Noctem | Full Stack Developer - Technical.ly

Full Stack Developer

LifeX Labs |  Pittsburgh | Data Science

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About NOCTEM

At NOCTEM, we re-imagine sleep medicine to optimize health and performance globally, through science, scalable digital health technology, and AI. We are a start-up company, with all the excitements and challenges that come with striving to make a real difference in the lives of people we serve. We are ambitious, mission-driven, quality-focused. We work smart. We come with a plan and roll with the punches.

 

Are you the team member we are looking for?

We are looking for a full stack developer who has an entrepreneurial spirit, an innate drive for excellence, who dares to try, is not afraid to fail, who can think big, execute, and deliver. Accountability, reliability, commitment and work ethics are top priorities at NOCTEM.  We want to enhance our diverse team with a person who has initiative to stay abreast of technology advancements and strong communication skills.  The right person will have a major hand in our culture and growth.

 

As a full stack developer at NOCTEM, you will:

Architect, develop, and maintain web applications

Build and maintain REST APIs

Design and implement data storage solutions

Implement security and data protection

Perform unit and integration testing for robustness, including edge cases, usability, and general reliability

Improve application performance by optimizing code and fixing bugs

Create elegant solutions to address complex user experience and product problems quickly and efficiently and ensure a smooth design-to-development transition

 

For this position you need to meet the following requirements:

3 years or more of relevant work experience in an environment using Node.js, ES6, Typescript, REST APIs and modern component-based frameworks such as Angular 2+, Vue, or React.

Authorization to work in the USA

Experience with role-based access control (RBAC) and Identity Access Management (IAM).

Proficient in implementation of security and data protection for web applications..

Proficient understanding of code versioning tools.

Strong communication skills, including ability to describe technical issues to non-technical team members.

Eagerness to keep up to date with new technologies and frameworks.

Ability to work independently

 

Special consideration is given for:

Experience with Angular, MongoDB, Elastic Beanstalk, Docker, Node.js libraries and frameworks

Proficient in test-driven development (TTD) and agile software development

Working knowledge of Socket.IO real time communication platforms as well as Semantic UI, Bootstrap UI and Ionic framework

Experience interfacing with Cerner EHR system using Cerner Open Developer Experience (CODE)

Experience with data import and synchronization from wearable devices

 

At NOCTEM, you’ll find:

Competitive compensation (salary, stock options) based on experience and skills

Benefits including medical, dental, vision, and 401K

Competitive vacation time

 

NOCTEM is an equal opportunity employer and will consider all applications without regards to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or any characteristic protected by law. NOCTEM is an at-will employer.

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Tell us about the team that runs LifeX:

We’re small, which has allowed us to be collaborative and agile. Currently, we’re at five full-time employees, with one part-time executive-in-residence (our seasoned industry experts) —  though we are actively recruiting for more.

We’re all intrinsically motivated people; scrappy, hardworking go-getters. No one ever says, “That’s not my job.” In fact, it’s the opposite, we are always looking for things to fix.

What makes Pittsburgh a fitting location for LifeX?

The University of Pittsburgh ranks fifth in National Institutes of Health funding, but it has needed more focused support in how to commercialize academic research into products that can actually treat patients.

We were founded to be a centralized hub for life sciences resources and support, and a community, so that we can help more entrepreneurs create a path to market. As time goes on and our ecosystem grows, we’ll have a portfolio of companies in Pittsburgh with a significant amount of training in this process.

Our coworking and lab spaces are in the South Side and Lawrenceville neighborhoods, respectively — on the perimeter of Pittsburgh’s Innovation District. 

What are some of the unique features that LifeX offers the greater life sciences community in Pittsburgh?

Our free community events are open to everyone and are a great opportunity to find resources or network with other members of the life sciences scene.

● “Office hours” (a no-cost, 30-minute consult with experienced service providers)

● Weekly breakfasts

● Speaker series featuring industry leaders

● Founders’ Forum for leaders in the life sciences space

● Expert workshops

What is the difference between the accelerator and incubator programs?

The accelerator program is designed for early-stage innovators looking to take a leap from the lab to starting a business. The program hosts a new cohort (8 teams) each spring and runs for three and half months. The programming is very structured, with every team learning from the same curriculum, although there is room to work on individual goals.

The incubator program is designed for entrepreneurs who are ready to make a full-time commitment to advancing their startup. Participants set and work toward personalized technical and business milestones through support, mentorship and intensive hands-on training from our team, executives-in-residence and a long list of local life sciences experts and service providers.

How do I apply to be in the incubator program?

Take a look at our website to learn more about the program and fill out a free application.

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