- Job posted on: 19th Mar 2021
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Ally Assist is a team of 6 people (and growing fast) with a vision to help people with disabilities manage their teams and achieve their goals in the easiest way possible. A big problem we’re solving is that for a person with disability, they often have a few healthcare providers from different organisations. This can lead to unrelenting, back and forth email chains. With our platform, a person living with disability can have everything in one place and provide access to their team members as they see fit, allowing everybody to focus on what’s really important.
We’re a young, venture-backed startup with an engineering team of 2. We want you to help us shape the future of our company. It’s an exciting role that will enable you to be a custodian of the platform’s useability and quality. You’ll have a direct impact on the decisions that will affect our users' satisfaction and progress.
As our Full Stack Engineer you'll make a real, measurable difference to hundreds of users by proactively addressing performance and reliability issues, as well as implementing usable, performant, and relevant features. You will guide technical decisions as well as help us shape our Agile practices and uplift our capability in terms of Test Driven Development, Clean Code practices and our ability to work collaboratively.
You will measure your success by the outcomes that our team achieves, and not the amount of code you produce. We bring engineers into the conversation early and it's everyone's responsibility to think big-picture and be strategic. You'll work in a cross-functional team in close collaboration with our executive and customer success teams.
We're looking for reliable, self-aware people who are keen to collaborate and grow. The ability to champion our values matters to us; we care about our team and you'll be joining a group of people who want each other to be happy and successful.
We’re building a web application that allows people with a disability and their families to recruit and manage their allied health teams as well as monitor their goal progression. Users log in, enter their details, choose suitable staff to be matched with and review their progress. Healthcare workers apply to work with people with disability, write their notes, communicate with other team members and record their hours.
Right now we’re building things in Angular and a little bit of React; we use Firebase and Firebase Functions for our API layer. We’re looking at technology like Hasura, NestJS, and PostgresSQL moving forward but are open-minded to what comes next. We’re a product-focused team, and while we’re cross functional - we also wear many hats.
We know that developers with all of these skills do not exist (in fact, we don't even know how to do all of this stuff, but we want to), so hopefully you can help us with some of that. In an ideal world you will: