- Google Cloud Platform
Data Engineer, Cloud Platform
Protecting patient healthcare information is the #1 cybersecurity objective within the $3 trillion U.S. healthcare industry. Healthcare has a multitude of data security software tools and defensive strategies already in place, but they fall way short in securing healthcare’s uniquely complex infrastructure. Further, with the advent of the COVID-19 crisis and even more remote care, the patient data “attack surface” has increased exponentially. The need for what we are building has never been greater.
Tausight is a patient data security startup with a mission of reducing healthcare cyber incidents using a more proactive, risk management philosophy. We deeply understand the complex intricacies of the healthcare infrastructure and have created a breakthrough, multi-patented, technology platform and sophisticated information architecture that will revolutionize how to best protect patient’s protected healthcare information (PHI). Powered by proprietary machine-learning algorithms, patented IoT sensing technology, and our Google Cloud DevOps infused private cloud, Tausight has reimagined how to enable healthcare CIOs and CISOs to make real-time decisions to protect PHI…much of which they can’t even see today.
As a full stack developer with emphasis on data engineering, you will work on a product that extracts data streams from hundreds of thousands of devices within complex healthcare provider environments, processes and analyzes these streams for useful insight, and then feeds this back to our clients via a web application. You will own major components of this stack and be responsible for their performance, scalability, reliability, and also for testing their resiliency before market entry.
Tausight is an exciting place to be, at an exciting time, and the best time to join us is right now.
What You Will Do: • Work with data analysts, machine learning engineers, and frontend engineers to design data models for a variety of applications • Design, implement, test, and scale major components of our data processing pipeline • Be proactive as a developer who builds testable, resilient software • Effectively use tools and ingenuity to identify and fix defects
What You Need: • BS in Computer Science or related technical field involving coding • 4+ years working as a data engineer or in a similar capacity • Experience with an object-oriented language such as Java or C++ • Experience with SQL and NoSQL databases • An understanding of engineering tradeoffs, valuing pragmatism over idealism. • An analytical approach coupled with strong communication skills • Share the values of ownership, diversity of thought, and empathy for our users and coworkers
• The fastest growing technology segment in the $3 trillion healthcare industry will be protecting healthcare IT and patient data • Learn about how we built a multi-patented tech stack powered by ML/AI and Google Cloud streaming analytics that will be the first-of-its-kind in healthcare cybersecurity • Backed by leading healthcare technology VCs Flare Capital and Polaris Partners, we are nearing a significant Series A round financing to support our groundbreaking market entry in 2021. • Now is exactly the right time to join Tausight. Not too early, but more importantly, not too late. • Highly experienced team to learn from and to help develop your personal growth. • We work independently, remotely, and collaboratively. Micro-managers not welcome. • Unlimited vacation; company holidays; medical/dental/eyecare.
Tausight was founded in 2018 by David Ting, the cofounder and former CTO of Imprivata and a former appointee to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Care Industry Cybersecurity Task Force. Backed by top-tier healthcare technology investors, Polaris Partners and Flare Capital Partners, our team has spent the last two years single-mindedly focused on developing a cutting-edge, multi-patented platform technology product that will help secure and de-risk PHI across an increasingly decentralized healthcare ecosystem, post COVID-19 inception.
Our team is primarily located within Greater Boston and the San Francisco Bay area, but welcomes remote workers and flexible working hours. As clearly stated within our company principles statement that we call ‘We Believe’, Tausight will not tolerate ageism, racism, gender or sexual harassment, or any form of discrimination within our business operations or places of work. We are committed to diversity, equity and belonging within our culture and across our company.
Tausight was founded in 2018 by David Ting, the cofounder and former CTO of Imprivata and a former appointee to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Care Industry Cybersecurity Task Force. We are a patient data security startup with a mission of reducing healthcare cyber incidents using a more proactive, risk management philosophy. At Tausight, we well understand the complex intricacies of the healthcare infrastructure and deeply believe that protecting patient's personal health information is the foundation of patient trust, the cornerstone of patient safety. Protecting PHI is also the #1 cybersecurity objective within the $3 trillion U.S. healthcare industry.
