Flatiron Health- Raising The Bar With Each Hire
Feb. 13th 2018
Flatiron Health knows the importance of a healthy company culture, and more importantly that the quality of their people makes what they do possible (cure cancer!). Flatiron partners with over 265 community cancer clinics, five major academic research centers and 13 out of the top 14 therapeutic oncology companies. Flatiron is backed by Google Ventures, First Round Capital, Roche and others. Needless to say, they try to raise the bar with each new hire - whether they are an oncologists or a technicians.
If you're a passionate, collaborative problem-solver and are looking for a new challenge, take a look at their job openings below, and make sure to follow Flatiron Health on PowerToFly to be the first to know of any and all exciting new opportunities.
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