Degree in Computer Engineering
Aartificial intelligence, Agile methodologies, DevOps, Effective communication skills, Java Programming, Machine learning techniques, Product Management, SaaS, SDLC, Software Development
Kyla helps you live longer. First, Kyla collects your medical history, blood sample, and DNA. Then, Kyla AI analyzes your medical data to identify your top health risks, estimate your remaining lifetime, and give you simple, doctor-validated daily goals to increase your life expectancy. Finally, Kyla monitors your progress 24×7, diagnoses, and treats your conditions with the help of doctors.
Join our Kyla.com team of medical providers, product leaders, engineers, and AI scientists to grant people the power to understand their health from a new perspective in order to improve their life expectancy. Our ActionUrgentCare.com medical infrastructure consists of 14 Medical Clinics and a High Complexity Laboratory in California, USA, and has been in business for 10+ years. We’re working with Fortune 500 companies, schools, and individuals by the thousands and are rapidly growing.
Kyla is looking for an experienced Engineering leader to take Kyla experience to the next level. Your focus is to be a strong people leader managing the development team, partnering with business stakeholders to understand business problems, develop and deliver the right technology solutions while maintaining existing technologies for B2C and B2B customers. You will also be responsible for implementing engineering best practices and in evaluating newer technologies that will help us deliver a world-class experience for our customers. Your experience and proven record of delivering AI, ML, and APIaaS will be necessary to be successful in this dynamic, high-impact position.
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Kyla is an app that extends your life by providing free, cutting-edge healthcare. Using daily, personal, and incentivized interactions, Kyla builds a complete picture of your current health and engages you to take small steps that have a big impact.