About Propeller Health
At Propeller Health, our mission is to empower every person living with a chronic respiratory disease to take control of their health so they can live a better life. As a leader in digital health and therapeutics for asthma and COPD, we work to improve clinical outcomes, healthcare costs, and quality of life by supporting patients in managing their condition with their healthcare provider.
Propeller’s platform includes FDA cleared medical devices, consumer apps and access to clinical data for provider monitoring throughout the care journey, to create value to all stakeholders. We enable a personalized digital experience with a human touch used by patients, caregivers, providers, payers, pharmaceutical companies and other healthcare organizations across the US, Europe and Asia.
Propeller Health is a wholly owned subsidiary of ResMed (NYSE: RMD, ASX: RMD). For more information, visit www.propellerhealth.com .
Why this job is important:
Our everyday lives have been streamlined with digital services, from hailing a cab to paying a bill. However, our medicines have not caught up yet; they’re still stuck in an analog era. Propeller Health is changing that. Our mission is to improve people’s health by connecting the world’s medicines. Our growing team enjoys working together to create and apply technology to solve challenging problems that have enormous social costs.
As a data engineer, you will help internal and external consumers to leverage the data generated by our hardware and software. You will share in the ownership of our data infrastructure, from ingress through transformation and access/integration. You will work cross-functionally with infrastructure, platform services, product, and other teams to enable productionalized ML models, product applications, API resources, automated reporting, and clinical analyses. Data is the primary source of value for patients and our partners, and through the maintenance and augmentation of these pipelines, you will contribute to the improved outcomes for patients and Propeller’s commercial success.
Consider Joining Us If You Are
Eager to work at a fast-paced, agile company on a self-governed, highly collaborative cross-functional team
Naturally curious, and believe in lifelong personal growth
Not afraid to experiment and fail. Failure is an opportunity to learn, and is embraced as a core tenet at Propeller.
A believer that technology can help solve hard problems and change the world
Aware that technology, by itself, does not delight customers; the sweet spot is when we combine technology with practical solutions, surprises, utility, and social interaction
A good listener who respects their colleagues, but who isn’t afraid to assert themselves
An owner. You pick work up off the floor, guide collaboration, challenge assumptions, and solve hard problems
What We’re Looking For
1-2 years of experience working as a member of an engineering team
1-2 years experience in data engineering or related role, or equivalent academic experience
Degree in Mathematics, Economics, Statistics, Biology, Computer Science, or other relevant field
Expertise in Python & PySpark
Expertise in developing scalable ETLs and data processes
Proficiency in AWS Glue, Amazon Redshift, S3 (or equivalents)
Proficiency in Terraform and/or deploying infrastructure from code
Proficiency with AWS Lambda, SQS, Kinesis Firehose (or equivalents i.e Kafka/streaming data)
Experience working with structured and semi-structured data architectures
A track record of success working with data professionals
A track record of success transforming data to support various consumers
Adept at communicating both verbally and in writing
Highly meticulous and organized
Familiarity in SQL
Familiarity with range of AWS resources
Familiarity with shell scripts
Familiarity with Tableau/BI tooling
Proficiency in data architecture
Masters in a CS, Analytics, or other relevant field is a plus
What You Will Do
Support new internal and external use cases for our data infrastructure and contribute to determination of the best data resources for a given purpose
Contribute to maintenance and augmentation of the ETL
Translate business priorities and data team needs into engineering initiatives and execute in coordination with the rest of data engineering
Work closely with others on the data engineering team to design and implement efficient and comprehensive pipelines
Contribute to the scalability of both data infrastructure and team processes, standards, and workflow
Support QA to ensure a high standard of quality at all levels of the analytics pipeline, ranging from operational efficiency of the ETL to the accuracy of data reporting
What’s In It For You
Chart your own course for personal and professional growth with many opportunities to bring new ideas, create new capabilities, and stretch beyond your comfort zone.
Join a talented and collaborative team committed to finding creative solutions that scale. Everything we do starts and ends with how we can help a patient become healthier.
Work with a creative and diverse team of professionals. Solving respiratory disease requires a wide array of disciplines to work together. For example, we have epidemiologists, physicians/clinicians on staff combined with engineers, statisticians and data scientists to build the best respiratory solution possible.
Connecting as a team is important to us. Post-COVID, we look forward to the many opportunities to get together that we have enjoyed in previous years, such as summer cookouts for lunch, after work events like board games and hobby nights, and company-wide gatherings for team building! You can opt in where it makes sense for you.
We care about balancing work with the rest of life. We encourage and support our team members to disconnect when they’re not at work.
Excited about the position but not sure if you meet the requirements? Apply anyway.
Candidates who identify as members of historically underrepresented groups in technology and healthcare are highly encouraged to apply. An inclusive and equitable culture is at the heart of our organization. Growing a diverse team is key to understanding our patients better and accomplishing our mission: to make life better for every person and community affected by chronic respiratory disease.
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are dedicated to building an equitable organization and growing a team with a wide range of backgrounds and experiences, each helping us understand our patients better. To do this, we strive to maximize access to every opportunity and cultivate a diverse set of candidates. We aim to provide every member of our team with support, mentorship, and growth opportunities. We don’t discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, ability status, or any other differences. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. All are welcome here.