Full Stack Developer

QMedic Health Inc. - Cairo

Applicants for
2 open positions
Experience Needed:
1 to 3 years
Career Level:
Entry Level
Job Type:
Full Time
1,200 to 1,500 USD per month
Arabic, English
2 open positions
About the Job

Full-Stack Developer

QMedic | Boston, MA USA

Job Summary

Full-time remote position based in Egypt

  • Would you like to join one of the leading digital health startups in the US enabling high-risk seniors and disabled persons to live independently at home? QMedic has been recognized by the National Institutes of Health, Amazon Web Services and AARP as one of the top disruptors in health and medicine in the USA.
  • QMedic’s founders are from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and include veterans in healthcare IT, wearable computing, the Internet of Things and Machine Learning/AI. Our proactive medical alert service helps caregivers monitor their loved ones 24 hours/day and generates cost savings to health insurance plans by keeping high-risk members out of the emergency room. QMedic's clients include many Fortune 500 health insurance companies in the USA and there is a unique potential to expand our footprint globally, including the Middle East and Asia. You can learn more at www.qmedichealth.com.
  • The Full-Stack Developer will report to QMedic's Chief Technology Officer Dr. Fahd Albinali. The position will be a full-time remote position based in Egypt with periodic opportunities to connect live with Dr. Albinali in Egypt.
Job Requirements
  • Major in Computer Science required. Minor in Mathematics preferred but not required.
  • Fluency in Amazon Web Services (S3, RDS, Lambda, etc.).
  • Model View Controller (MVC) design experience.
  • Grails & Groovy experience.
  • Mastery of Java.
  • Advanced Javascript & Angular JS experience.
  • Firmware development experience is preferred.
About this Company

QMedic is a 24/7 proactive medical alert service that intelligently routes and escalates alerts to optimize care management for high-risk patients living at home.

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