Making oral care simpler and more accessible
As everyone knows, dental health is essential to overall health. Unfortunately, dental insurance is too complicated, too confusing, and too expensive for dentists and patients. As a result, 40% of American consumers do not have dental coverage, 50% of American consumers do not visit a dentist every year, and dentists struggle to grow their businesses by running complicated insurance plans with fees. low reimbursement limits, and low claim denials. .
Our mission is to make professional oral care accessible to everyone while improving dental care. practice performance.
Kleer is doing something about it. Kleer directly connects dentists with patients and employers, eliminating inefficiency, costs and hassle of intermediaries. Using the Kleer cloud-based platform, dentists easily design, implement and manage their own dental plans, delivering them directly to patients and employers. The result is affordable, comprehensive dental coverage that is suitable for dental offices and allows patients to get the professional oral care they need.
The marketing opportunity is huge – there are 150,000 dentists in the United States and over 43 million Americans are uninsured but go to the dentist regularly. Kleer was launched in January 2018 and has seen explosive growth. As a result, Kleer is looking for a passionate, entrepreneurial, innovative, creative, empathetic and unafraid to take initiative back-end software engineer who is motivated by both the challenge of starting a business and growing a product that makes dental care more affordable. and accessible.
As a Kleer Back End Software Engineer, you will be responsible for creating a critical infrastructure that manages massive data resources for our customers. This position will report directly to the CTO and requires close collaboration with the product team (i.e. product manager and engineers).
The back-end software engineer will help design, build, secure and maintain various data pipelines, warehouses and web services used by all branches of the business. This includes (but is not limited to):
Contribute to an agile team of data scientists, developers, DevOps and product managers
Collaborate with data scientists and engineers to help design and build web services that efficiently deliver advanced analytics and data resources
Take proof of concept algorithms and analytical designs and generate robust, efficient, modular, well-documented and well-tested code
Build advanced data lakes, pipelines, warehouses and web services that meet the needs of our customers
Become an expert in data engineering
Integrate massive data repositories both external and internal
Manage the entire data infrastructure, in collaboration with other engineers
Research new technologies to make our data infrastructure and web services secure, fast and reliable
Communicate effectively and collaborate frequently with your peers.
The Kleer Advantage
If you are asking yourself “What are the benefits of working at Kleer?” ” Do not worry. We have what you need.
Kleer is a Best Places to Work recipient – because we understand the meaning of work hard, play hard!
You will have some skin in the game with pay equity
We support and celebrate our core values: passion, entrepreneurship, authenticity, empathy, excellence and optimism
There is transparent communication from top to bottom
You will have a collaborative, intelligent and forward-thinking team with which to share ideas
You will have a direct and significant impact as we evolve
There are fun, quarterly off-site team building events
We have a casual dress code and a hybrid work schedule
And we’ve got you covered on all the most important benefits: health, 401k match, wellness, disability, free time – and more!
Do these things sound like you? Yes? Well, you are on your way to becoming a successful engineer at Kleer!
You have at least 3 years of experience in DevOps, software development and / or data engineering
You have a successful track record of building highly secure and reliable ELT pipelines, data warehouses, and large-scale RESTful services
Extensive experience using AWS services for data storage, processing and delivery (e.g. RDS, Lambda, Redshift, Athena, S3, Glue, API Gateway, etc.)
Extensive experience with container technologies and orchestration (e.g. Docker, Kubernetes, ECS, EKS)
Any experience in statistics, machine learning or Python frameworks is a BONUS (e.g. Pandas, Numpy, Sklearn, PyTorch)
You have a bachelor’s degree in anything. We really mean it! Business, history, cooking (in fact, it could be incredibly useful)â¦ anything. In the end, passion, courage and intelligence are more important than the diploma
We’re an entrepreneurial, creative, and passionate bunch – and if these things sound like you, you won’t just fit in. You will prosper with us.
You like fast-paced and innovative environments
You are curious and like to solve difficult problems
You’re not afraid to roll up your sleeves and take on challenges that might be outside your wheelhouse
You reason from first principles rather than by analogy.
You are not afraid to ask questions. There are no big questions. You just have to ask!
Our commitment to you
Be yourself. Always.
At Kleer, we are committed to creating an inclusive and diverse culture that welcomes, promotes, supports and celebrates the diverse backgrounds of our employees. This is what drives innovation, stimulates creativity and ultimately gives us a competitive advantage. We want you to be you – because how boring would life be if we were all the same?
Kleer provides Equal Employment Opportunities (EEO) to all employees and job applicants regardless of race, color, religion, gender, gender, national origin, age, veteran status , military status, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law. In addition to the requirements of federal law, Kleer complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in each location where the company operates. This policy applies to all conditions of employment, including recruitment, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, time off, compensation and training .
These physical demands are representative of the physical demands necessary for an employee to successfully perform essential job functions. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable persons with disabilities to perform the essential functions described in the job. While carrying out the responsibilities of the job, the employee is required to speak and hear. The employee is often forced to sit down and use his hands and fingers to manipulate or touch. The employee may be required to stand, walk, reach with arms and hands, climb or balance, and bend, kneel, squat or crawl. The vision skills required for this job include close-up vision, including extensive computer use.