Founding Software Engineer

Location London
Discipline: Software Engineering
Contact name: Tom Goldberg

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Published: 21 days ago

We are hiring for a company utilizing behavioral data to develop Personal Healthcare Agents by combining sensor-based technologies with natural language processing. Their team consists of committed digital health researchers, machine learning experts, and clinicians from leading institutions in academia and industry.

What you will be doing

As a Founding Software Engineer, you will play a crucial role in building and maintaining a platform for continuous patient engagement. Your responsibilities will include designing, developing, and maintaining mobile applications on both iOS and Android platforms. You will collaborate closely with the ML team to integrate AI-driven features, ensure optimal application performance, and implement responsive frontend designs. Additionally, you will be responsible for maintaining application health, handling bugs, and improving user experience. Reporting directly to Leadership and engaging in collaborations among team members to meet ongoing goals will also be part of your role.

What the company hiring is looking for

  • A bachelor’s, master’s, or higher degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or a related field.

  • At least 4 years of industry experience in full-stack development roles

  • Proficiency in mobile app development for both iOS and Android platforms.

  • Familiarity with frameworks like React, Node.js, and MongoDB,

  • Experience with mobile app development tools such as Swift, Kotlin, and Flutter

  • Strong expertise in continuously collecting smartphone sensor and metadata

  • Knowledge in frontend design principles and best practices

  • A deep interest in building safe and reliable AI tools for real-world applications


  • Experience in collaborating with researchers in an interdisciplinary setting,

  • Previous work at an early-stage startup

  • Familiarity with deploying applications handling sensitive health-related data