Every day at Figure 1, our team feels connected to the healthcare professionals who use the platform to help save lives. Knowing we’re making a difference creates an exciting and inspiring work environment for us. Our team is now growing, and we’re looking to add more people who share our vision.
As we speak to potential new team members, many of them ask what it’s like to work at Figure 1. We thought we’d share some of our experiences in this post – in words and in pictures.
So, what’s it like to work at Figure 1?
We asked a few people on the team to put it into their own words.
“Working at Figure 1 is the best job I’ve ever had, and I’ve worked at tech companies like Facebook and Microsoft. Everyone is always open to your ideas regardless of what department or role you’re in. Also, most importantly, every day when I come into work I know I’m working on something that is making a real and significant difference for thousands of healthcare professionals and their patients around the world.“ – Philip La, Manager, User Growth
“Working at Figure 1 is an incredible experience and undoubtedly a once in a lifetime opportunity. The strength of the team, community, and product is inspiring and has fueled my own growth as an engineer. It feels good to know that we can build something that positively affects so many lives.” – Keith Hassen, Director of Technology
“Figure 1 is a workplace where all ideas are welcome. Creativity and ingenuity are built into the fabric of the company, which makes coming to work a real joy…so do our running and yoga clubs!“ – Kelly Aizicowitz, Director, Partnerships and Communications
“Figure 1’s team is a close-knit, collaborative group, passionate about their work and the success of the company. It’s exciting and fulfilling to be part of a growing and innovative company, where new ideas and creativity are welcomed, and personal growth is encouraged.” – Joanna Moshman, Business Development Associate
We thought we’d share some photos of our team too. These ones are from our Instagram account (@Figure1).
To connect with healthcare professionals around the world who are viewing, discussing, and sharing medical cases, join Figure 1.