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Apply for Senior Java Engineer

August 28th, 2020

Kyiv, Kharkiv, Uzhgorod, Lviv, Dnipro, Remote

Required skills

  • 4+ years of experience in software development
  • Solid experience in Java
  • Experience in microservices
  • Experience in SQL (noSQL a plus as well)
  • Experience in test-driven development
  • Experience in Hibernate
  • Experience in HTML / Twitter Bootstrap / JavaScript
  • Interest in artificial intelligence, machine learning
  • Level of English: Upper-Intermediate
  • Undergraduate degree in CS or related field
  • Watched all seasons of “Rick and Morty”

Responsibilities

  • Ability to create clean, well-documented and efficient code
  • Collaborate with the client and other team members and stakeholders on the project
  • Keep project development environment fast and nimble
  • Crank code and solve problems fast
  • Help design and architect solutions

We offer

  • High compensation according to your technical skills
  • Long-term projects (12m+) with great Customers
  • 5-day working week, 8-hour working day, flexible schedule
  • Democratic management style & friendly environment
  • WFH option (Possibility to work from home)
  • Annual Paid vacation — 15 b/days + unpaid vacation
  • Paid sick leaves — 6 b/days per year
  • Ukrainian official holidays
  • Corporate Perks (external training, English courses, corporate events/team buildings)
  • Cozy office in the center of the city
  • Coffee, cookies and other goodies
  • Professional and personal growth

Project description

Californian-based company provides an automated, 24/7 platform for healthcare powered by AI.

In 2018 the platform was launched, an ML product that automatically identifies and repairs inaccuracies in healthcare provider directories, ensuring all patients have access to up-to-date, accurate information and reducing the cost and time burden on payers, plans, and administrators.

Team of engineers will be working directly with the CTO who worked for Twitter. The CTO will be training the team and sharing his experience with every new team member.