Backend Software Developer - Israel
ART MEDICAL is a well-funded medical startup, developing cutting-edge technologies for ICU patients. Our smART+™ platform is an intelligent, sensor-based feeding system for critical care patients that aims to prevent life-threatening, in-hospital complications, such as ventilator-associated pneumonia, malnutrition, and acute kidney injury. With the introduction of Nutrition Management 2.0™ to critical care patient scoring systems, the smART+™ platform monitors, analyzes and prevents malnutrition and gastric aspiration in real time. By providing optimal nutritional care and achieving up to 100% feeding efficiency, the smART+™ platform improves the standard of care and helps ICU patients recover faster.
We are looking for a Backend Software Developer to join our interdisciplinary group of software, firmware, and hardware engineers.
Role & Responsibilities
In collaboration with the team, you will design and implement backend applications, data solutions, and an IoT platform that will be integrated into our smART+™ clinical platform. In addition, you will collect clinical data pipelines from multiple sources — inside and outside clinical settings, that will provide valuable insights about patients to medical professionals.
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or Software Engineering from a leading university.
- 3+ years of demonstrated experience in server-side development.
- Familiarity with Java / Kotlin/ Python.
- Proven Experience with Spring Boot.
- Proven Experience with micro-services architecture.
- Deployment and proven Experience with Dockers and K8s.
- Past Experience with Frontend tools is a big plus.
- Excellent problem-solving and troubleshooting skills.
- Process-oriented with great documentation skills.
- Strong multi-tasking skills with the ability to adapt to shifting priorities.
- Excellent communication, interpersonal, and teamwork skills.
Our products are making a difference in people’s lives and that impacts our daily work. It’s not just writing code – it’s writing code that matters.