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Full Stack Engineer

Build software to provide life-changing tests for patients with rare diseases.
San Francisco, California, United States
Mid-Level
$120,000 - 178,000 USD / year
2 weeks ago
Probably Genetic

Probably Genetic

Helping biotech find genetic disease patients by testing them for free

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✨ About The Role

- The Full Stack Engineer will contribute to the design and implementation of deep phenotyping machine learning systems, genetic sequencing workflows, and patient intelligence platforms - Responsibilities include developing applications to identify specific genetic diseases, providing patients with clinical, genetic, and biochemical testing, and building data products for patients, advocacy groups, and biopharma partners - The role involves owning features end-to-end, contributing to both product frontend and backend, and playing a pivotal role in developing groundbreaking technologies while growing the business - The Full Stack Engineer will collaborate with internal teams to review code, optimize development processes, and implement solutions that drive customer value and growth - The position requires a track record of solving difficult, ambiguous problems and a willingness to learn expertise in healthcare data, bioinformatics, genetics, ML infrastructure, and growth marketing.
- Experienced software developer with at least 3-4 years of relevant experience in full stack development - Proficient in Python, Typescript, React, Django, GraphQL, PostgreSQL, AWS Services, Terraform, and GitHub Actions - Skilled in designing and building scalable systems used by external users - Comfortable working in a fast-paced, ambiguous environment with rapid changes - Empathetic and patient-focused individual who is motivated to have a positive impact on humanity
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Full Stack Engineer
San Francisco, California, United States
$120,000 - 178,000 USD / year
Engineering
About Probably Genetic
Helping biotech find genetic disease patients by testing them for free