Do you want to help improve 1 billion lives
through digital health?

Curve’s Purpose

Curve's mission is to create technology that improves the lives of 1 billion people in mental, emotional and physical pain.

Yes you’ve heard it before, and you’ll hear it again and again and again.

It’s not a wish, it’s not a pie in the sky dream. We have the ability and sense of responsibility to achieve it. We track it and when you look at our growth - we are going to make it.

But we need your help.

Impacting the lives of 1 billion people - it’s why we show up and bring our A game every day.

1 000 000 000

LIVES TO IMPROVE

The Benefits of Joining Curve

Meaningful Work - Fulfil your purpose

Curve is a ‘Purpose Driven Social Enterprise’. This means that all profit that is created is used to impact more lives and go after our purpose. That's why we're proud to be a certified B-Corp organisation.

Growth & Development - We want YOU to succeed

You’ll have a coach and a buddy, a dedicated training plan and time each week to devote to learning, skill development and career projection. We will challenge you but always encourage and direct you towards your own growth.

Team Culture - Not just a BUZZword

Every company talks about team culture, but it’s not something that happens by accident. The current Curve team culture was carefully designed and has been refined and curated over the years. The directors set out knowing the team they wanted to build and we welcome in those that match our values as people.

How we keep work interesting

At Curve, you’ll be working across different projects, with different teams and project managers and getting to know the products. We are also branching out into our own products which provides further chance for variety and broader scope.

Flat Hierarchy - Have your voice heard

With a flat hierarchy, your voice and ideas are just as important as anyone else’s. You can access and talk to anyone in the company, all the way to the directors. You’ll even meet the directors in the interview process.

Collaborate with a global team

Join a diverse and multicultural team, all united by the desire to create social impact. Direct interaction & learning opportunities on daily basis across cultures, countries and people.

Work-life Balance - Suited for your lifestyle

Our team's wellbeing comes first, that's why we let you focus on what's important and remove the stress of juggling a work-life balance. Instead of a 9-5, we believe in having flexible work hours as long as the work gets done.

Curve Well Time - More than just work

Our philosophy of improving lives includes the team internally. That's why we allocate time every week for you to go the extra mile and focus on your personal wellbeing - whether through hobbies, learning or mindfulness.

Other Benefits for Future Curvers

Approachable, open door policy at all times for all people
Global parties & festive celebration among friends and family
Wellness programs to prioritise mindfulness and mental health
Achieve your role based goals with our knowledge library
Support for continuing your higher education
Strong leadership and career growth potential
Internal coaching & mentoring to every employee
Role specific and company wide training
Embrace opportunity to learn the latest technology
Generous parental & family leave for you
The latest tech to keep you motivated on and off work
Noise cancelling headphones for focus time
Casual dress without any restrictions
Games/Netflix subscriptions for breaks
Leave day for volunteering work and creating your own social impact
Annual Bonus (0-5%) as a reward for your work
Gratuity / Superannuation
Employee insurance coverage
Paid time off (PTO) equal across the world
Company wide celebration for achieving goals

Curve Trip

The Ultimate Perk!
If we meet our goals for the year as a team, then we celebrate together as a team.
This culminates into an awesome overseas adventure together, bringing members from around the globe together.

Ask anyone at Curve - this is THE best perk you could ask for!

What Our Team Members Love about Curve

The company is quite stable with lots of projects on the pipeline and always paid me on time. The team is great and very diversified with people from all over the world.
Senior Software Engineer - Perth, Australia
I found it a great place to work, learn and grow. The company runs by it's own values, trusts and nice culture which makes it outstanding from others. The environment is very helpful, caring and supportive which make it easier for anyone to feel comfortable to share problems. The whole team is motivated by it's big hairy audacious goal, to positively impact 1 billion peoples live.
Sumit Dey - Technical Team Lead
People here are amazingly smart and the culture is that of supporting and trusting each other no matter what. The team dynamic is great. People really believe in the mission to impact lives and empathy and mindfulness are something we practice every day.
Senior Software Engineer - Mumbai, India
Curve truly cares about each team members' growth. I've never had so much attention before directed at my personal development and wellbeing. As well as a development and training plan, I have a manager, a coach, and a buddy, to help me achieve my work and personal goals!
Gabi Ceregra - Product Manager
A solid team split across a number of offices globally, Curve Tomorrow has offered me an opportunity to grow my skills as a developer and as a leader.
Technical Lead - Melbourne, Australia
Best thing about Curve I like is the freedom to work and employees opinion matters. We all are on the same level and get lot of opportunity to learn & grow with the company. Each and every team member cares and ready to help whenever you need. It really has a UNIQUE culture.
Bhumica Solanki - Operations Manager
The best thing I love in this company is the working culture as they give me the freedom to work, respect your opinions and give you an opportunity to grow.
Office Administrator - Mumbai, India
Curve Tomorrow is a great place to work. The culture is transparent, every employee, irrespective of their position. I have been with the organisation for more than 1.5 years now, and have seen myself transform as a professional in more than one way. Working with people across geographies and solutions has helped me sharpen my technical, interpersonal and overall professional skills.
Khadija Daruwala - Mobile Application Developer
Best place to work and grow as an individual. Allowing people to put ideas in all perspectives.
Quality Assurance Engineer - Mumbai, India
Curve Tomorrow had been one of those companies which had fascinated me as I heard my colleague joining there and visited the website to get the first glimpse of their great work. Good culture and the most important factor is Curve has clear path to achieve the vision for the company. I would recommend you to join it without any second thought if you are awarded that opportunity
Mamta Nawani - Executive Assistant
The organisation sets itself apart by really taking you onboard, instead of seeing you as "free labour". Your voice and opinions will be heard like any other seniors in the team.
Intern - Perth, Australia

Values

Solve Problems That Improves Lives

What does this mean?

