Join our Engineering team as a Frontend Development Intern and contribute to the development of our health-tech platform that smartly connects the millions of patients who have exhausted their treatment options with the thousands of drugs that are currently in development.
You will be involved in development of various essential web/mobile apps that help us provide essential functionalities in the healthcare industry.
Do you like Angular, HTML, CSS/SCSS, frontend technologies?
Do you want to use your skills to help the community?
Do you like to innovate, learn and challenge yourself to keep on improving?
At myTomorrows, you will work together with the team to enhance and maintain various essential products that helps us cater to healthcare industry.
What you’ll learn and work on:
Who we are
myTomorrows is an Amsterdam-based health-tech company specialized in pre-approval access. We help patients with an unmet medical need discover, find and access treatments in development. We are determined to solve the extremely complex puzzle of equitably connecting as many patients as possible with innovations in medicine.
Over the last seven years myTomorrows has helped more than 5,000 patients around the world and has partnered with over 30 pharma and biotech companies to facilitate access to treatment. With offices in Amsterdam and New York City, our team is as diverse as our patient base and we’re excited to continue offering a product and service that makes a difference globally. At myTomorrows wherever you are, whichever role you play, you’re guaranteed to share your day with committed, inspired, and resourceful teammates.
myTomorrows is an Equal Opportunity Employer and, beyond upholding discrimination-free practices, we are committed to cultivating a workplace where difference and diversity are protected and celebrated.
The best work comes from our best selves and we go to great lengths in supporting our team members to be just that.
myTomorrows is an independent, globally operating organization based in the Netherlands. We provide patients with unmet medical needs, and their doctors, information about treatment options worldwide and facilitate access to medicines in development.