Lead Software Engineer

About Reperio B.V.

We are a dynamic startup that loves challenges if they are for a good cause.

Our vision is everyone's vision (literally): we focus on preventive diagnostic tools that aim to detect ophthalmic and neurodegenerative disorders. We do so by applying Deep Learning models to eye movement data collected with state-of-the-art eye-tracking technology.

We have a people-oriented approach: our technology being designed around the patients, for the patients. If you want your work to be meaningful and you strive to have a direct, positive impact on people's lives, then we will get along well.

About the position

We are looking for a Lead Developer with DevOps engineering experience. You will be responsible for developing, maintaining, and deploying on the Cloud the diagnostic application of Reperio. You will be involved in the development of the application from A to Z; therefore, a good degree of architectural design experience will be required.

 

You will have a key role in the development of an innovative medical device that combines eye-tracking and modern machine learning methods to perform non-invasive, early diagnosis of visual disorders and neurodegenerative conditions.

 

You will work in close collaboration with our team’s Data Scientists, and you will have the chance of seeing your work rapidly applied in the real world, where it will help patients and doctors in receiving and providing better diagnostic services. 

 

What we are looking for

You have 5+ years of professional work experience.

You are able to work both independently and in interdisciplinary teams.

You are fluent in English.

Required skills:

  • Fluent in at least one back-end language (ideally, but not necessarily, Python)

  • Familiar with JavaScript frameworks (e.g., Angular, React, Node.js)

  • Familiarity with databases (e.g., MySQL, MongoDB) and web servers (e.g., Apache)

  • Experience in designing and deploying architectures for SaaS products

  • DevOps skills (e.g., Docker, Ci/CD, Kubernetes, etc.)

  • Experience with Cloud computing services (AWS, GCP, Azure, etc.)

 

Appreciated skills: 

  • Familiarity with ISO13485 and IEC62304 standards

  • Previous experience in developing software medical applications

  • Experience with UI/UX design

What you can expect from us

Interesting and challenging projects, complete freedom in managing your working hours, and working to make the world a better place. As an early employee, you will have the chance of participating in high-level decisions regarding the development of the core product. Working remotely is allowed and expected during COVID-19, although for some parts of the project the presence in-house will be required. The office is located in Groningen. It is the city in the Netherlands with the youngest population and the highest cycling viability, tailored for a person-centered lifestyle.

How the job application will look like

  • Apply through the LinkedIn Ad and fill in the screening questions

  • We will aim to get back to you as soon as possible (2 weeks, indicatively)

  • In case of a positive response, you will be invited for a videocall / in-person interview, depending on your location / lockdown situation.

  • The interview may contain problem-solving / coding questions.