(Hybrid or Remote opening)
We are growing and seeking a full-time, permanent Software Engineer
to join our Team.
At Homestead Smart Health Plans, we believe health benefits should
be simple and sustainable. Everyone should have affordable, high
value healthcare coverage.
We believe there is a better way and we built one. Visit our
website homesteadplans.com for more details on how we
are revolutionizing healthcare.
We are pioneers on a mission to provide employers with the best
healthcare option. We seek change-makers. Come join our growing team
and help us transform US healthcare!
Our Software Engineers are responsible for the
ongoing development of our flagship products, like Claim Watcher, a
platform that brings cost transparency and helps our customers
reduce their healthcare expenses.
Software Engineers are responsible for building our next
generation tools. You will write code that runs across our stack,
including a REST API that services our web-based front end and a
headless automation platform.
You will work with the Product Team to plan and implement new
application features, perform code reviews with your teammates,
merge changes using GitHub Pull Requests, and deploy new code into
our AWS hosting environment.
As a developer, you will be creating innovative
software leveraging the latest technologies in a rapidly growing
industry. Your day will include:
Deploying and supporting our software using cloud services
like Amazon Web Services and GitHub CI.
Interfacing with end users and testers to gather feedback and
Contributing to our development standards.
Guiding the future of our applications.
We are boldly and passionately focused on reinventing healthcare.
Come join us!
Homestead is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity
and is committed to inclusion. We do not discriminate based on race,
religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age,
marital status, veteran status, or disability status. Homestead is
committed to providing a safe environment and
We ask that you are fully vaccinated for COVID-19.