Origin Health is Hiring Software Engineer Interns
By Harsh

Origin Health is Hiring Software Engineer Interns

Origin health is hiring for software engineer interns through its internship drive 2021.

About the job

Job Overview: As a Software Engineering Intern at Origin Health, you will closely work with the Software Engineers to develop, maintain, and monitor the front-end and back-end of various internal tools and software applications. You will work with leading medical institutions, clinicians, and AI scientists and also play a crucial role in the development of our flagship AI products for the automated assessment of fetal ultrasound images (pregnancy scans).

 

Date of Joining: Immediate

 

Location: Remote, but ready to relocate to Bangalore in Q3 2021.

 

Duration: 6 – 12 months

 

Openings: 1

 

Education: Fresh-graduates, final/pre-final year undergraduate students in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Technology/Sciences, Electrical, and Computer Engineering or relevant departments

 

Responsibilities: 

  • Understand software requirements from clinical collaborators and internal teams (R&D, Data Engineering, Software) to develop, maintain, and monitor various internal tools
  • Implement and maintain database and prepare entities relationship diagrams
  • Develop and maintain a high-quality codebase (behavioral driven design and domain-driven design) with proper testing and re-usability

 

Requirements: 

  • Proficiency in git and git workflow
  • Proficiency in at least one of these languages: Python (preferable), Java, C++.
  • Experience in:
  1. Front-end development using HTML, CSS with at least 1 Javascript framework – Vue (preferred), React, Angular
  2. Back-end development using one of the following programming languages including but not limited to: Rust, C++, Java, Python
  3. Software architecture and design (OOPs), test-driven development, design pattern
  • Basic understanding and knowledge in:
  1. DevOps tools – Docker, Kubernetes, CI/CD (CircleCI)
  2. Automation, orchestration, and infrastructure design and maintenance using AWS
  3. Agile software development methodologies
  4. Database design, development, and maintenance – MongoDB or PostgreSQL
  • Team player and eager to learn attitude
  • Previous internship experience in early-stage startups is a plus
  • Professional proficiency and fluency in English

 

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to work, learn and seek mentorship from experienced engineers (software, deep learning research, data), AI scientists, and internationally renowned clinicians
  • Real ownership of what you do
  • Crucial role in building world-class AI technology with a potential impact on millions of expecting mothers globally every year
  • Industry-standard stipend
  • Vibrant and spacious office space

Company Brief

 

Origin Health is a Singapore artificial intelligence research laboratory that is building state-of-the-art AI systems to advance the field of fetal medicine. The research is led by an interdisciplinary team of AI scientists and fetal medicine specialists. Through cutting-edge AI development, we are attempting to solve some of the biggest challenges in the imaging and interpretation of pregnancy ultrasound scans.

 

Origin Health is headquartered in Singapore with clinical engineering teams in India (Bengaluru) and Vietnam. We are backed by leading investors in Silicon Valley, UK, and Singapore.

 

Origin Health’s mission is to democratize quality prenatal care for every expecting mother across the world. 

 

What is it like to work at Origin Health?

 

Origin Health is at its core a people-first company. We want to work with highly motivated individuals who are intellectually curious and commit to going out of their way to help others in the team to ultimately achieve our shared vision. We believe that pushing each other to be at their best and raising others’ aspirations is our core modus operandi. Encouraging each other to raise their ambition beyond what they might have in mind is beneficial to the individuals, and the impact on the greater society may be tremendous. This is why we invest so much in nurturing talents, providing the best platform and opportunities for each one to fulfill their own aspirations.

 

The teams are structured to be very lean and cross-functional. Everyone will get the opportunity to work with members from other teams on various projects. The cross-pollination of ideas across different teams is the reason why we have innovative solutions to some of the biggest engineering and clinical challenges. We design our working environment and internal communications to foster as much collaboration as possible. We have a strong culture of accountability and transparency so that every member has all the information they need to make good decisions on their own.

 

At Origin Health, you get to work with the leading clinicians, scientists, engineers, academic institutions, and hospitals from across the world who want to lead the development of next-generation technology solutions to improve the quality of prenatal care for expecting mothers. Our team is backed by Entrepreneur First, a venture capital funded by the founders of DeepMind, LinkedIn, and Paypal, as well as top VCs from Silicon Valley and Europe.

Come, join us on this journey 🙂

 

You are encouraged to apply even if your background does not exactly match our job requirements. We look forward to connecting with you.

 

How do I apply?

 

Interested candidates can send in their resumes and cover letter to careers-india@originhealth.ai. Due to the overwhelming response, we wish to inform you that only short-listed candidates will be notified. We thank you for taking your time to go through our job advert! Good luck!

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