DEV-OPS / BACK-END DEVELOPER
Medlo is a Health-Tech startup based in central Stockholm. The company has developed a market defining SaaS platform for managing temporary healthcare professionals.
Medlo's web based application allows caregivers to gather all of their staffing companies, assignments and hired healthcare staff into one place – a sort of Hotels.com for healthcare professionals.
Medlo is the leading player in the market - with some of Sweden's largest healthcare providers as customers. Our rapid growth is set to accelerate further and therefore we need to find more highly skilled full-time developers. Please find more information on https://medlo.se
In this role you will be given free hands and the responsibility to meet, and exceed, our SLA:s by keeping our platform up and running smoothly. You are expected to make well thought and wise decisions that will maintain and improve our platform. You will also help the rest of the team with development of the back end services. There will be a core team of experienced developers that you will work together with in solving problems and improving the deployment process - with the aim of building a product so fantastic that it reshapes the entire market.
You should have been working in the web industry for at least +5 years and have the skills and will to take on a big role in a fast growing company.
We are looking for someone with:
- Experience in operating, managing and monitoring a web application
- Experience in back-end development with databases
- The feeling that everything can be improved
It would be a plus if you have:
- Experience in Open Stack or other cloud operating systems
- Worked with Typescript or Node
- Have personal projects to show, regardless if you are proud of them or not
- Start-up experience
- It is required that you hold a EU/Swedish citizenship and are allowed to work in Sweden
Does this sound like a job for you? Interviews are ongoing so send us your application today! firstname.lastname@example.org. No recruitment assistance is needed, thanks.