Software Engineer, Infrastructure

San Francisco or Remote US /
Engineering /
Full-time
Osmind is the premier platform for clinicians and researchers advancing new life-saving mental health treatments. Today, mental health disorders are one of the leading causes of death worldwide, especially among young adults, and are tied to shortening lifespans. While there have been developments in new psychiatric medications since the first FDA approval in 1954, today there is a growing movement among clinicians, patients, and researchers who are recognizing the need to accelerate new science.

The Osmind treatment platform is the first and only solution that solves specific challenges faced by neuropsychiatric clinics, spanning general psychiatry and interventional psychiatry (transcranial magnetic stimulation, ketamine, SPRAVATO®, psychedelic medicine, electroconvulsive therapy). The core electronic health record (EHR) technology is precisely developed for interventional treatment workflows and designed to support a strong therapeutic alliance, including journaling tools and assistance with health plan reimbursement, which is a significant access hurdle for millions of patients.

Research from our platform is already helping to set new standards for mental health interventions. For example, in the largest published real-world analysis of ketamine infusion therapy for depression, we teamed up with Stanford University School of Medicine to share findings in the Journal of Affective Disorders (March 2022). We have multiple ongoing research studies leveraging our proprietary real-world data, including an even larger ketamine analysis leveraging machine learning to predict treatment outcomes.

Osmind is a San Francisco–based public benefit corporation led by scientists, technologists, and psychiatrists. We are backed by top investors including DFJ Growth, General Catalyst, Future Ventures, Tiger Global, and Y Combinator.

The opportunity

We are a series B funded Public Benefit Corporation (PBC) building something that actually moves the needle on the global mental health crisis. (See here for an article our cofounder Jimmy wrote about PBC’s.)

We are looking for an engineer who is eager to learn and implement best practices and systems for our devops and infrastructure needs. This involves working on our existing platform infrastructure, build and deploy process, security configurations, tooling to improve developer productivity, and more!

Note: Osmind is a remote first, office encouraged workplace. While we would like to continue hiring local talent in the SF Bay Area, we are also open to remote candidates within the United States.

What you'll do

    • Partner with senior team members to develop and implement improvements upon the existing Osmind platform infrastructure, build and deployment process, and security configurations
    • Manage the whole lifecycle of our AWS development and production environments (manage configurations, monitor changes, respond to issues, etc.)
    • Create tools to improve developer productivity
    • Continue to build out and maintain our infrastructure as we continue to scale
    • Supporting the team with debugging environment-related issues
    • Be involved in our on-call rotation for production incident response
    • Our tech stack: Serverless Framework, Postgres, AWS Lambda, Cognito, S3, EC2, RDS, Aurora, Cloudwatch, Node.JS, React, and React Native (Expo).

Preferred qualifications

    • 2+ years of DevOps experience
    • Experience with automation and infrastructure as code (e.g. terraform, ansible)
    • Experience working with AWS services such as: Cognito, Lambda, Postgres, S3, EC2, RDS, Aurora, Cloudwatch
    • Experience working on CI/CD pipelines in multiple environments, including build and release systems with short (1 week) release cycles
    • Experience with logging and monitoring pipelines (Fluent Bit, Datadog, Logstash, etc.) 
    • Strong experience in a scripting languages
    • You are passionate about data privacy and want to help us build systems that don't just meet compliance/legal requirements but are representative of best-in-class security infrastructure
    • You have a passion for fixing our broken mental healthcare system
    • Strong interest and experience in developing resilient, fault-tolerant systems that our providers and patients trust
    • Previous startup experience to help you thrive in our fast-paced environment

Benefits

    • Competitive salary and equity package. 
    • 100% employer contribution to healthcare insurance (medical, dental, vision) and 50% contribution for dependents
    • 401K matching
    • Unlimited PTO
    • In-office perks: food and lunch, snacks and drinks, happy hours, etc. 
    • Flexible working hours to match your style
    • Contribute to one of the most innovative areas of medicine: frontier neuropsychiatry.
    • Be part of an all-star team that is intellectually rigorous, highly collaborative, deeply caring, and likes to have fun. 
    • Tremendous growth opportunity and autonomy given we're a high-growth startup.

About Us & More



Some candidates may see the list above and feel discouraged because they don't match all the items. Please apply anyway: there's a good chance you also have important skills we’ve missed! We are committed to diversity and building an equitable and inclusive environment for people of all backgrounds and experiences, and we're taking steps to meet that commitment. We especially encourage members of traditionally underrepresented communities to apply, including women, underrepresented people of color, LGBTQ+ people, veterans, and people with disabilities.

Osmind is a public benefit corporation and platform for clinicians and researchers advancing new life-saving mental health treatments. We recently published our first Public Benefit Report that chronicles how our team of scientists, technologists, and psychiatrists have been working to help solve the worldwide mental health crisis, advance responsible innovation and research, and help ensure robust access to care for patients of all backgrounds. Read the report here: https://www.osmind.org/pbc.