A Culture Of Service
Better technologies for better lives
As modern technology continues to improve the lives of billions, it is the discovery of these innovations and those responsible for their development that are changing the world. We couldn’t be more proud to be at the forefront of these efforts with an ever growing team of experts.
We Are Open
When everyone counts, ideas are judged on their merits not their origins.
As a company, we strive to always keep an open mind and believe that active listening to others is a critical skill. We are not a flat organization. There is a hierarchy and a structure of responsibility but everyone deserves to be heard regardless of their position in that hierarchy or identity. We also actively value disagreements and being listened to does not mean everyone will agree with you.
Everyone counts also means that your responsibilities to others outside the company are equally important regardless of your job title. Flex time, sick leave and family obligations are not perks that are earned with promotions, they form a core part of how we all work together.
We Are Here To Help
Reveal is first and foremost a culture of service.
We are here spending our time, energy and talents helping others. We build things to help surgeons and oncologists do a better job. We are here to help improve the lives of patients through better procedure outcomes and improved safety. We are here to help our partner organizations live up to their missions. We are here to help each other do the best job possible.
Go where you are most needed and do something awesome for somebody else. All these little acts of service together will lead to us making a major impact in the world.
We Do What’s Right
Why did you think this was the right thing to do? The only unforgivable answer to this question is “I don’t know”.
As a small company, we all wear many hats and are asked to contribute in many efforts beyond our job title. We do not have the time or inclination to be monitoring the execution of every task, to be double-checking every decision taken by everyone on the team.
If you are here, it is because we believe you have something critically important to bring to the table and are better than everybody else at something we need you to do. We trust you to do what is right. Feel free to ask for help, advice or for anything else you need to move forward but when push comes to shove you will do what you think is right. We may not agree with you, but if we don’t, the first question to be asked is:
We Learn From Our Mistakes
Make mistakes, find mistakes and most importantly share them, talk about them and figure out what comes next.
Shit happens. What we are trying to do here is very, very, hard and most days we are aiming for progress, precision but not perfection. Remember, for the most part, done is better than perfect, and nothing will slow you down more than fear of getting something wrong. You are here to make mistakes. That is OK.
What is not OK is just accepting our mistakes and letting them go. Our mistakes are incredibly valuable, as they point the way forward. We must not lose these lessons.
We Are Excited About What We Do
Nothing about what you do here will be easy. We are building something very complicated that has never existed before. It will be demanding and frustrating, stressful and infuriating. The one thing it will not be is boring. If you find yourself dreading the next day of work because you can’t face the monotony or just don’t care, something has gone very wrong. We choose to do this work because it excites us. We embrace the challenge and relish the opportunity to do something new, something important, something that will change lives. If that doesn’t get you up in the morning then you might need to find somewhere else to spend your day.
Reveal is continuously committed to creating an equal opportunity workplace. Applicants will receive the same opportunities for employment regardless of race, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, or veteran status.
What we're looking for:
Reporting to the Software Engineering Manager, you will be one of the key members on the software team and will be involved in the entire software development cycle. You will build and leverage an array of features and tools, and drive the bar higher for quality of user experience. Through this work, you will have the opportunity to be a pioneer in our medical software and ensure we meet the highest standards. If you are motivated and passionate about software development, this is a chance to be part of a self-managed and growing team that will have a direct impact on cancer treatment.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Engineering or equivalent
- Fluent in English
- Clear understanding of SOLID principles
- Experience using software patterns
- Autonomy, curiosity, and team spirit
Reveal Surgical is a medical device company that seeks to commercialize our exclusive Raman spectroscopy system for real-time detection of tissue abnormalities through the development, manufacture, and sales of products for a range of clinical settings. We are dedicated to bringing to physicians the next generation of real-time diagnostic tools to optimize surgical interventions. We integrate cutting edge optical probes with sophisticated machine learning tools to empower doctors to make critical decisions with unprecedented sensitivity, specificity, and accuracy.
- Participate in the entire software development cycle using IEC 62304
- Design and implement C# modules and algorithms
- Design and implement front-end user interface using WPF, MVVM
- Implement and execute software verification and validation tests
- Generate documentation consistent with medical device development using ISO 13485 and IEC 62304
- Participate in the code and design reviews
- Collaborate as a key member of an AGILE team
What We Offer
- Dynamic, competent, and friendly team
- Flexible hours and work from home possibilities
- Collective Insurances
- Opportunity for professional growth