, if we hire. You can email us at email@example.com with the subject line as: “Referring a friend for a tech position” and please attach the CV, if possible. Also, please don’t forget to mention your own details like name, phone number etc.
Where is MedPay® located?
We all work 100% remotely from home.
Are you okay with remote employment?
Yes only in the IST and closer timezone at this time due to timezone convenience & complexity. We have been a remote product team from day 1.
Have you raised any money?
Yes - We are a seed funded company and we have raised from firms like
Are you open to bringing on interns for any of your roles?
Our plates are full right now on engineering side.
What’s the interview process like?
For both design and dev roles,we’ll likely do a quick 30-minute phone call just to make sure we’re on the same page.
After that we jump on the assignment. You can let us know when you want to start the assignment, Turnaround time is 3/4 days.
We’ll review the assignment, and if satisfactory, we schedule a call to discuss the assignment and relevant technical topics on a 1-2 hour long call.
30 mins call with Founders.
What’s the technical stack that you’re working on?
We primarily write code in Python for backend servers and ReactJS for our web app. We use both AWS and Google Cloud and our architecture is scalable. We manage our code in GitHub and deploy using GitHub workflows.
What is work/life balance like at your company?
We usually don’t like to bind to working hours. Our ideology is that if one loves his/her work, then we don’t need to bind them with working hours. But, as a result of being an early stage startup, we wouldn’t want to hide this reality to prospective candidates: raw hours actually make a big difference in the impact we can make right now. This won’t always be the case but it is at present. So, often we find ourselves working late in the evening; on rare occasions a weekend, but it’s mostly driven by personal ambition. We don’t have any expectations of anyone to do so.
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