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LindaCare is a Belgium-based digital health scale-up company specialized in the development of integrated remote monitoring software solutions for chronic disease management.
The initial focus of LindaCare are patients with chronic heart failure (CHF) and cardiac arrhythmia, equipped with Cardiac Implanted Electronic Devices (CIED) for Cardiac Rhythm Management (CRM). LindaCare’s OnePulse™ unified vendor independent web platform addresses the daily pain of cardiologists and nurses who have to manage hybrid remote monitoring solutions from different implant vendors, and makes patient remote monitoring significantly more efficient.
The solution will subsequently be extended to other chronic disease domains integrating a wide range of tele-monitored medical devices.
We are seeking for a full stack developer with a high interest in implementing systems with a high level of interfacing with third party systems. The platform we are currently developing retrieves tons of data from different systems and get it all together in just one single access point for our users. Topics include: #web_development, #system_integration, #software_architecture, #data_storage, #multi_device, #data_security, #machine_learning, #ehealth
- good knowledge of the state of the art in web application development
- a passion for clean code, software patterns, data structures and performance optimization
- curiosity that lets you get into new developments or technologies but with the common sense required not to fall for the latest fan
Your skills (aptitude) will be important, but what we value the most is your attitude. If you are the right person:
- you focus on building software that matters to your users, and you truly believe that's the way to make your company successful
- you take on a new task, you get it done no matter how challenging, boring, tiny or huge it is, everyone within the dev team can count on you
- you are ready to teach your team mates but also willing to learn from them
- you care about the people you work with. Nothing great can be achieved working alone
- it's obvious to everyone around you that you really enjoy your work
- you are humble enough to understand that 'the best solution' is something subjective. You don't build science projects because you are smart enough to make it
- you are confident enough that you don't have to prove to anyone how good developer you are
- you have experimented with and survived different type of frameworks and you don't stop looking for new ways of mastering your craft
- An exciting venture to improve quality of life for people suffering from chronic diseases
- Hundreds of challenges ready for people willing to take action
- A multicultural environment of very talented and open-minded people
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