Behaivior is a digital wellness company that uses behavioral health technology & wearables for relapse & overdose prevention. We help people stay on track with their recovery process by providing the right intervention at the right time, in real-time, and help care providers better serve clients.
Senior Software Developer
Our job is to help Persons In Recovery (PIR’s) adjust their behavior to stay free from forms of addiction by utilizing software, wearables, and AI. The idea is to inject help when it’s needed most. Our approach is keenly focused on the PIR, and working towards assisting hospital systems, recovery centers, and individuals track and sway decisions that may lead to barriers to a successful recovery process. We have an exciting opportunity for a talented senior developer to be a part of a project that is not only innovative but is also for the social good.
As a Senior Software Developer, you’ll be able to help shape the course of the entire software platform for the benefit of our customers. Leveraging your expertise will be paramount in being able to make quick decisions, write software, and ultimately deliver a complex software product that will help care for PIR’s in their critical moments. Work ethic and professionalism, in this role, is very important to be able to meet key critical timelines needed to continue product growth.
- Experience in general software platforms for mobile.
- Experience working with GitHub, Cloud software tools, and the like.
- Experience collaborating closely with product, engineering, UX, and research teams.
- Solid understanding of utilizing software to build a successful product.
Please forward qualified resumes to: [email protected].
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