The first company using precision medicine and companion diagnostics to create new therapeutics for GI and immune-mediated diseases.
Why join us?
Proprietary access to world's largest gastrointestinal bioinformatics databases and leading experts in genomics and immunology.
Well-capitalized with recent successful IPO; over $450MM raised.
Clean slate (no legacy migration) to develop data ingestion and ML tooling in the cloud.
Engineering at Prometheus Biosciences
Our team operates on two week work cycles that we call sprints. Sprints begin with a planning meeting that ends in defined tasks with specific owners, acceptance criteria, and estimated time to completion. Halfway through the sprint, we refine our backlog. Sprints end with a Friday afternoon retro, where we share what went well, what can be improved, and action items for the team. We work on GitHub, and do code reviews. Daily standups are late morning and conducted around the GitHub project board.
We're ingesting, standardizing, and version-controlling multimodal biomedical data, including gene sequence, protein expression, histopathology (images of tissue slices), tabular electronic medical record data, and more.
Labels defining a clinical phenotype (e.g. did the patient respond well to therapy?) change over time and vary depending on the definition applied, so we must develop a lightweight and programmatic way of defining labels for supervised learning.
We need to performantly query and visualize these data.
Working at Prometheus Biosciences
Many of us have families. We usually leave work around 5-6 PM. We enjoy our weekends and imagine you feel the same way. However, as a rapidly growing company with big goals, we are really motivated to work hard and make a difference for patients.
Occasionally some of us stay late, or work on a Saturday. But this is always self-driven, rather than an unwritten expectation of the company.
We care about results, not sheer hours of effort. This is especially important for engineers and data scientists. We want Prometheus to be a place where you will do the best work of your career.
Our company values help align our culture. They are: - Focus on the individual patient. - Be bold - no guts, no glory. - Follow the science and the data. - Engage in rigorous, honest debate. - Let passion fuel progress. - Be accountable to each other. - Evolve continuously. - Embrace moonshot thinking.
We will do virtual lunch together 1x a week (paid for by the company).
A few times a year, we get the entire team together to celebrate our recent victories and plan our next milestones.
You are also welcome to visit San Diego and work from HQ whenever you want.
As part of our commitment to an inclusive workplace, we are happy to offer prospective engineers the chance to connect with our engineering employees who come from underrepresented backgrounds. It’s a way to get a better sense of our team and what it might be like to work with us.
If you’re interested in connecting with our team, be sure to bring this up during one of our introductory calls!
Later this year we will move to a brand new office with lots of glass, steel, and outdoor spaces by Torrey Pines in San Diego, CA. We will be near several other major biotech companies.
Work from Home
Snacks and beverages in office.
Our office later this will will have an on-site fitness center.
If you are remote and visit HQ in San Diego, we pay for travel and lodging.
Social impact driven
We develop new therapeutics and companion diagnostics for a medically underserved population.
Dedicated Human Resources team
Our new Chief People Officer is building our our HR function.
We encourage participation in workshops and conferences, and will arrange to support engineers who want to develop additional professional skills.
New MacBook Pro and equipment stipend for monitor, keyboard, mouse, noise-canceling headphones, etc.
Interested in this company?
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