Front End Engineer
Software Engineering · Remote, UK, Edinburgh
A bit about us...
How many times in your work do you get to save a life? At Current Health, you get to build and create technology that does this every single day. Current Health helps healthcare teams to monitor and manage patient's in their own home. We shine a light on human health outside of the hospital, delivering unprecedented insight's to healthcare professionals and surfacing those who are at high risk of illness before they deteriorate. Current Health uniquely brings together experts in artificial intelligence, biomedical engineering, electronics and software engineering, product design and clinical operations to deliver a technologically and scientifically complex platform globally.
What does a Front End Engineer do at Current Health?
We are looking for front end engineers experienced in building scalable, well-tested applications. You will work as part of one of our software engineering teams, building out our platform and product for use by patients and healthcare professionals.
You will collaborate closely with other disciplines, including UX, biomedical engineering, data science, electronics engineering and product science.
What tech are we using?
- Angular (AngularJS, 5 and 8)
- HTML, SCSS, Responsive mobile work
- Redux, RxJS
- You are flexible and can learn on the job quickly
- Have previous experience as a Software Engineer
- Have experience with at least one Single Page Application framework
- Have some experience with front-end build, dependency management and automation tools such as gulp, npm and webpack
- Have dabbled in mobile platform development
- You are comfortable working, prototyping and delivering incrementally, adapting based on customer needs and technical difficulties, always with the user in mind
- You are comfortable reviewing, releasing, deploying and troubleshooting your and other people's code
- You are a good team player, ready to help, debate, compromise and work together
- You have an eye for detail and you always look at the big picture
- You can pragmatically balance quality with a fast-paced schedule