CareMessage is hiring a

Remote Software Engineer (Front End)


CareMessage is looking for a Front End Software Engineer to help build the next generation of our web application to streamline care management and deliver interactive mobile programs to improve health outcomes. You will specialize in building responsive and elegant web applications that scale to millions of users in multiple languages.Our engineering team follows agile principles in a test driven development process. We are a remote first team that values open collaboration and shared ownership.


  • Design, build and maintain efficient, reusable, and reliable application code
  • Ensure the best possible performance, quality, and responsiveness of applications
  • Apply scalable application fundamental design principles as needed.
  • Collaborate with engineering, QA and product to ensure we provide a quality user experience for clinic staff across our apps, and ensure our app scales as our user base grows


  • 3+ years of professional web application engineering experience with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • 2+ years of professional experience with AngularJS or Angular
  • Experience with Agile development methodologies
  • Ability to implement automated testing platforms and unit tests

Desired, but not required

  • Experience with Ruby
  • Familiarity with the healthcare industry and enterprise level application development
  • Familiarity with continuous integration tools

Learn more about our remote culture on TheMuse

About CareMessage

CareMessage is a nonprofit organization using mobile technology to make underserved populations healthier. Healthcare organizations use CareMessage's patient engagement platform to remind, inform and educate over 1 million patients about primary care appointments, preventive care screenings, and disease self-management. Founded in 2012 at Stanford University, CareMessage has raised nearly $20 million from, William K. Bowes Jr. Foundation, Pershing Square Foundation, Y Combinator, the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, Echoing Green, and others in an effort to build technology to solve problems in healthcare. You can learn more about our team by visiting our profile on The Muse.

Recent Press:

  • Profile in Morgan Stanley's "Perspectives in Philanthropy" magazine

Growth and Impact: