Butterfly Network is reinventing medical imaging and championing a new era of healthcare by creating the first ever pocket-sized, whole-body ultrasound device - the Butterfly iQ. This breakthrough technology has reduced the cost of the traditional ultrasound system by miniaturizing it onto a single semiconductor silicon chip. Our mission is to democratize healthcare by making medical imaging accessible to everyone around the world.
Since inception, Butterfly has raised over $375 million. The iQ is FDA-cleared and is being sold in hospitals and clinics around the globe.
Joining Butterfly Network is the opportunity to redesign the future of healthcare through the power of technology. Embark on a journey with us to maximize global impact, motivated by the idea that our products will change the lives of millions along with the people you love.
Please apply at: https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/4Catalyzer/743999700976219-...
Butterfly is really cool. It's what it says on the tin: a handheld ultrasound probe, like you'd use in a hospital, that connects to a mobile device.
As a security role, this has all the things! There's an embedded device, there's SAAS-type application stuff on the backend, and a cloud environment it runs in. There's obvious real stakes to security here (it's medical imaging). There's a clueful engineering team getting a lot of important stuff done, and a company culture that cares about security being handled well. Plus you get to work with us!
We've spent a substantial amount of time with Butterfly getting their applications and cloud environments locked down, so this role is dropping into an already-functioning cloud security practice. But it's still an early, leadership-y engineering role with a lot of opportunity for design, implementation, and process input.
We're intimately involved in the hiring process here as well, and, I don't know what else to say about that other than that I like how we do hiring and tech qualification, and thus how Butterfly does it. :)