We’re looking for an experienced and passionate Mobile Front-End developers (Senior and Mid levels) interested in joining an early-stage venture to help the team scale our health tech application (+web) across the world.
Elfie has the ambitious mission to save millions of people every year. Our vision is to provide a holistic and gamified solution to chronic diseases, the silent killers of our generation.
25% of all people die from a chronic disease (hypertension, diabetes, cholesterol). The good part is that it could be avoided if people followed their doctor's prescription and lifestyle recommendations. The sad part is that they don't due to lack of awareness of danger, unwillingness to change lifestyle, and costs to follow treatment (lifelong).
Elfie is a chronic disease management platform that pays patients to get healthier, provides them with drugs at cheaper prices, and allows them and their caregiver to monitor & alert them on the evolution of their conditions. It is promoted by 1,000s of doctors and endorsed by healthcare leaders.
Support the entire application lifecycle (concept, design, test, release and support)
Produce fully functional mobile applications writing clean code
Gather specific requirements and suggest solutions
Troubleshoot and debug to optimize performance
Work with Product development team to plan new features
Ensure new application meet quality standards
Stay up-to-date with new technology trends.
Proven work experience as a Mobile developer, with at least 2 years of experience in Flutter
Android/IOS Native experience is a plus.
Demonstrable portfolio of released applications on the App store or the Android market
Experience with integrating mobile application to Firestore/Firebase is a plus
Familiarity with OOP design principles
Excellent analytical skills with a good problem-solving attitude
Ability to perform in a team environment
BSc degree in Computer Science or relevant field
4+ years of relevant industry experience for mid-level, 8+ for senior level.
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