Software Engineer


ImVitro is looking for a mission-driven software engineer to join the Paris-based company to tackle a problem that concerns around 15% of couples worldwide: infertility. The ideal candidate is a software engineer who possesses strong Python skills & AWS knowledge and  has worked for at least  2 years in an agile and fast-paced startup environment. 

Today, one of the main medical solutions to infertility is in vitro fertilization (IVF). And yet, its success rates only come close to 20-30% in Europe, which means patients have to repeat this difficult journey all too often, or give it up altogether. At ImVitro, we aim at automating the embryo evaluation which is at the heart of IVF to save doctor’s time, minimize variability and increase accuracy to make IVF more transparent, robust and reproducible. Our vision is to create an easier path to parenthood to ensure families can take their planning into their own hands.

ImVitro is an early stage Deep Tech start-up backed by US & European VC funds. It has created strong partnerships with fertility centers in different countries. The company has been backed by several accelerator programs  (Entrepreneur First, DeepTech4Good, Wilco, Agoranov) and was selected as one of Station F’s Future 40 2019 start-ups. 

Role and responsibilities

ImVitro is now looking for a software engineer who will be in charge of  architecting, implementing and deploying Im-Vitro’s SaaS platform in collaboration with the other two existing software engineers. This is a unique opportunity to be directly exposed to a fast-paced, demanding and exciting entrepreneurial ecosystem. The candidate will have the opportunity to develop their experience employing high-quality product and software engineering practices. The candidate will be:

  • Working closely with the engineering teams to define and implement the target architecture.
  • Responsible for establishing and automating CI/CD pipelines.
  • Deploy and maintain the SaaS platform on AWS cloud solutions.
  • Ensure technical documentation is completed and maintained where necessary


Above all, the person needs to be excited about the mission of the company, and needs to be driven, curious and resilient. Candidates should have the “must” skills listed below; the “nice”are a plus.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in a technology related field
  • Good written and oral communication skills in english
  • Demonstrable experience of developing scalable software from concept to distribution.
  • Strong knowledge and experience in cloud infrastructures ( preferably AWS) and serverless architecture
  • 2+ years of Python and REST API experience
  • 2+  years industry experience with Linux, VM machines, DevOps
  • 1+ years industry experience with SQL, NoSQL databases
  • 1+ years  industry experience in dockerization and application deployment using Kubernetes


  • Working knowledge of message queuing, stream processing, and highly scalable data stores.
  • Experience in data version control (DVC)
  • Awareness of cryptography algorithms and cybersecurity trends.


  • Methodology: Agile (Scrum) with 2 weeks sprint
  • Project management: Notion, Slack
  • Languages: Python, Javascript
  • Infrastructure: AWS – Serverless
  • CI/CD: Gitlab, Cloudformation, AWS SAM, Docker, Kubernetes


Compensation & Perks

The employee will 

  • Receive a competitive salary and employee stock options plan (ESOP)
  • Have access to central offices in a Paris-based incubator and network with other healthtech start-ups
  • Be able to work from the office and from home on a regular basis. Full-remote positions are possible if candidate is based in London.
  • Be able to participate in regular company events (e.g. team lunches, drinks)
  • Have the opportunity to make an impact on patients and society at large

Recruitment process

  • Send CV or Linkedin profile to
  • 20 min introductory video call with Hedaia
  • 45 min technical interview with Hedaia & engineering team members
  • 15 min discussion with CEO
  • 2-3 reference calls between CEO and the candidate’s former managers

ImVitro is committed to building a diverse team and to equal employment opportunity, regardless of (including but not limited to) race, gender, religion or belief, ethnic or national origin, disability, age, citizenship, marital, domestic or civil partnership, sexual orientation, gender identity. The company has been founded by women, is currently composed of both male and female members of different nationalities and is intent on strengthening this diversity as it grows. Therefore, we strongly encourage all applications, including those of women and any underrepresented minorities.