At DeepMind Health, we’re building the next generation of clinical software. Our flagship mobile application, Streams, is already used in hospitals where it’s helping clinicians provide care to their patients now, and we believe this kind of digital platform could potentially play a role in applying DeepMind’s AI research in the future.
We’re looking for Software Engineers to join the team, to help us build both the iOS & Android applications and the infrastructure that powers Streams. We build with open source technology, using a range of tools like Go, Swift, Kafka, MySQL, Kubernetes & GCP - though we’re always open to trying out new things.
We’re privileged enough to be one of a handful of groups in the world with a viable chance to radically improve the use of technology in healthcare, and we recognise that responsibility. This is not a role that requires Machine Learning experience.
You’re a passionate backend, iOS, Android or web frontend developer, though aren’t particularly happy about putting yourself in that kind of box.
You’re uncomfortably excited about the mounting impact of technology on society, and its ability to solve significant social issues. You’re committed to being part of those difficult changes.
You’re thrilled to be a part of a multidisciplinary team, working hand-in-hand with our significant product and design team to understand the problems our users are asking us to solve, to our clinicians to understand the real world impact of the tradeoffs product design inherently entails.
You’re as happy writing code with headphones on as you are dropping everything to offer on-site technical support to nurses using our product in the hospital.
We’re a close-knit family of product & project managers, designers, user researchers, CS researchers, engineers and clinicians. We’ve all made significant personal commitments to our health work, and are committed to working together for the long term. We aim for psychological safety, dependability, empowerment, diversity & inclusion. Some of us are fresh out of university, others helped design the protocol that served you this very page.