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DevOps

Posted

2016-09-15 12:39

Description

Have you ever wondered why our healthcare system is so complicated? How can an industry so large and important fail to evolve while every other sector sprints forward with the aid of technology? We have asked ourselves these questions and are working to be part of the answer. We want to reshape the way patients and doctors communicate to improve health outcomes and improve patient quality of life. Being a product-driven company at heart, we believe clinical rigor mixed with technology and strong user-centered design has the potential to transform healthcare. We’re going up against some of the largest healthcare technology companies in the business and winning due to our focus on clinical workflow and patient engagement.

Interested? Our team is looking to add a DevOps Engineer to manage the infrastructure of our robust and scalable platform.

Required skills:

  • Experience administering Ubuntu servers
  • Knowledge of configuration management software (Puppet, Chef)
  • Database administration experience (PostgreSQL)
  • Experience managing monitoring and system analytics tools
  • Infrastructure development on AWS (EC2, S3, PostgreSQL, Redshift, VPC)
  • Comfort with frequent releases
  • Exposure to microservice-based architectures

Nice to haves:

  • Integrations with health information systems (Epic, Athena, Meditec) via API, HL7 or other interfaces
  • Awareness of HIPAA compliance standards

While we have a nice office, we see the benefits of working wherever you are most productive. We’re flexible, whether you want to be remote part of the time or all of the time.

A competitive salary, health insurance, profit sharing and flexible work schedules are standard issue. Beginning every day with the knowledge that what you’re doing has a real impact on people’s health is priceless.

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