The Company

Our client is working with farmers, energy generators and insurers to help them make the best decisions for their businesses by providing exceptionally accurate 2-52 week weather forecasts. They have an award-winning machine learning that is created from decades of research at MIT/WHOI. They are a seed-stage start up and they are growing rapidly–come join the team if you are curious, motivated and creative! With our client’s success the world can forecast further!

Your Impact

As a Data Engineer you will be working to help support the magic behind our client’s creation. You will collaborate with a team of engineers to ensure that data flows to and from our client’s machine learning system efficiently and reliably. You will:

  • Architect a secure, scalable, performant data repository
  • Acquire, ingest, access external data sets

About You

  • You have strong experience storing and processing geospatial processing data at scale–tools: NetCDF, PostGIS, Zarr, HDF, GRIB, GeoTIFF, GeoJSON
  • You have experience building and managing ETL data flows
  • You have experience with any cloud compute platforms such as GCP, AWS or Azure
  • You have knowledge of source control (git), issue tracking (JIRA)
  • You have experience in agile/scrum environment–software teamwork
  • You must be a U.S. Citizen

Bonus points

  • You have previous experience working at or consulting for a startup
  • You can manage contractors and freelancers, potentially internationally



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