Carbon Technology

Senior Front End Engineer

The Company

We are excited to partner with a talented climate tech company that has created an innovative solution to help enterprise companies reduce emissions throughout their entire supply chain. This one-of-a-kind platform allows these companies to implement impactful solutions to dramatically reduce their emissions. They are seeking the expertise of a talent Front End Engineer to work on critical components to this platform.

Your Impact

You're ready to jump in and go beyond the patterns of the typical web stack to combine enterprise-level rigor with strong technical creativity. You absolutely do not need to be an expert at everything, but you should be comfortable learning and extending beyond your core domain. You will:

  • Building complex web applications including the use of a centralized state management system
  • Build interactive 2D or 3D graphical environments, on the web or in a native context

About You

  • 5+ years as a front end focused engineer building complex web applications using React and TypeScript
  • Interest in next generation web graphics (Canvas, WebGL, WebGPU)
  • Modern Tech Stack: React, TypeScript, Python, Node, PostgreSQL, Mapbox, GCP, and CI/CD

Bonus Points

  • Experience using centralized state management systems like Redux or MobX
  • Interest in performance tuning
  • Experience with advanced 2D and 3D web graphics
  • Formulate complex data pipelines and data ecosystems



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