Backed by top-tier healthcare technology investors, Polaris Partners and Flare Capital Partners, our team has spent the last two years single-mindedly focused on developing a cutting-edge, multi-patented platform technology, and now first product, that will help secure and de-risk personal health information across a now increasingly decentralized healthcare ecosystem, post COVID-19 inception.
Our team is primarily located within Greater Boston and the San Francisco Bay area and welcomes remote workers and flexible working hours. As clearly stated within our company principles statement, called We Believe, Tausight will not tolerate ageism, racism, gender or sexual harassment, or any form of discrimination within our business operations or places of work. To be abundantly clear, we are committed to diversity, equity and belonging within our culture and across our company.
Something special happens when you decide to commit your passion, energy, unique talents, and dedication to a healthcare technology startup. It doesn't take long to realize that you have not only accepted an opportunity to help change, grow, and protect one of the most vital institutions of our daily lives. You soon appreciate that a meaningful and critically important social responsibility always goes alongside the startup's business mission. In our case, we well understand and deeply respect that what we soon plan to do is to play a critical role in protecting a patient's identity and health information, which then can directly impact a patient's safety in a moment of crisis.
To say that our healthcare business mission and innate social responsibility affects our culture would be an understatement. Healthcare's core reason for being is about caring for people and their caregiving families. With ... respect, equality, fairness, expert knowledge, ethics, excellence, and a tremendous sense of urgency. Without ...bias, discrimination, disrespect, and inequity. And similar to healthcare, humor, fun, positive reinforcement, and celebration are the secret to longevity and, many times, the best medicine of all.
At Tausight, our culture strives to embrace the principles of healthcare as well as the best practices of the most successful, fun-to-work-at startups. This past spring, we created our company principles and all agreed to commit to work and live by them.
Here are our company responsibilities. We call our credo, We Believe.
Our first responsibility is to serve, help protect, and provide exceptional value to all healthcare providers and administrators who are entrusted with the care, safety, and privacy of their patients. We believe that protecting PHI is the cornerstone of patient trust and the foundation of patient safety and that it is an honor and privilege to do so.
Our second responsibility is to our employees and their families. We must continuously strive to make decisions, create work environments, and institute business practices that seek to ensure their safety and well-being. We will create a culture that is ethical, fair, fun, just, open, and positive and one that is mindful of ways to help our employees fulfill their responsibilities at home. We are committed to equal employment opportunity, fair compensation, employee development, and to the advancement of those qualified.
We will not tolerate ageism, racism, gender or sexual harassment, or any form of discrimination within our business operations or places of work. To be abundantly clear, we are committed to diversity, equity and belonging within our culture and across our company.
We believe in:
DIVERSITY - Our organization will be stronger and more resilient when we encompass a variety of experiences, opinions, and backgrounds. We will aim for a Tausight community of employees, board members, advisors, and partners that resembles the broader and far more diverse socio-economic and global world that we live in. Specifically, we will grow into a team of passionate, healthcare-dedicated individuals that span age, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, and race.
EQUITY - We will work toward fair outcomes for people and groups by treating them in ways that address their unique advantages or barriers.
BELONGING - All members of our community will feel equally valued and their voices and points of view are to be heard and respected. We will take deliberate actions to cultivate an atmosphere where all employees feel included, can contribute, and thrive.
Our third responsibility is to our investors, our Board of Directors, business partners, and other corporate stakeholders. We will strive to surpass our milestones on time and with excellence, achieve early and superior customer value and delight, and deliver truly exceptional growth as the leader within the new PHI Integrity market segment we will create. We will continue to spend our investment dollars with strategic prudence and responsible cash flow management and will always seek to identify pathways to achieve high returns on our strategic investments.
Our final responsibility is to make a positive, measurable impact on the lives of the underrepresented, underprivileged, and/or less fortunate people in the communities where we work. We will specifically focus on educational, fund-raising, and professional development opportunities where our passion for and deep experience within healthcare technology can significantly advantage those organizations, individuals, and particularly young people, with the explicit intent to help level the fields that lie ahead.
- Google Cloud Platform
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