Front End Architect

Monterrey | Full-time

Nimbo is a modern, easy-to-use cloud based SaaS Electronic Health Record. We use Ruby on Rails for our backend API, but rely in other modern technologies such as Elixir/Phoenix, Python/Flask, for other services. At the front we use Ember.js. We also keep a DevOps-driven culture, maintaining and deploying continuously to our production environments, relying on multiple service providers such as Amazon Web Services, Heroku and DigitalOcean.

You will work along with a self-motivated multi-disciplinary team, comfortable with the challenges of an early stage but rapidly growing product, taking part in the design, implementation, testing and delivery.

Our core values

  • No Babysitting
  • What’s right not who’s right
  • Meaningful work, meaningful relationships

Our ideal candidate:

  • Knows and believes in what KISS, DRY, SMART, SOLID, FIRST and YAGNI mean
  • Is capable and highly motivated to helping people grow and sharing knowledge
  • Has minumum 3 years of experience designing and writing SPAs in a JS Framework (Ember is a plus, but can be React, Vue, or Angular)
  • Is experienced with JS testing frameworks
  • Has experience with automated testing in Selenium
  • Has experience with CSS3/SASS
  • Writes clean, organized, readable and testable code
  • Has experience using git version control system
  • Has some experience working in the backend
  • Has worked or knows SCRUM

You’ll get extra points if you have experience with gitflow’s workflow

Interested? Shoot us an email with your resume and/or github account plus a couple of paragraphs explaining why you’d like to join the team.

ecs team

Website: https://www.nimbo-x.com/ Dev Blog: https://medium.com/the-backlog-by-nimbo-x


About Ecaresoft Inc:

Ecaresoft is a fast growing digital health company focused on building transformative products: Nimbo, Cirrus, and Nebula.

We’re shameless about our passion for hard work. We live to create the best healthcare software and improving the healthcare industry through them.