Traditional health care is broken. Galileo is here to fix it. We’re a rapidly growing health startup that combines intuitive design and clinical expertise to deliver affordable, quality care for all.
Galileans, as we like to call ourselves, are dedicated to flipping the traditional health care model into a modern solution for today—and beyond. Our empathetic, mission-driven culture puts our patients first, celebrates creative problem solving, and moves quickly to build great products. Our teams work collaboratively, so there’s plenty of day-to-day interaction. We believe in a hybrid, flexible working environment and have team members across the U.S. and the UK.
ABOUT THE ROLE
Galileo is looking for an Analyst, Workforce Management & Scheduling. In this role, you will use your analytical ability, attention to detail, and problem-solving ability to create processes, launch tools, and automate processes to improve our scheduling across multiple departments. You will work closely with senior stakeholders and be trusted to build foundational systems as we scale the Galileo platform. This role reports to the Senior Manager, Operations.
Here’s what you’ll do:
You love solving the complex puzzle of workforce management and thrive in environments where you are tasked with building and improving the systems and processes that support this work. Seeing your impact on organizations enabling them to work better together, is your bread and butter.
We would love to hear from you if you have the following or equivalent experience:
HOW WE HIRE
Galileo is committed to hiring the best team possible to build health care that works for everyone. We value a diverse set of perspectives to deliver the best possible solutions to those problems. We look for talent from a wide range of backgrounds—including, but not limited to—race, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, religion, disability, and veteran status. Galileo is an Equal Opportunity Employer and provides reasonable accommodations to applicants and employees with a qualifying disability or conflict with a sincerely held religious belief, unless doing so would cause an undue hardship or fail to eliminate a direct threat.