Diaverum’s software development department is growing and we are now looking for a frontend developer to join us. We build human centric, digital solutions for renal healthcare professionals and patients around the world. We work closely together with our medical team with a common purpose and WHY – to enhance the lives of renal patients. Would you like to be a part of this?
ABOUT THE POSITION
As a software developer at Diaverum you will work in one of our agile development teams and participate in all phases of the development process. You will build web applications that support our nurses, physicians and other clinical staff in their daily work at the clinics. Frontend development, using React.js and TypeScript, will be your primary focus.
Our department currently consists of around 40 team members including developers, testers, designers, DevOps specialists, product managers and team leads. Although Diaverum is a large, global company, you will often get the impression of working at a smaller development company, giving you the best of both worlds. You will be based in our brand new office in Hyllie, Malmö.
WHO ARE YOU?
We are a diverse team and praise our differences, but we do have some common denominators – we value teamwork, communication, self-motivation, a willingness to learn and knowledge sharing. We enjoy working in an international environment. You will be a better match if you share these qualities.
This recruitment is a collaboration with Wise IT. For any questions regarding this position, please contact responsible recruiter, Timmy Konneus, 0766-20 29 45. Selections and interviews are held continuously. Welcome with your application!
Diaverum is a leading global provider of renal care services with a portfolio ranging from preventative care to dialysis and transplantation. In over 450 clinics in 24 countries, we are more than 14,000 people delivering 6 million treatments annually, through our values of competence, passion and inspiration. Our vision is to transform renal care, delivering the highest quality of care for patients while reducing costs, and partnering with local communities to educate them about kidney health and the value of prevention.