Senior Software Engineer – Back-End Python

JOB ID: 3304,Remote - USA

Our client, a division of a global technology leader and expert in weather, environmental, and industrial measurements, empowers businesses by providing personalized weather services. They interpret the weather in new and exciting ways that challenge the standard set forth by traditional weather companies. They ingest, analyze, transform and visualize data from various sources to produce the best and most in-depth weather products for our global customer base. Our engineering teams subscribe to the motto "by developers, for developers" by building comprehensive datasets, APIs, and toolkits that allow easier weather data integration.

You will enjoy opportunities to work on multiple projects, partake in varying roles, have the flexibility to explore and utilize new technologies and be encouraged to contribute to the developer community through open-source software and how-to articles.

They are looking for a Software Engineer to join their team to..

Responsibilities

  • Design and craft APIs that developers love to build upon. Create intuitive interfaces for other developers to access our data sets
  • Work as part of a highly collaborative team to plan and design new APIs
  • Build large-scale high-volume APIs that are efficient and cost effective
  • Explore new ways to process and combine data sets and visualizations, that enable our customers to build innovative products which add business value.

  • Requirements

  • Understanding of Web APIs / HTTP / REST / JSON
  • Experience with design, development, deployment, versioning and maintenance of secure RESTful APIs
  • Comfortable with Server-Side languages (Python), frameworks and platforms
  • Experience with SQL and NoSQL databases
  • Five or more years of related experience with server-side software development in a test-driven, agile environment
  • Linux / shell scripting (Bash)

  • Additional Considerations

  • Containerized application (Docker) deployments
  • Familiarity with Cloud services (AWS) and microservice architecture
  • Experience with Node.js, TypeScript, MongoDB
  • Interest in weather and weather-related technologies
  • GIS or other spatial data processing experience

  • What makes them a cool place to work?

  • Casual work environment, with a respect for work-life balance
  • Support for learning and training with new technologies
  • Freedom to choose your own development platform and toolset
  • Private healthcare
  • Parental leave
  • Paid holidays
  • Life insurance
  • Target based bonuses
  • 401k retirement plan matching

  • Client will only consider candidates currently living in the USA and who are able to accept a position without visa sponsorship.

    Consultant: Pam Inglis