Senior Full Stack Software Engineer

Bicycle Health
Job LocationUS Remote
Job TagRemote


  • Use your knowledge of modern open-source web technologies to architect, implement, test, and maintain critical product features 
  • Collaborate with product managers, physicians, nurse practitioners, and other staff members to revolutionize patient care.
  • Work across the stack, doing anything it takes to solve problems, and see projects through to completion.
  • Uphold our high engineering standards and bring consistency to the codebases and processes you will encounter.
  • Be 100% remote. Work from anywhere; your office is wherever you are.

Skills we’re looking for:

  • 8 years of experience in back end development, including:
  • Leading projects with significant backend components. 
  • Building, shipping, and maintaining scalable web applications and backend services
  • Developing tech stacks in the cloud: GCP, AWS, or Azure
  • API and data persistence layer design and implementation
  • Takes pride in quality work, and embraces simplicity and testability

Qualities we’re looking for:

  • A passion for improving the healthcare experience and helping those suffering from opioid use disorder.
  • A track record of strong ownership, initiative, tenacity, integrity, and humility.
  • Ability to break big projects into small, testable pieces to consistently hit business-meaningful milestones.
  • An understanding of the business impact of projects you build and the ability to prioritize projects by balancing between craft, speed, and the bottom line.
  • Placing a high value on collaboration, knowing that we can be better as a team than as individuals.
  • Think critically about the implications of what you’re building and how it shapes real people’s lives.

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