Our client provides climate analytics to help the world’s governments, companies, and financial institutions measure and manage the financial risk from climate change. They are a fast-growing, two-year-old company, and our mission is to embed climate data into global decision-making. They believe this will accelerate the transition to a low-carbon economy, and help make the world more resilient to the most important challenge of our time.
Currently, we are recruiting for a Full Stack Software Engineer. The position is remote. We're looking for someone with at least three years of engineering experience who is curious, enthusiastic, thoughtful, adaptable, and a quick learner to join our growing team.
You will work closely with the VP of Product and Engineering to improve and enhance the architecture, design, scalability, and performance of our cutting-edge climate analytics platform.
You’ll be responsible for ensuring that the production, test, and development systems are secure, scalable and reliable - and that the platform is able to grow to meet the increasing demand of our customer base. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Design, build, test, and ship highly performant, external-facing APIs and services using Express, Node.js, and Go
- Lay the foundation for systems to be quickly iterated upon while maintaining an emphasis on scalability, reliability, and security
- Debug production systems across multiple technologies and services
- Enumerate and decide on both short- and long-term trade-offs that always focus on the priorities of business value, stability, and sustainability
- Work on a highly collaborative and growing team in an Agile environment
3+ years of professional software engineering experience ideally with the following tech stack.
- PERN Stack (PostgreSQL, Express, React and Node)
- Atlassian suite : JIRA, Bitbucket, etc
- Kubernetes & Docker
- AWS and IBM Cloud
- Apache Kafka
- Leveraging CI and CD pipelines to maximize throughput and container-based deployment with Kubernetes, Docker.