We need a developer with a solid understanding of modern front end technologies and most importantly, the ability to work as part of a team.
Your primary responsibility will be helping maintain our ecosystem of websites. This involves building pages from scratch based on Illustrator or Sketch designs and making modifications to our WordPress and JAMstack (Jekyll-based) sites.
Your HTML5 & CSS3 skills will shine as you show off optimization and code quality when resolving bugs and issues when they come up. You’ll also work at designing and developing better user experiences and measuring the effect on those through A/B tests.
We practice good coding standards, we build for the future, and we don’t believe in cowboy coding or working in a bubble. We’re looking for thinkers … with talent.
Prefer to have:
We love to work as a team but office hours are flexible. Producing is more important than meeting a “9 to 5” schedule. We understand there are moments when you need to isolate yourself to concentrate so working from home is permitted and encouraged. We like to have a good time and minimize stress with good in-office coffee, lounge/reading time and regular happy hours. We work hard and meet realistic deadlines. What good is delivering a poor product early?
OneCare is committed to bringing together individuals from diverse backgrounds and perspectives. We strive to create an inclusive environment where everyone can thrive and be their authentic self, feel a sense of community, and do great work together. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer open to all qualified applicants regardless of race, color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or expression, Veteran status, or any other legally protected status.
OneCare delivers evidence-based, expert written and reviewed media that bridges the gap between information and action. We are building the next generation of health media, defined by:
The information age has also become the mis-information age. When it comes to health, this is dangerous. Patients need expert-written and rigorously reviewed content that they can rely on to be up to date, accurate, and comprehensive.
As patients take personal charge of their health, they need multi-media offerings designed to resonate and provide insight and understanding.
With the advent of digital health and direct-to-consumer brands, content must go beyond simply informing. Patients can now be directly connected to the best, curated options that allow them to take the next step in their health & wellness journey.