Are you a full-stack software engineer who wants to improve mental well-being around the globe?
Do you want to take leadership responsibility in your next role?
We are looking for a lead software engineer. Maybe that's you?
What is Minnemera?
Minnemera digitize cognitive tests.
Today, cognitive tests are done with pen and paper at hospitals and primary care centers. This is time-consuming and inefficient.
Instead, we let people take screening tests in an app. The Minnemera solution can be used to test patients for depression, memory loss and burnout syndrome.
We have a fully working product and several customers.
What's the next challenge?
The next challenge is to build the product for large scale. We have a working product, and it is time to make it more stable, more automatic, and add interesting functionality. One type of functionality we want to add in the future is going from decision support to diagnostics in the application. At the same time, we are working on making the test-results more intuitive for the health care providers.
What's your challenge?
Your role will be focused on leading our technical platform into the next version. In 6 months from starting with us, we want you to feel that you own the code base and the direction for Minnemera going forward.
Your typical work day will be mostly coding in NodeJS, React, Redux and PostgreSQL. But, since it is a Lead Software Engineer role, you will also make sure that everyone is on the same page in the software development team of 4 people. Today, our CEO is typically running daily scrum meetings, but this will be one of the tasks you will do in your role.
In order to thrive in the role, we think you:
What do we offer?
Competitive compensation with both cash and stock options. Plus the opportunity to solve a big problem.
Sounds like something for you?
Click "I'm interested" and let's talk!
We are a tech startup in the area of mental health where we have built one of the first diagnostic-aid platforms for patients. We are extremely ambitious and hard-working team who are passionate about bringing the best of technology to one of the most vulnerable patient groups: those with neurocognitive dysfunctions such as dementia, depression and burnout syndrome.