Are you a software engineer who wants to work with an interesting, challenging and meaningful domain, to improve mental well-being around the globe?
We are looking for a full stack developer. Maybe that's you?
What is Minnemera?
We 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 with a large number of customers in Sweden and now we want to grow and also approach new markets outside of Scandinavia.
What's the next challenge?
The next challenge is to make the product ready for roll out on new markets, making processes smoother and more scalable and expanding the scope and creating new functionality. We have a fully working product and we want to make it more automatic and also add new interesting features. We're looking into making better decision support for clinicians and also utilizing machine learning to dramatically improve the way we can analyze test results.
What's your challenge?
Your will be working in our core product team, having full ownership of the code together with the rest of the team. We're looking for someone who, ideally, can do everything from front end development via server and database work to working with automation and devops things. In this role you have the opportunity to create features from start to end and also be part of the requirements and design process.
We're mostly coding in NodeJS, React, Redux and PostgreSQL and we expect you to feel at home with this.
In order to thrive in the role, we think you should have:
You also get extra credits for:
As a team member you get:
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.