|Date Posted||November 19, 2020|
DISYS is currently looking for a React Developer for a Temp to Perm position here in the Tampa area. The React Web Developer will be working for our customer, who is a rapidly growing software application provider. This candidate must have a stable job history.
The temp to perm length for the React Developer will be 3-6 months on a contract before transitioning to a full time employee.
Job Description for the React Developer:
The candidate will work on our Stallion project, primarily focused on integrating our telemedicine platform with our partners in this pilot project.
This role is part of an Agile Scrum software development team, dedicated to our OBC project. The overall size will be 5-7 engineers plus a product manager.
· Bachelor’s degree in computer science, engineering or a similar field of study, or equivalent experience.
· 4-6 years of experience with web development.
· Experience with React/Redux on the front-end and Ruby on Rails in the back-end
· Experience building data integrations and scalable implementation patterns.
· Experience with healthcare data exchange and integration using HL7, FHIR, or similar data standards.
· Experience delivering multiple production-quality web applications.
· Demonstrated intellectual curiosity and pursuit of continued learning.
· Willingness to learn about Genoa Telepsychiatry’s business model and be a champion of telepsychiatry.
· Deliver high-quality software tools that support our mission to expand access to mental health care.
· Develop web-based applications using front-end and back-end technologies such as React, Redux, and Ruby on Rails.
· Build data integrations with our clinical and payor partners.
· Provide technical leadership to define and own implementation patterns that scale with our business.
· Mentor, and be mentored by other team members.
· Work as a partner with our product team to represent engineering interests and inform product decisions.
· Solve technical problems, simple and complex, in a lean and efficient manner.
· Follow engineering best practices and cultivate a best-practices culture.
· Resolve to put the customer first, by chasing ROI in all engineering efforts, recognizing that doing something the fastest way possible, lets us do more for patients.