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Want to build an awesome healthcare company?
July 23,2015

We are building a consumer facing solution that is focused on improving patient health through better disease management. It’s the kind of product that will change people’s lives – literally. It’s the kind of service that has the potential to revolutionize healthcare. It’s the kind of problem we feel privileged to solve.

We are looking for the right kind of people to work with us – who don’t want to play it safe. Who want to intersect passion with their future. We are here to make a difference, and build an amazing company along the way.

We are on the lookout for:

Summer Associate – Healthcare

You would be working closely with our clinical team, to validate and build the foundation stones of our product; we are a healthcare company first. If you are passionate about a patient centric approach to managing health, and come with a healthcare/pharmaceutical background - then we guarantee a fit with this role.

Summer Associate – All things business

If you’re bored of your current consulting or investment banking gig, and are wondering how you won’t pull out all of your hair before you make partner – then read on. You would be working closely with the founding team on actually building out the bones of this business – and get to see it implemented. Jackets need to be checked in at the door – this is where all the action happens!

At the moment, both roles are based in Mumbai and are for a period of 3-6 months. But as long as there’s a long term fit on both sides, there will be an opportunity to convert this into a full time role.

If you are interested, drop us a line at abhishek@lightbox.vc - and let's chat!


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