Front-End Software Engineer

San Francisco, CA, United States

elationhealth.com


Role Location

  • San Francisco, CA, United States

Employees

51 - 100 people

Address

550 15 Th St Ste 21
San Francisco, CA, 94103, US

Tech Stack

  • Python
  • JavaScript
  • React
  • Mysql
  • Django
  • AWS

Role Description

RESPONSIBILITIES - Work cross-functionally with an agile team including Product, UX/Design, Back-End Engineers, and QA. - Offer input on technical design, UI, and product features. - Build and architect the front-end logic for an intuitive, user-friendly platform - Suggest and drive improvement on all parts of the stack and internal development processes - Help our skilled support team triage bugs and troubleshoot production issues - Learn from and mentor other engineers and participate in code reviews

EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS - 3+ years relevant professional experience in front-end software development and single page application. - Extensive experience with modern Javascript frameworks - Adept at discovering and understanding how design impacts end-users - Ability to communicate complex technical principles to both technical and non-technical stakeholders - Strong track record in building high quality and complex applications and delivering projects on time

About elationhealth.com

We build a clinical platform that empowers physicians to deliver phenomenal care to their patients.

Company Culture

At Elation, we strive to help people live happier, healthier lives by building fantastic tools at the center of the physician-patient relationship. We’ve iterated on our product with working physicians, and each one of us has spent hours shadowing in a physician practice to understand the physician’s and patient’s real needs. Elation helps doctors quickly find, digest, act upon, and share clinical information to care for their patients, and it helps patients get access to their clinical information wherever they are.

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