyewear using technology and by creating a highly personalized experience, ultimately democratizing high-quality vision care for all. We are disrupting a $40B annual industry that has seen minimal innovation over the past 20 years and have expanded our reach to over 1,500 clients.

At XP Health, we are revolutionizing the optical industry by providing cutting-edge eyewear products and exceptional customer service. We believe that everyone deserves clear vision and stylish eyewear to express their unique personalities.

The Role

XP Health uses augmented reality and delightful, seamless user experiences with technology to revolutionize the $1.2T health care benefits industry. Employees at our corporate clients find this hyper-convenient and delightful!

Did you also know that 42% of corporate Americans are letting their annual vision benefits go to waste? That alone is roughly $17B of untapped capital!

You'll be among the first mobile engineers to join the team and work with the founders to define future product directions.

We've raised over $30M to date and was named by Fast Company as one of the most innovative startup companies. We are rapidly growing to ramp up product development and operations.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Transform visiting the eye doctor into an enjoyable and delightful experience for a BILLION people
  • Design, implement, and test brand new user-facing product features having top-line business and performance impact
  • Tackle challenges to provide responsive and engaging customer experiences while ensuring user data is being handled securely and with care
  • Provide technical guidance and mentorship to peers
  • Work closely with our product and design teams to build new and innovative application experiences for Android
  • Build reusable Android software components for interfacing with our back-end platforms
  • Implement custom native user interfaces using the latest Android programming techniques
  • Experience shipping one or more Android apps (Kotlin), ideally currently available in the Google Play Store

 

REQUIRMENTS

  • BS/MS in CS, related technical field, or equivalent industry experience
  • 5+ years of object-oriented software development experience
  • 2+ years experience building Android applications in Kotlin using Android SDK
  • Experience building maintainable and testable code bases, including API design and unit testing techniques
  • Experience with multithreading programming and mobile memory management

 

Why join us?

  • Passionate founders with pedigree relevant to the space (Forbes 30 under 30, ex-Facebook and Airbnb, former board members and advisors at various companies)
  • Proven team with senior leadership and subject-matter expertise
  • Enormous market ($40B is spent annually in the US vision care, over $17B is going to waste annually)
  • XProven product market fit with 2500+ corporate clients (and quickly expanding with 10x topline growth in the last 2 years!)

Come join our fast-growing team to disrupt and recreate a better vision care experience from the ground up!

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