Software Engineer, Generalist

San Francisco, CA, United States, Remote • $130k - $150k • 0.05% - 0.20%


Role Locations

  • San Francisco, CA, United States
  • Remote


  • $130k - $150k
  • 0.05% - 0.20%


51 - 100 people


95 3 Rd St
San Francisco, CA, 94103-3103, US

Tech Stack

  • Ruby on Rails
  • React
  • Elastic Search
  • JavaScript
  • PostgreSQL
  • ES6
  • Ruby
  • Heroku
  • Twilio

Role Description

We are looking to hire an Engineering Generalist to join our rapidly growing team and take HealthSherpa’s technology to the next level. You are comfortable working across the development stack and passionate about learning new technologies. You believe in using data and analysis to form conclusions and refine thinking.

You will report directly to the CTO and have the opportunity to make substantial contributions to the entire tech stack, the products we ship, and ultimately the company. Your contribution will positively impact hundred of thousands of American families, helping them navigate the complex and confusing healthcare industry and access health care when they need it.

About HealthSherpa

Our mission is to provide access to health coverage under the Affordable Care Act. We believe that EVERYONE deserves high quality, affordable health coverage. We've enrolled over 3 Million people through HealthSherpa making us the largest, private ACA enrollment platform.

Company Culture

We put users first. We always leverage data to inform our priorities and what we work on. We don't welcome egos or I players. We work together and support one another. We over-communicate and share constructive, respectful, and kind feedback. We are a diverse & inclusive team of people from different classes, education, countries, cultures, and identities. We are mindful, check our biases and always work to improve our communication & processes. Most importantly, we share a strong motivation to help people access health coverage under the ACA.

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