Does this project truly solve the life changing problems?

We believe our products will be impactful and financially sustainable into the future.

We identify who our solutions are helping, and whether these are the people who need it most.

The problems aren’t always solved with technology - what is the best way to solve this problem, with or without technology?

Example behaviours & questions

We assess a project opportunity around whether it actually improves lives.

Are we able to find a solution to this problem? Can we actually help?

We assess an opportunity based on the lives it impacts - are we helping the right people?

Improve Myself, Each Other & Customers

What does this mean?

A culture of constant growth and learning.

We support each other in our personal growth. There are no stupid questions and it is ok not to know how to do something.

As individuals, we look for opportunities to improve and grow, personally and professionally.

We are greater than the sum of our parts and are the strongest when we work together.

Example behaviours & questions

Correcting a colleagues mistake in a supportive and constructive way.

Working on your personal coaching and training plan in between coaching sessions.

When we see a knowledge gap in a project with a partner, we educate the partner and are patient with them

Become Comfortable With Being Uncomfortable

What does this mean?

Challenge the norms, whether these be industry norms, personal or societal norms or even Curve norms.

Be prepared to be questioned yourself and learn to become comfortable with being challenged.

Healthy conflict is important to growth

Example behaviours & questions

Respectfully challenging someone who is senior to you in the business.

When you find yourself in conflict with a colleague, listen to them, hear them out and absorb what they are saying. Don’t take it personally.

Learn each other’s conflict styles

Everyone Leads

What does this mean?

There is no hierarchy and we are each responsible for our roles, our growth and our careers.

There are lots of ‘grey areas’ in our work. Learn to operate within these and look for opportunities.

You don’t need a title to take initiative.

Everyone has a voice and you can approach anyone with an idea or solution.

Entrepreneurship and a startup mindset stays at our core.

Two things don’t fly… blame or shame

Example behaviours & questions

You see an opportunity for an improvement within the business, that is outside your role but you raise it anyway.

A new team member is feeling a bit lost with something that isn’t your responsibility.

You put your hand up for a project or quarterly objective, knowing it’s usually outside your scope of work.

You look for a more cost effective way to do something, without losing the ‘start up’ pace of the business.

Only Create Products That People Love

What does this mean?

Don’t ship it unless you’re proud of it.

Maintain the quality of your work, no matter what you are working on.

Our products must be user focused at their core - easy to use for users, and effective for our partners

Example behaviours & questions

User Experience and simplicity are thoroughly tested and reviewed in each project.

If we feel a product doesn't have this key ingredient we put in extra effort to make sure it does. Sometimes at the detriment to profit!

Innovate When You Create

What does this mean?

Don’t accept ‘what we’ve always done’ if you see a better way.

How can new technologies and innovations help us impact more lives?

Example behaviours & questions

Identify better ways of doing things.

Many of the PM’s are trained in strategic innovation and apply these techniques to new products. Considering trends and tends in future health and technology.

Our Values

Solve Problems That Improves Lives
What does this mean?

Does this project truly solve the life changing problems?

We believe our products will be impactful and financially sustainable into the future.

We identify who our solutions are helping, and whether these are the people who need it most.

The problems aren’t always solved with technology - what is the best way to solve this problem, with or without technology?

Example behaviours & questions

We assess a project opportunity around whether it actually improves lives.

Are we able to find a solution to this problem? Can we actually help?

We assess an opportunity based on the lives it impacts - are we helping the right people?

Improve Myself, Each Other & Customers
What does this mean?

A culture of constant growth and learning.

We support each other in our personal growth. There are no stupid questions and it is ok not to know how to do something.

As individuals, we look for opportunities to improve and grow, personally and professionally.

We are greater than the sum of our parts and are the strongest when we work together.

Example behaviours & questions

Correcting a colleagues mistake in a supportive and constructive way.

Working on your personal coaching and training plan in between coaching sessions.

When we see a knowledge gap in a project with a partner, we educate the partner and are patient with them

Become Comfortable With Being Uncomfortable
What does this mean?

Challenge the norms, whether these be industry norms, personal or societal norms or even Curve norms.

Be prepared to be questioned yourself and learn to become comfortable with being challenged.

Healthy conflict is important to growth

Example behaviours & questions

Respectfully challenging someone who is senior to you in the business.

When you find yourself in conflict with a colleague, listen to them, hear them out and absorb what they are saying. Don’t take it personally.

Learn each other’s conflict styles

Everyone Leads
What does this mean?

