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Perhaps in a past life you were a mechanical engineer or energy modeler that was drawn into the intriguing world of web programming and software development long ago. Maybe you have a degree in physics or mathematics but somewhere along the way you became more excited about creating the software tools rather than using them. Or possibly you’re just a really talented web developer that drives a Prius and loves to recycle. You are now an encyclopedia of programming knowledge and web wisdom accrued over the years. So what’s missing? Maybe you’ve been working at Internetz Inc. where you and a horde of other developers try to maximize the clicks while hanging on for that mercurial, next round of VC funding. Somewhere in the back of your mind, you wonder if it might be possible to put your skills to good use for a higher purpose… What if you could enjoy the challenge of interesting, creative work, while also having a meaningful impact on the planet? What if you could play a major role in a small, but growing, dynamic team of mechanical engineers, scientists, and programmers? Sound like you?
This job is a full-time position at our headquarters in downtown Denver. If hired, responsibilities would include:
Developing web-based user interfaces for energy modeling tools
Redesigning and updating company websites (bigladdersoftware.com, unmethours.com).
To be considered for the job, you should be able to demonstrate the following minimum qualifications:
Experience leading the development of a significant web application project
Experience with systems integration using REST, SOAP, and other APIs
Strong understanding of the fundamentals of programming
Ability to rapidly implement single-page applications from design specs
Experience using React and Redux libraries for complex applications
Experience integrating with databases and web services in the middle of the stack
Familiarity with full-stack web development and application deployment
Experience with version control systems (preferably Git)
Excellent communication and people skills.
The following qualifications are not required but will help your application stand out from the crowd:
Background in energy/building science, energy modeling, physics, or mathematics
Experience with UI/UX design
Experience with web application testing frameworks
Experience with data visualization and/or charting libraries (D3, etc.)
Experience with scripting languages (Ruby, Python, etc.)
Experience with open-source software development.