At Smartcare, we build software that is transforming how hearing aid centers all over the world operate and deliver patient care.
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We’re still a fairly young company, just exiting the start-up phase and gearing up for act two.
We don’t look a whole lot like your typical tech company, yet. Our office was built in the 80’s, our eatery consists of a 3.5 cubic foot mini fridge and in order to use the napping room (aka dark closet), you have to bring your own pillow.
We share a conference room with an architect who brings quiche in the early morning and a semi-retired chiropractor who lets us use the water massage bed for longer than your standard 10 minutes.
In short, we’ve chosen to funnel our resources into hiring the right people and developing a phenomenal product. Our days of grandeur will come, we have full confidence in that, but not until it makes financial sense to do so.
Smartcare is in this for the long haul.
Help build a culture. The exciting thing (we think) is that you won’t just be building an app, you’ll also play a role in building this company. Our hope is that you’ll want to help shape the culture of Smartcare by your involvement in choosing future team members, benefits packages, company vacation spots and what to include in a new office build-out.
Your impact will be felt; your opinions will matter and you’ll have the opportunity to help shape this growing company.
Take a vacation. We value our time outside the office. New team members start out with two weeks per year and all major holidays (plus a week for Christmas break).
Equipment. We know everyone has different tastes, so let’s just say we’ll make sure you have the setup you need. A laptop, possibly a monitor (or two), a Herman Miller chair and a place to put it all. No sit-to-stands right now, but it’s a goal we’re all working towards.
Location. St. George, Utah is a bustling little town with unsurpassed red rock vistas and 300+ sunny days per year. People come from all over to take in the outdoor theater, attend our many festivals and events, golf, visit museums, get into the outdoors, get out of the cold and eat really good food.
St. George is consistently ranked among the fastest growing areas in the country, and with that growth has come an ever growing number of small towns and suburbs each with their own unique personalities. Our schools are some of the best in the state; our airport is slated to become international and our housing market is booming.
We’re 90 minutes from Las Vegas, 4 hours from Salt Lake City and 2 hours or less from world class recreation opportunities in places like: The Grand Canyon, Zion and Bryce National Parks, Brianhead Ski Resort, Lake Mead, Lake Powell and over 40 more national and state parks, recreation areas, monuments, and points of interest.
No crazy hours. We encourage a 40 hour work week. There is, of course, the occasional crunch time when a server drops or a bug is running rampant. Generally, we work hard to reach realistic deadlines, and keep moving at a steady pace. We fully believe in having a life outside of work.
As a team. We’ve learned that elite talent wants to work with elite talent. In the end, we all want to be teachers and students. The all-star team we’ve carefully assembled is passionate about increasing patient care. You’ll be spending most of your time with engineering, but the sales crew, marketing dept., and designers have all been hand-picked to sit on the Smartcare bus. Since you’ll be spending a large part of your life in a career, good team members are kind-of a big deal.
We ship. The software you’ll help build is used daily by industry professionals, disrupting this 11 billion-dollar industry we call home. Widex, one of the largest hearing aid manufacturers in the world, is now betting on us. They’ve seen what you’ll see when you visit, a chance to work with a team comprised of doers at every level.
We expect Smartcare to revolutionize not just the hearing world, but healthcare in general. We expect people to work, keep a schedule and be a team player. We also expect people to enjoy their jobs, sharpen their skill-set and communicate clearly if those two things aren't happening.