Engineering Manager, Frontend at PatientPop in Los Angeles, California

PatientPop
Published
August 1, 2020
Location
Los Angeles, California
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Engineering Manager, Frontend

Engineering Manager, Frontend at PatientPop (View all jobs) Los Angeles, remote Manager of Engineering, FrontendPatientPop is a healthcare technology company that helps practices thrive with an all in one practice growth solution. Our platform empowers practices to promote themselves online, attract patients, and retain them for life. We improve every digital touchpoint along the patient journey, so patients can easily find and choose a practice, and become their advocate. We also improve every aspect of a practice’s online presence to help them attract the right patients to their services, and keep them coming back. We've helped thousands of providers since our founding in 2014. Along the way, we cultivated an incredible work environment. How you will contribute: Build beautiful frontend experiences using progressive technologies and patternsUnify code and front-end architecture for PatientPop’s portal platform that serves medical practices and providersDemonstrate a mix of intelligence, integrity, domain knowledge, verbal agility, and diplomacy which allows you to rapidly earn the trust of engineers and product management leadersOwn the delivery of OKRs, work with the product team to define KPIs and meet SLAsInspire, champion and coach as the need arises Our tech stack: Language: Javascript, HTML, CSSFramework: Vue.js Skills you’ll bring: 7+ years of experience as a software engineer3+ years of experience in engineering managementTechnical roadmap evangelization and managementMentorship to junior engineers, and strategic guidance and empowerment to senior engineers. Architecture visionary and best practice steward. Lead by example building proof of conceptsExperience with Javascript using functional frameworks like React.js or Vue.jsExperience with a shared component design using controller-based patterns and asynchronous implementationExperience implementing applications using style guides and wireframesUnderstanding of backend architecture principles and RESTful design Comfortable with Test Driven Development (TDD) and Agile environmentsTeam-oriented and collaborative, capacity to mentor junior team membersLeadership ability, excellent written and verbal English skills. About You: You are able to hire, build, and develop high performing engineering teamsYou are able to quickly make low-level decisions while being patient and methodical with high-level ones. You can command the room amongst the smartest and diverse set of individualsYou’re curious, love to learn and to dig into new technologies, and can pick them up quicklyYou demonstrate strong technical architecture and platform engineering skills along with the ability to switch between technology paradigms. You are adept at prioritizing value and shipping complex products requiring coordination across multiple teamsYou love working with some of the best world-class engineers, product managers, and architects. You strive to excel, innovate and take pride in your workYou are able to work well with other leaders Benefits: HackathonsOpportunities to host PatientPop talksDog-friendlyWeekly catered lunches100% fully-paid health, dental and vision optionsStock options401 (k)Flexible scheduleMaternity & Paternity leaveAnd many more perks!
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