The Company

Our client’s mission is to make farms more sustainable and profitable (goes hand in hand: sustainable farms are more profitable and more profitable farms are more sustainable). Their main vertical is ERP software for agriculture: this fintech solution helps farms run their back end numbers and collects better data. The better data they have, the more funding dollars they can get from banks and ESG dollars. Eventually our client plans on setting up loan programs for these farms themselves, but the initial solution is the ERP software solution to begin collecting this data properly and setting them up for success.

Your Impact

You will build software that makes natural resource industries like agriculture more sustainable and profitable!

About You

  • You have 4+ years of experience building and delivering web applications to production environments with technologies such as Next.js/React/TypeScript
  • You have an understanding of full system design and process: how front end connects to the back end
  • You are fluent with data structures and asynchronous programming
  • You enjoy taking on ambiguous problems, being creative, and running with new challenges

Bonus points

  • You have experience in agriculture industry
  • You have experience building financial products (FinTech)
  • You have worked at a startup

Compensation

$150,000-$195,000

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