Set new standards for healthcare as Senior Frontend Developer at Omhu
Did you know that skin issues are among the most common medical conditions?
They account for up to one third of all primary care consultations, and yet health systems today are struggling to maintain the necessary infrastructure to support patients with skin conditions – and the doctors treating them.
This is where we come in.
At Omhu, we want to ensure that patients get the help they need by realising the potential of digital health solutions. From reimagining the patient-doctor interaction, to creating smarter ways to diagnose and manage skin conditions, we have set out to transform skin health and improve access to quality care – but we need your help to do so.
Are you our new colleague?
We are looking for a Senior Frontend Developer with solid web experience and strong architecture skills to drive our healthtech solutions forward.
Our framework and language of choice is React and Typescript. We typically work with GraphQL APIs using Apollo, and we use Storybook to make it easier to work on components.
We expect you to be able to identify upcoming needs and advance the frontend architecture, setting guidelines for development. You will be working together with the mobile development team to set standards across the board and collaborate with the machine learning team to deploy their work to the web.
We also expect you to help nurture the talent of our junior developers with hands-on mentoring.
As we work in small teams with freedom under responsibility as one of our governing principles, you should be self-reliant and outspoken to ensure that your insights and ideas will help us to effectively and efficiently advance and maintain our products. At the same time, we know questions will arise and reaching out to your peers for advice and sparring when needed is one of the keys to success.
Join us to make a difference – stay for the culture
It takes a certain setting to be able to transform dermatological care.
You must be able to thrive in an ever-evolving environment as you will become part of a multidisciplinary and diverse workspace of more than 20 different nationalities where product designers and developers work closely with doctors, dermatologists, and data scientists (just to name a few).
We value a curious and creative mindset, which doesn’t only influence our way of working but has also fostered a strong social community and basis for knowledge sharing.
We have guild meetings every three weeks with all the web and mobile developers, and “Frontend Fun Days”, where we explore which other technologies could be valuable for us to implement. But the fun doesn’t end here. We also have themed Friday bars every month, “hygge coffees” to mingle across the organisation, and an array of other activities organised by the colleagues themselves.
Other benefits include…
- Pension contribution and premium health insurance.
- The opportunity to attend conferences and professional training.
- Flexible working hours and holidays.
- Paid parental leave so you spend valuable time with your loved ones.
- Lunch served by our own in-house chef.
- A variety of snacks and soft drinks available throughout the day when you are feeling peckish.
- MacBooks and super-ultra-wide screens as your productivity base – unless you prefer otherwise.
How do I apply?
If you are up for the challenge of uniting science, technology, and dermatology, please send your CV and motivational letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject ‘Senior Frontend Developer’.
We invite applicants in on a rolling basis.
Omhu is still in its early days, but we have more than five years of research and development under our belt from working within LEO Innovation Lab – LEO Pharma’s digital innovation unit.
Combining science and technology, we were established in August 2020 as an independent healthtech company to rethink dermatology by making clinical support available to anyone with a smartphone. Understanding how and where technology can make the most impact is as much our concern as developing the technology itself. Our focus areas include teledermatology and the use of artificial intelligence to diagnose, manage, and treat skin conditions.
Omhu is a Danish word that is difficult to translate, but to act with ‘omhu’ means to act attentively, conscientiously, and with precision.
Omhu is our standard.