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Full Stack Engineer - Amsterdam (x/f/m)

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Expérience : > 3 ans
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About Doctolib Siilo:

Doctolib Siilo is a secure medical communication app designed for healthcare professionals. In March 2023, Doctolib Siilo strengthened its position and potential, when it was acquired by Doctolib. 

More than 650,000 healthcare professionals use Doctolib Siilo to discuss and coordinate patient care with colleagues both within and beyond their organisational walls. Today, Doctolib Siilo is the largest medical network in Europe. 

Since 2013, Doctolib has been striving for a healthier world by providing new
-generation technology. With more than 2,800 employees across France, Italy, Germany and the Netherlands, Doctolib improves the daily lives of healthcare professionals and serves more than 80 million Europeans, offering a fast, frictionless, and secure journey for all their care needs.

Your Job:

As a Full Stack Developer at Doctolib Siilo in our Amsterdam office, you’ll help us drive our web applications forward, including both the integration with the Doctolib software and the standalone web chat companion. Your technical input is highly valued during feature design sessions with the Product Owner and UX Design team, both to improve and simplify the final ideas. You'll be involved in the technical design of new features, and help implement these together with the team. We value certain aspects of Scrum, such as the morning stand
-up and retrospective, but at the same time strive to maintain a pragmatic approach, minimising meetings and prioritising developer happiness to the fullest.

You will be responsible for:

  • Building, owning and maintaining the care cooperation features in the Doctolib stack using React, Typescript and Ruby on Rails, and in Doctolib Siilo’s web chat companion written in Angular.
  • Collaborating with your peers working on Android, iOS, web and Java backend building an awesome experience for our 650,000+ users and contributing directly to growing Doctolib Siilo's network of healthcare professionals.
  • Working test
    -driven and keeping security and privacy front and center to everything you do.
  • Owning the tech and deploying code every day.
  • The full development life cycle, including communicating with stakeholders (for instance product, design, QA) throughout the development process, as well as debugging production issues. 

What We’re Looking For From You:

  • 3+ years of experience developing web applications.
  • Experience with complex frontend codebases, preferably in React and Typescript.
  • Experience maintaining a Ruby on Rails backend, preferably accessing a relational database.
  • You are familiar with automated testing and maintaining CI pipelines.
  • You enjoy figuring out why things work, not just that they work.
  • You’re fluent in English.
  • Experience with skills such as automation testing and CircleCI are preferred.

Our team members are rewarded well, not only from a salary perspective but also with:

  • Learning & development opportunities 
  • Home office equipment allowance
  • Team spirit & creativity budget
  • 27 days of annual leave per year (and the ability to accrue more days on your work anniversary!)
  • Flexibility days allowing to work in EU countries and the UK 10 days per year 
  • Employee share plan 
  • Solidarity Days (2 days per year to help health charities and create a positive social impact)
  • Physical and mental health & wellbeing program (free mental health and coaching offer with our partner moka.care + base plan with OneFit)
  • A flexible workplace policy offering a hybrid work mode
  • Reimbursement of public transportation if you live outside the Amsterdam highway ring
  • Relocation support for international mobilities

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