Are you hungry and talented, tech-savvy and hard-working? Do you like to make an impact in small companies? Do you want to influence the current and future state of delivering healthcare to the consumer? We are changing the way healthcare is delivered to make people healthier and save them money! Stop building boring widgets and working for "the man!" Don't be a tech zombie walking the halls, join the living instead! Medfusion is looking for team players who kick-ass and deliver!
We are looking for very talented and customer focused individuals to join our team of software professionals. You will be responsible for implementing highly scalable, 24X7 available SaaS solutions serving over 6+ million patients and providers. Use your advanced Java skills and deep customer empathy to deliver service based platforms that solve complex customer problems that scale.
• Drive Front-end Development and Design for multiple product features
• Coordinate with Back-End developers and UI Experience Designers to build Web applications for broad consumer base
• Coordinate with Architects to drive/develop vision of UI Framework
• Work as part of a scrum team to develop new features for patients and practices
• Identify and drive improvements to our software and development processes
• Participate in peer design and code reviews
• Create and utilize automated unit tests to ensure quality of code
• Drive consistency in approach to the team’s software development
• 3-6 years software development experience
• Experience with developing unit tests (e.g. JUnit)
• Expert with HTML5, CSS3, AngularJS and JQuery (UI and Mobile)
• Experience with JSON and XML
• Experience with PHP and Java based UI technologies (Wicket, JSF, Struts, etc)
• Solid understanding of object oriented design and object oriented programming languages, Service Oriented Architecture, REST-ful Services
• Knowledgeable about Linux development and environments
• Prior experience as technical/team lead on complex projects in the SaaS space
• Passion for solving customer problems by "walking in customer's shoes"