— You are very experienced in using React Native (2+ years), MySQL;
— Your English level at least upper intermediate;
— You can visualize the intersection of data driven healthcare analytics and patient empowerment;
— Hands on experience with creation of large data sets and the creation of data infrastructure;
— You are commercial in your thinking, you love making data driven decisions and are keen to grow a business from the ground up;
— You have experience in a start-up environment and love to roll your sleeves up and get stuck in;
— You have a strong desire and ambition to successfully disrupt healthcare by creating scientifically driven algorithms and recommendation engines;
— You have some serious vision — for a better world where women lead empowered and fulfilled lives.
— Experience in Node.JS (Express);
— Prior experience using firebase.
— A full-time job at a growing ambitious company;
— Competitive compensation depending on experience and skills;
— Flexible working hours;
— Work from any location;
— Comprehensive benefits package including sick leaves, annual vacation and sport compensations;
— Covering costs of professional events and English lessons;
— Various snacks, tea, coffee, and fresh fruits in the office.
— Active participation in technical discussions;
— Conducting and undergoing a code review;
— Writing and implementing efficient, extendable, and high-quality code in balance with rapid feature delivery.
This is a community app for new and expectant mothers. Each mum’s authentic experience is visually represented with the set of searchable tags. Our AI algorithm matches like-minded mums and helps them connect and support each other.
The women can also talk to a health and well-being expert, book a visit, browse a library of scientifically validated and clinically credible parenting tips, and learn more about themselves by taking a parenting personality quiz. Very soon we’ll be releasing our AI digital coach, who’ll help the mums reflect and set goals.
The creators of the app are a practicing physician and a women’s health advocate and lawyer. The app was recently featured in the Evening Standard.