There is no hierarchy and we are each responsible for our roles, our growth and our careers.

There are lots of ‘grey areas’ in our work. Learn to operate within these and look for opportunities.

You don’t need a title to take initiative.

Everyone has a voice and you can approach anyone with an idea or solution.

Entrepreneurship and a startup mindset stays at our core.

Two things don’t fly… blame or shame

Example behaviours & questions

You see an opportunity for an improvement within the business, that is outside your role but you raise it anyway.

A new team member is feeling a bit lost with something that isn’t your responsibility.

You put your hand up for a project or quarterly objective, knowing it’s usually outside your scope of work.

You look for a more cost effective way to do something, without losing the ‘start up’ pace of the business.

Only Create Products That People Love
What does this mean?

Don’t ship it unless you’re proud of it.

Maintain the quality of your work, no matter what you are working on.

Our products must be user focused at their core - easy to use for users, and effective for our partners

Example behaviours & questions

User Experience and simplicity are thoroughly tested and reviewed in each project.

If we feel a product doesn't have this key ingredient we put in extra effort to make sure it does. Sometimes at the detriment to profit!

Innovate When You Create
What does this mean?

Don’t accept ‘what we’ve always done’ if you see a better way.

How can new technologies and innovations help us impact more lives?

Example behaviours & questions

Identify better ways of doing things.

Many of the PM’s are trained in strategic innovation and apply these techniques to new products. Considering trends and tends in future health and technology.

What Our Team Members Love about Curve

I found it a great place to work, learn and grow. The company runs by it's own values, trusts and nice culture which makes it outstanding from others. The environment is very helpful, caring and supportive which make it easier for anyone to feel comfortable to share problems. The whole team is motivated by it's big hairy audacious goal, to positively impact 1 billion peoples live.
Sumit Dey - Technical Team Lead
Best thing about Curve I like is the freedom to work and employees opinion matters. We all are on the same level and get lot of opportunity to learn & grow with the company. Each and every team member cares and ready to help whenever you need. It really has a UNIQUE culture.
Bhumica Solanki - Operations Manager
Curve Tomorrow is a great place to work. The culture is transparent, every employee, irrespective of their position. I have been with the organisation for more than 1.5 years now, and have seen myself transform as a professional in more than one way. Working with people across geographies and solutions has helped me sharpen my technical, interpersonal and overall professional skills.
Khadija Daruwala - Mobile Application Developer
Curve Tomorrow had been one of those companies which had fascinated me as I heard my colleague joining there and visited the website to get the first glimpse of their great work. Good culture and the most important factor is Curve has clear path to achieve the vision for the company. I would recommend you to join it without any second thought if you are awarded that opportunity
Mamta Nawani - Executive Assistant
Curve truly cares about each team members' growth. I've never had so much attention before directed at my personal development and wellbeing. As well as a development and training plan, I have a manager, a coach, and a buddy, to help me achieve my work and personal goals!
Gabi Ceregra - Product Manager

Our Hiring Process

Curious about our hiring process?
If we get the right people in, then we can achieve anything.
Here's a snapshot of the steps:

You can learn more about the steps of our hiring process on this page

View our Jobs

Ionic developer

Development

Mumbai
Full Time
Senior Software Engineer

Development

Mumbai
Full Time
Lead Software Engineer

Development

Melbourne
Full Time

FAQ

Where do I submit my application?

You can submit your applications on the selected job page above by clicking on explore.

If the current role you're seeking is not available, please contact our HR team with your application details, including resume and cover letter at hr@curvetomorrow.com.au

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What is the interview process?

The first step in our interview process is the application review which generally done by our hiring team. From there, it depends on the role you have applied. Once your application is shortlisted, HR will share the interview steps and guide you. We will gauge you on the questions related to the technical skills and behaviors required to be successful in the role. Of course, specific questions will vary depending on the job.

Can I know the different steps involved in hiring?

For more information please visit this page

How can I track my application status?

You may please contact the HR or  Alternatively, send an email with your application details to hr@curvetomorrow.com.au

Can I apply for multiple jobs?

You may apply if your job role matches more than one job opening. Accordingly, we will validate your profile against each of the available job descriptions.

I was referred by an employee of Curve tomorrow
What will happen next?

The profile will come into the system and will be screen the applcaiton. against the current opening. If the profile is found suitable for the job opening you will be informed of the next steps. In case no open job requirement matches your profile, your profile will remain in our database for 6 months and during that time our HR will keep on screening your profile against new openings, after which it get auto deleted.

Do I have to pay for an application?

Curve tomorrow never charges fees for any purpose during or after the hiring process. We will never request money for the opportunity to apply or work. Communication with the candidates will always happen through an official email address (e.g., firstname@curvetomorrow.com.au) or phone number. If you are in doubt or unsure about the source of the job offer, please login to the Career section on the Curve tomorrow website to verify the job offer or the application or kindly reach us at hr@curvetomorrow.com.au if you believe you have been a victim of a recruitment fraud, you are requested to approach the law enforcement agencies immediately.

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If you’ve got a healthcare idea you’re ready to bring to life, get in touch today - we can’t wait to help you make it a reality.
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