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Visionaries Wanted

Not only does physIQ have holy-smokes-I-can't-believe-this-stuff-is-possible technology, but we also have wow-these-are-really-solid-and-smart-and-nice-and-passionate people. If this sounds like you, check us out. Visionaries are encouraged to apply.

Backend Engineer


PhysIQ is a transformational leader in applying highly sophisticated technology to solve some of the most pressing problems in healthcare. More specifically, we are forging the frontier of healthcare delivery at the intersection of mobile technology and artificial intelligence. Our team is comprised of veteran technologists and world-class data scientists and our solutions set the market standard for scalability and sophistication. Furthermore, we are implementers with a proven track record of transforming an audacious technological vision into mission-critical solutions for our customers.

In our world, amazing things only happen when people make them happen. If you want to make things happen and do it with a world-class team of visionaries and doers, we encourage you to apply.

 

Job Description

PhysIQ is looking for a Backend Engineer who can help us reinforce our existing ecosystem of cloud technologies (including Kubernetes, Apache Flink, Cassandra, MySQL, etc.) to maintain our stable foundation of modern tools and solutions in order to continue to meet our customer and business needs. A great Cloud Engineer will find a balance between regular feature work, cross-team collaboration, and advocacy and leadership for improvement efforts when he or she identifies them. It should be no surprise that quality is a central focus to us as a company devoted to managing and helping improve peoples’ health.

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Required Skills

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