Full Stack Software Engineer
About the role
Clipboard health's engineering organization is nascent yet seasoned through the responsibility of maintaining heavy usage and growing noteworthy revenue through the products and features that it has built and maintained. Clipboard health has nonetheless only scratched the surface in the space of products and experiences for its users and is thus growing very rapidly.
As a software engineer at Clipboard you will be joining a small organization where your voice will be heard yet carries a large business responsibility. You will not be building things with the hope that people need it but rather filling the desperate needs of our users while innovating in ways they didn't even know they were needing. You'll have to be adaptable, learn quickly and have a interest understanding technical tradeoffs deeply.
You'll additionally be expected to understand the business and user needs that you are solving with the features that you are building. As you'll be the on the frontlines of getting the feature delivered to customers you are expected provide input while you build features in the case that there are better solutions or other considerations that you believe are important that may have not been explicitly asked of you.
Quickly understand new technologies and lead technical decision making Develop critical projects, working with other web engineers. Be directly involved in the entire development lifecycle of improvements to existing and launching of new Clipboard Health products Work with your team to improve our delivery processes and advocate for building maintainable, high quality code in a distributed codebase. Work with React, Node, MongoDB, Ionic Minimum Qualifications
Why you should join Clipboard Health
At Clipboard Health (YC W17) we work with healthcare facilities such as hospitals, assisted living facilities, and rehab centers to provide on-demand nursing staff. We are a fully remote team that is humble and hardworking. We think this is the best way to improve a ton of lives. Nurses will have better schedules and shorter commutes, and patients will receive better care.