Curelator is a digital health company focused on developing a clinical grade disease management platform for patients and clinicians. The company is base in Cambridge MA with operations in the US as well as Barcelona, Spain, UK and Germany.
Our product is a clinically validated patient-centric, digital platform that combines big data and proprietary small data (n=1) analytics to measure the impact of a wide spectrum of factors and medications on individuals with chronic diseases who have debilitating episodic attacks.
N1-Headache, our first application is being used in clinical studies with multiple institutions, which have generated several groundbreaking findings that have advanced the clinical management of migraine. Curelator collects patient reported data remotely and provide individual analysis to headache clinics.
We are looking for full-time contractor backend applications developer (Python / Flask), intermediate or senior level, to further architect, build and maintain the API and backend services underpinning its mobile health tracking and data analysis apps.
As a backend software engineer, you will:
This is an exciting opportunity to grow well implemented Python backend and REST API, built accordingly to software development best practices. We are strong believers in using the right tool for the right job and we hire people who like challenges and keeping up with new technologies.
You will work closely with our CEO, Clinical VP, Product Manager, Designers and other developers (web, mobile and backend). You will also get the chance to collaborate closely with our data scientists. We have smart and fun team of effective and communicative people spread between Boston, Barcelona and the UK. We are looking for someone based in Barcelona, who can work part-time remote and part time from our office, with strong communication skills generally and especially in English.
Between €45,000 and €55,000, depending on the experience, plus an equity sharing plan.
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