Sr Software Engineer

HealthTell, Inc
Job Location
2420 Camino Ramon
San Ramon, CA 94583

Comprehensive benefits.

Job Description

The Senior Software Engineer is responsible for developing applications and microservices to support a research and diagnostic lab. You will work alongside assay scientists, biostatisticians, and data scientists in cross-functional teams to design and implement a variety of specialized applications including data processing pipelines and visualization frameworks. You will also develop, implement and integrate software for product support, including out-of-the-box programs, such as LIMS, CRM, inventory management applications, as well as novel custom software solutions. You will play a key role in the build-out of HealthTell’s computearchitecture.

This is an opportunity to join a fast growing start up with huge potential on the ground floor and make an impact quickly.



  • Develop and maintains software infrastructure.
  • Develops applications, graphical user interfaces and back-end logic.
  • Develops data management tools to ensure timely and accurate acquisition and integration of clinical, sample, experiment, and ImmunoSignature™ data
  • Works with data scientists to integrate mathematical data analysis modules into the analysis pipeline.
  • Supports the development and implementation of custom and off-the-shelf solutions to support HealthTell’s products, including LIMS, CRM, and patient reporting systems
  • Adheres to software engineering and source control best practices
  • Writes well-documented code, and provides detailed user and developer documentation



Education and Experience:

  • Bachelors with 2-5 years of industry experience, or 9+ years of relevant work experience


Skills, Knowledge, Abilities:

  • Python
  • Flask / Django SQLAlchemy
  • Significant experience developing databases and database-backed web applications
  • Experience with LIMS and CRM systems is a plus
  • Experienced with of API/RESTful development and interaction
  • Demonstrated ability to follow development best practices for high quality software
  • Devops experience (Vagrant, Docker, CI) is a plus
  • Experienced with the scientific Python stack, including Pandas, NumPy,ipython/juptyer notebooks, Matplotlib, and seaborn
  • Working knowledge of JavaScript and CSS
  • Must work effectively in a team environment as well as independently
  • Strong communication and documentation, organizational, and problem-solving skills
  • Ability to deliver projects on short time frames using Agile approaches.
  • Familiarity with basic statistical analysis helpful.
  • Enthusiasm for working in a fast moving, collaborative environment

Additional Qualifications:

  • Experience in biotech and/or bioinformatics, especially working in a FDA-regulated environment a plus.
  • Experience with Perl and R
About Our Organization

About HealthTell:

HealthTell is a Life Sciences and Biotechnology company that is commercializing the ImmunoSignature™ technology for accurate and timely detection, monitoring, and progression of chronic diseases. Based on a robust, scalable, proprietary technology, the company will provide the first and only diagnostic platform capable of detecting the presence of disease, stratifying patients, and monitoring disease progression. The ImmunoSignature™ technology is unlike any other, measuring the immune system instead of relying on inaccurate biomarkers or radiographic images.

HealthTell will empower physicians to make more informed decisions by providing the medical community with tools that will facilitate improved outcomes for patients with chronic diseases. Over 170 million people, in the US alone, are affected by chronic and debilitating diseases that create significant economic burden totaling over a trillion dollars. HealthTell is committed to improving the lives of patients through the power of ImmunoSignature™ Technology.

HealthTell is an equal opportunity employer.

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