Senior Software Engineer (Full-stack)

Paris, FR /
Software Engineering /
/ On-site
At Cardiologs, we aim to democratize access to expert cardiac care through medical-grade artificial intelligence and cloud technology. Our flagship product, the Cardiologs Holter platform, is a leading software for analyzing ambulatory ECG used to help diagnose over 1.8 million patients annually.
We are currently venturing into the remote patient monitoring space with the Cardiologs RPM solution, allowing patients to share their smartwatch ECGs with their physicians, who in turn use our cloud-based RPM platform to streamline ECG reviews.
In November 2021, we announced that we were being acquired by Philips to expand our cardiac portfolio.
We have an innovative, result-oriented work environment where we foster ambition and dedication while being mindful of our teammates’ work and achievements. We also nurture our company culture with monthly all-hands meetings and apéros, and other fun activities. 

What you’ll do

We are looking for 1 Fullstack Developer to strengthen our Engineering Team. You will work on our Cardiologs Resting platform.

Cardiologs Resting:
We are building a new platform that assists physicians in analyzing Resting ECGs and helps them deliver better patient care.
You will join a multidisciplinary feature team, composed of Software Engineers, Product Managers, and QA Testers. You will work on a stack based on React and Ruby on Rails, and follow modern web architecture.

As the main developer of this new product, you will work in close relation with the Product Manager to define the most impactful features, ranging from interactive visualization charts to seamless user workflows. You will also have a large impact on the quality of the code base, and ultimately of the product. You will get to work on a product portfolio used by thousands of physicians and technicians, that already helps them deliver better care to millions of patients each year.

Who you are

- An autonomous, committed, enthusiastic person with a "can-do", creative, and challenging mindset
- You have more than 5 years of experience in software engineering.
- Knowledgeable about modern web platform architectures and you have a strong knowledge of standard algorithms and data structures
- You have already worked with two or more of the following: Typescript, React, Redux code architecture, D3, WebGL, Ruby on Rails or a similar back-end framework, SQL database
- Fluent in spoken and written English. Some knowledge of the French language is a plus.

+ You have previous experience and/or a strong interest in developing healthcare products.

What we value
We value a positive mindset, collaboration, a sense of ownership, transparency, the ability to embrace ambiguity, a talk-less-do-more attitude, and a sense of humor to enjoy ourselves along the way. If you identify with our values and want to contribute to our company, we’d love to have you in!
What we offer
- Beautifully by-the-book startup offices in central Paris (we are in the 2nd arrondissement) 
- A respectful, fun, collaborative work environment
- WFO/WFH policy (2-3 days allowed at home)
- Lunch vouchers
- Daily fresh fruits and healthy (or not) snacks
- Monthly apéros
Our recruiting process
Being authorized to work in the EU is a precondition of employment.
1- Quick introductory HR phone call with Laurine, our Talent Acquisition Manager (20-30 min)
2 - Technical part:
- Quick tech call for 15-20 min to do a short algo exercise with one of the Software Engineers of the team
- Optional homework, to prepare the Technical interview in our office or via Zoom with the Hiring Manager and a team member (90 min)
3 - Performance interview in our office or via Zoom with 2 different persons from the team (90 min)
4 - Culture interview in our office (with lunch or drinks with the team if possible!) with 2 different persons from the team (90 min)
To close the process, we'll do some reference calls. In parallel, we'll organize a quick call (15-20 min) with France Schwarz, our General Manager.

If you feel like acing our technical interviews, here are a few resources we like:

- Cracking the Coding Interview book:
- The Art of Unix Programming