Engineers at Homage build things that matter – Homage is redefining in-home caregiving for our parents, grandparents, friends and loved ones. At the heart of Homage are the families and caregivers we work with and the technology we build transforms their lives and care delivery experience. Here, every engineer works on exciting, meaningful projects. We move fast, have fun and help each other out. Mobile is a critical component of both our core operations as well as users’ experience.
We’re looking for product-aware engineers who are thoughtful, responsible and passionate individuals who appreciate user experience. We’re looking for someone who is not only well versed in iOS development, but also has a strong understanding of good UX and is excited to learn about and contribute to the server side. Your work will directly impact the lives of people receiving care, people delivering care, and the families that are normally left in the dark about the entire caring process. We're looking for strong team players, people who can work with a very diverse team (engineers, care operations, sales folks.) We’re proudly backed by a group of top local investors, including Golden Gate Ventures, 500 Startups and SeedPlus.
Homage is a complete home care solution that combines the curation and training of care professionals with smart technology to provide on-demand home caregiving to seniors, allowing them to age at home with comfort, dignity, control and grace. Using a web and mobile technology platform, Homage efficiently matches care recipients with qualified care professionals and schedules caregiving on a flexible basis to provide recipients with home nursing care and assistance with daily activities. Homage works with both private clients and public organizations alike to provide home and community-based healthcare.
We’re looking for engineers with a proven track record of building and shipping mobile applications in Swift with high standards, and a solid user-focus and product sense. You’ll have direct influence in shaping very early stages of a product that has enormous potential to transform a huge, antiquated market.
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