Arcadia is building a team to increase the efficiency of its data ingestion pipeline. If concepts such as
green field development,
paranoid security, and
team building are attractive to you, read on! You own the implementation of a cloud-based remote agent administration system and you will contribute to the on-premises software that it administers.
We collect electronic health record (EHR) data from medical providers, such as doctors and hospitals, and billing data from those and insurance companies to create a unified health record across multiple providers for the purposes of studying patient population health.
More simply, we process a high volume, velocity, and variety of valuable data in order to build amazing visualizations and easily-consumed reports that help doctors make better decisions about their patients' preventative, maintenance, and emergency care, driving down costs and enabling better patient outcomes.
Even more simply, we help doctors tell patients how they can be healthier and how they can get better when they’re sick by enabling those doctors to see a patient’s record with every doctor they see.
Travel and homebase expectations
You’ll need to be comfortable
As a new team within the company, our technologies are not yet established. Those on the team lean toward JVM languages, especially Scala. We’re open-minded and consider the right tool for the job based on its merits while considering its popularity, ease of hiring, and room for contributions to the state of the art in the ecosystem.
We consider these technologies, languages, frameworks, etc. to be a part of our potential stack:
Other things we’ll be working with include Amazon Web Services, Apache Nifi, Apache Beam, Atlassian Confluence, Atlassian JIRA, Github, and more. The software this team writes will be deployed on Microsoft Windows and a variety of Linux distributions, so experience with either or both is valuable.
We expect familiarity with:
We’d love a candidate with familiarity with:
Things you could be interested in: