Frontend developer for PatientSky
PatientSky reduces the distance between patient and healthcare provider through a palette of communication tools, mobile apps and web applications. They have build one of the largest healthcare clouds to facilitate this – and we are looking for talent to continuously improve it.
You will be working with some of the hottest technologies in frontend development e.g. ReactJS, NodeJS, SIP, WebRTC for audio and video, WebSocket, synchronized clients, WebWorkers etc.
They use Git for version control and have a dedicated hosting team, that will host and serve your applications to millions of patients.
To equip their frontend developers with enough domain knowledge, they have partnered up with a handful of Norwegian clinics that they visit from time to time. They involve their customers in the product development cycle and as a frontend developer, you should not be afraid of getting your hands dirty with elements from interaction design, co-design and tons of prototyping.
They are in rapid growth, so they are looking for people who will grow with them and potentially advance in the process.
They are not a typical conservative company that requires you to have all the fancy diplomas and 10+ years of experience. They evaluate if you are the right person for the job, in terms of skillset and personality – that’s it.
They expect their staff to deliver scalable software, to be able to work independently and in teams, to go the extra mile for a deadline and most importantly – enjoy what you do. They are all professional nerds, and they are proud of it.
Frontend development tools and libs changes a lot these years (seriously, who can keep up?), and they do not expect you to know all their tools beforehand. You are a person who is ready to adapt and eager to learn, because they strive to try out all the new stuff.
You will be working with a Senior Frontend Developer and reporting to their Lead Fronted Developer.
PatientSky is a Norwegian company that develops innovative IT solutions for both patients and healthcare practitioners. Their vision is to increase both quality and efficiency of treatments and administration in healthcare. Their current products include communication modules, e-consultation module, VoIP systems, medication renewal module, mobile apps, scheduling modules, patient administration system, internet (ISP).
PatientSky was founded in 2014. One year later they launched pasientsky.no and have facilitated more than 3.5 million unique patient visits, handled 185,000+ dialogs between practitioners & patients and 520,000+ scheduled appointments. Our patient mobile app is one of the most downloaded healthcare apps in Norway, editor’s choice awarded and accessible on iOS and Android.
Their team is a mix of somewhat young and ambitious men and women. More than 70 employees across offices in Aarhus (DK), Odense (DK), Copenhagen (DK), Sandane (NO) and Oslo (NO).
Even though 80% of Norwegian doctors use PatientSky, they still see ourselves as a start-up – and the company spirit and culture reflects this; short way to decision making, agile development and an informal workplace.
Work location and what they offer
You will be working from the brand new Copenhagen office at Amaliegade, København K. The mantra is that they need to have a great working environment to create great products – so they put a ton of effort into building the best team they can.
They facilitate internal foosball tournaments (Norway vs Denmark is common), Friday beer, regular team events and the yearly grand summer party(weekend) located just 50 meters from their very first customer. All employees have access to a fresh varied and healthy lunch / dinner program, soft drinks, coffee, tea etc. They hope that you will bring your flavour into the social mixture and maybe kick-start the next yoga class, wine tasting or windsurfing club.
They have some pretty intense delivery periods which includes some traveling to e.g. Norway, Sweden or southern Europe. They know that travelling can be hard, so they refund that with long vacations and off-days in mid-summer and around Christmas.