We are Nedap. A high-tech company that creates high-quality, innovative hardware and software products. We are passionate about technology and how it can help people to be happier and more successful in their professional lives. The technology we create is what we call: Technology for Life. It is our purpose and it drives us in everything we do.
The healthcare market is constantly changing. Both for the healthcare professional as for the client, patient and their environment. We are there for them. We believe that people together make care better. We develop technology that helps people to be the best they can be. From care administration, support with a daily rhythm, the development of a healthy lifestyle to the safe provision of medical information and control of health.
Supporting care professionals is Nedap healthcare’s main mission. One of the aspects in this is our focus on medication safety. With the products we create, nurses can be assured that they are administering the right medication and are following the correct procedures.
The Ons Medicatie product team is looking for an experienced Rails developer to help us implement new features, but also to keep an eye on the performance, quality and reliability of our codebase to match its growth.
We are a small and multidisciplinary team with a remote-first communication style. We try to limit the amount of meetings and prefer written communication. Our HQ is in Groenlo, The Netherlands, but you can work from any place you want, as long as there is a reasonable overlap with the CET/CEST timezone.
With varying experience levels in the teams, there is also the opportunity to do technical coaching and teaching, if that’s something you are interested in.
We apply a user-centered development process and keep refining our products to make sure our customers stay happy and satisfied.
Required experience and skills
- At least three years experience with Rails development.
- Good communication and writing skills.
- Self-motivated and able to work independently at your own pace.
- Being able to read Dutch is not required, but is considered a plus.