At One Medical we are passionate about revolutionizing the healthcare industry by offering a new approach to primary care. This isn’t your average doctor’s office – we combine people-centered design, technology, and a team of talented providers to give our members an amazing experience.
One Medical is the fastest-growing primary care system in the country with over 70 locations in major cities nationwide. You’ll find us in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Phoenix, Seattle, the San Francisco Bay Area, Washington, DC and most recently, San Diego.
As a Data Scientist on One Medical’s core Analytics & Data Science team, you’ll work on data science projects with departments across the business, build foundational tools and libraries for other analysts and data scientists, and develop algorithms to help automate key operational workflows. You’ll have the opportunity to work with rich, interesting, accessible data in a modern data infrastructure -- and to see your work directly impact patients and providers. And you’ll join a collaborative, supportive data science team with a culture of learning.
You'll become a healthcare and healthcare data expert. You'll learn the business context of your projects well: their financial or strategic importance, how the key business processes work, and what important decisions are currently being made. You will develop your own perspective on these decisions, incorporating business knowledge and technical judgment.
You'll build strong relationships with business stakeholders. Because of your work, skills and interactions, business stakeholders will trust you to deliver useful, rigorous, timely analyses along with explanations they can understand.
You'll be a partner to technical collaborators, such as data engineers. Within the Analytics & Data Science team, you'll consult other team members when appropriate, while also providing technical leadership in your own areas of expertise.
What you'll likely work on:
- Helping One Medical deliver care at scale by thoughtfully optimizing and automating operations processes like clinician panel management and scheduling.
- Enabling business stakeholders to better understand the data relevant to their work, make data-informed decisions, and more rigorously measure the impact of their work.
- Making meaningful contributions to the data science stack by creating useful data or tools for other technical team members.
You’ll be set up for success if you have:
- PhD in quantitative discipline (e.g. Stats, Applied Math, Operations Research, Physics, Quantitative Economics). Operations research preferred.
- Coursework or experience in Statistics and Machine Learning
- Familiarity with operations research problems and techniques (e.g. scheduling and routing problems, optimization techniques)
- Technical tools such as Python, R, SQL
- The ability to learn quickly when facing new situations, experiment to find new solutions, and take on the challenge of unfamiliar tasks. You'll need to extract lessons learned from failures and mistakes. And you'll learn through experimentation when tackling new problems, using both successes and failures as learning fodder
- Experience making sound decisions, even in the absence of complete information; relying on a mixture of analysis, wisdom, experience, and judgment when making decisions. You considers all relevant factors and uses appropriate decision-making criteria and principles. You recognize when a quick 80% solution will suffice. And you make good, timely decisions that keep the organization moving forward
- The ability to ask the right questions to accurately analyze situations. You acquire data from multiple and diverse sources when solving problems. And you uncover root causes to difficult problems; evaluating pros and cons, risks and benefits of different solution options. You make sense of complex, high-quantity, and sometimes contradictory information to solve problems
- Knowledge of how businesses work and how organizations make money. You use knowledge of business drivers and how strategies and tactics play out in the market to guide actions.
- The ability to gain insight into customer needs; identifying opportunities that benefit the customer.
Benefits designed to aid your health and wellness:
Taking care of you today
- Paid sabbatical after 5 and 10 years
- Employee Assistance Program - Free confidential advice for team members who need help with stress, anxiety, financial planning, and legal issues
- Competitive Medical, Dental and Vision plans
- Free One Medical memberships for yourself, your friends and family
- Pre-Tax commuter benefits
- PTO cash outs - Option to cash out up to 40 accrued hours per year
Protecting your future for you and your family
- 401K match
- Credit towards emergency childcare
- Company paid maternity and paternity leave
- Paid Life Insurance - One Medical pays 100% of the cost of Basic Life Insurance
- Disability insurance - One Medical pays 100% of the cost of Short Term and Long Term Disability Insurance
This is a full-time role based in San Francisco, CA.
One Medical is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all applicants from every background and life experience.