Seer is developing technology to revolutionise the diagnosis and management of neurological conditions, with a special focus on epilepsy. Our mission is to deliver deep personalised clinical insights and advance patient experience with leading-edge technology.
Our technology consists of wearable devices, a cloud platform and machine learning systems. These systems are at the core of our at-home video EEG monitoring and diagnostic service - the first of its kind. Seer has already made a big impact across the east coast of Australia over the last 2 years, and is now building for international expansion.
As we grow our business, we’re focussed on creating a collaborative work environment where everyone is empowered to do their best work and learn new skills and perspectives. We are committed to building a diverse team whose members help each other to grow. We’re searching for like-minded colleagues who are excited to apply technology to the healthcare industry and to make a meaningful difference in people’s lives.
Seer fosters a work environment that promotes innovation, yet keeps it fun with regular social events, a focus on diversity and inclusion, professional development and of course, the chance to work with the best people in the business.
To find out more about what we do, please visit: https://seermedical.com
To find out more about working at Seer, please visit: https://seermedical.com/careers
About our product
We're building a web platform to power wearable and implantable devices that are about to enter the healthcare market. The platform stores and manages the biomedical data from these devices, allowing us to provide personalised insights, predictions and alerts to patients in real-time. The platform currently supports our at-home EEG-ECG diagnostic services and will soon support clinical trials of devices carried out by partner companies.
About the role
We’re looking for someone who, as well as helping us build an amazing product, is excited to work in a collaborative, team environment. You will have the chance to influence a growing team, work with and contribute to modern development tools, and work on a range of interesting features and problems.
Your responsibilities include:
Developing, testing, and maintaining code for the GraphQL server (NodeJS, ExpressJS and Apollo Server) and for the main web app (ReactJS and Apollo Client)
In collaboration with the rest of the team, ensuring that our software is user friendly, stable, secure, resilient, documented, and maintainable
Proactively raising issues or ideas for how our technology should/could be built
Being an active member of the team's development and learning
Skills and experience
You will have most of the following attributes:
Solid experience in web development (including both front and back-end development)
Good communication skills, an attention to detail, and a focus on user experience
Enthusiasm for software quality (automated testing, code review, and documentation)
Ability to work well in a diverse team with different backgrounds and experience levels
In addition to these base attributes, we are particularly interested in people with experience in:
NodeJS (especially ExpressJS)
Git, CI/CD, and agile development practices
Managing and monitoring server infrastructure (especially on AWS)
GraphQL (especially the Apollo libraries)
We're a young company, so you'll have the opportunity to lead and contribute to the overall direction of the business
Culture - we hire for attitude fit over specific skills, and we love colleagues who are ambitious to continue learning
A fast-moving, collaborative and flexible work environment
Work alongside experts in neurophysiology, software development and machine learning
A professional development budget for conferences, courses, networking, etc.
A focus on diversity and inclusion
Be a part of something that matters - we’re building something that will have a big impact on the way neurological, cardiac and sleep disorders are diagnosed, treated, and managed on a global scale
Please note: while we value flexibility, we're not able to accommodate remote working at this time - this role is based at Seer HQ in Melbourne CBD, VIC.
Please via email an application (CV and cover letter) through to the contact details below. If you’re unsure about the role or would like more information please contact us and we’d be happy to chat with you about it.
Moran New, Talent Acquisition Manager
T: +61 423 302 903 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org