Being a Dox’er means being part of an incredibly talented and humble team. We work on amazing products that over 60% of US physicians use to make their busy lives a little easier.
Sure, we could spend our days toiling over apps for ephemeral photo sharing, or for collecting Pokémon, but here at Doximity we absolutely love creating technology that has a real, meaningful impact on people’s lives. We think you will, too.
Doximity was founded in 2011 by the pioneers of “mobile health” apps. Product development is in our DNA, and software engineering is the lifeblood of our company.
We build products for healthcare professionals who, in our opinion, have the most important job on the planet. We don’t build products for investors, or for marketing people, or even for sales teams.
We believe in creating tools that help our users do their jobs better, and if we get that right, everything else will fall into place. In fact, it already has.
Doximity is laser-focused on goals, and every Dox’er has a critical role in how we meet and exceed those goals. We feel strongly that everyone knows precisely how their work helps the company reach its targets. Instead of working on something because “my boss needs it done by Friday,” Dox’ers know how their individual contributions, no matter how large or small, fit into the master plan.
Our goals are measurable, and we build analytics into everything we do. Visualizing data is our second nature. Okay, maybe it’s our first nature. The fact is, we love data and use it to drive Doximity towards our primary objectives.
Dox’ers work with confidence in Doximity because we’re committed to a culture of transparency and candor. It’s pretty simple, really; well-informed workers make smarter decisions. We don’t build ivory towers and force employees to navigate blind alleys.
All Dox’ers are part of the inner circle and participate in weekly all-hands updates in which the entire team is informed about everything Doximity.
We talk about human resources, finance and sales, marketing, product development, and all our key performance metrics. We include charts. We answer questions. And we do this all in less than thirty minutes each week.
In addition to the weekly updates, all Dox’ers are granted access to real-time performance dashboards that can be viewed anytime for updates on how we’re tracking toward our goals.
Working at Doximity blends youthful exuberance with mature business acumen. We’ve been around the block more than once and know the importance of having a life outside of the office. We’re entrepreneurs and technologists solving serious problems in healthcare communication.
But, we’re also just kids at heart. Hard work doesn’t have to feel like a sweatshop, so we work balanced hours and have a ton of fun along the way. Happy cheese comes from happy cows.
Successful Dox’ers share common traits that go well beyond the merits listed on our resumes. We are honest and accountable. We are mentors who remain infinitely teachable. We are self-directed but team players, too.
One of the greatest rewards of being a Dox’er is knowing that you aren’t just another cog in the machine. Your peers will rely on you as much as you lean upon them. You will have a voice that can influence your team, or maybe the entire company. You also have the ability to carve your career path and create your own destiny as a Dox’er.
At Doximity, blending fun with work has become a higher art form. We don’t resort to typical office antics like Nerf guns and remote indoor helicopters (okay, there is some of that going on). We believe in healthy competition and find creative ways to turn almost everything into a contest. It’s not uncommon to find work teams challenging each other for an opportunity to bask in the winner’s circle at the end of the quarter.
Daily and weekly team stats are posted company-wide because we’ve learned that leaderboards have a magical way of pushing teams to innovate. At the end of the quarter, achievements are celebrated and champions are crowned. Most importantly, though, contests yield critical insights that we inject into our business, upon which we perpetually iterate.
Not to be outdone by the perks, the people, and the great work happening day in and day out is where it all takes place. Our San Francisco HQ sits in the city’s bustling SoMa neighborhood. Great restaurants and nightlife, easy-access public transportation, sports venues, parks, and the Bay itself are all nearby.
But we think you’ll be more excited about what’s going on inside the building. Dox’ers are a free-range herd; you won’t find any offices or cubicles here. The wide-open office has plenty of room to kick your feet back and get your work done. We’ve got state of the art amenities, lots of food options, and when you’re ready for a break or a new point of view, we even have our own rooftop bar and deck.
Tell us when another Dox’er really stepped up their game and we’ll send them an anonymous spot bonus on the house. Nothing says "I love you" like a little cash money.
20% of our developer days are telecommuting nirvana. We think getting over the coding hump is easiest with less distractions and more jammies. Trust us on this one.
Every three months we get the entire team outta Dodge to celebrate our recent victories and start planning our next milestones. Pack for adventure and bring your laptop.
Catered lunches, healthy snacks, hipster coffee. Serving Dox’ers since 2010, because nobody wants to hear your stomach growl.
Our rooftop lounge for Dox’ers only. Experience the San Francisco skyline with libations and relaxations. And free wi-fi.
We work in open spaces. Cubicles are like cages so you won’t find any here. We stand. We sit. We walk. We have hammocks and couches, bean bags and balls. Yeah, we just said that.
"Having the opportunity to work with such smart people in a healthy and positive work environment is what makes me love my job and being part of the Doximity team."- Morgan Lagier, UX
"The best part about working at Doximity is having the support you need to get things done along with the freedom to be creative and come up with something new. "- Aaron Moncivaiz, Content
"The people keep me motivated, and the fact that everyone can contribute to shaping the product makes it collaborative and fun."- Mitch Spierer, Product
"Doximity is a rare company that respects you and your work, keeps you challenged, and lets you have a great time working. It doesn't hurt to know your contributions are immediately seen and used by thousands of people."- Jason Seifer, Engineering
"My favorite thing about working at Doximity is how willing people are to invest in my personal growth. I can directly attribute a lot of what I have learned and achieved during my time to people taking me under their wing and guiding me towards becoming the best I can be."- Mujtaba Badat, Engineering