The Climate Corporation’s mission is to help all the world’s people and businesses manage and adapt to climate change. To achieve our mission, we have built a unique technology platform to enable, for the first time, the real-time pricing and purchasing of customizable weather insurance. Managing over 200 TB of data, including 34 trillion+ weather simulation data points, 150 billion soil type observations, and more than 3 million daily weather measurements, we are one of the largest users of Amazon Web Services.
The Climate Corporation is focused on the enormous challenge and opportunity of protecting the $3 trillion global agriculture industry from the financial impact of adverse weather – the cause of over 90 percent of crop loss – with fully automated weather insurance products. We are also building web and mobile applications that unleash the power of our unique data and analyses to help farmers manage their daily work with field-level weather and crop insights.
At The Climate Corporation, leaving a mark on the world is in our DNA; we want to make a lasting and meaningful real-world impact. We relish big problems because they are the most interesting to tackle, the most rewarding, and typically, the most valuable to solve. We also thrive on finding the possible in the impossible.
If you are the best at what you do, you like solving interesting problems, and you are looking for like-minded people dedicated to having a major impact on the world, we are eager to talk with you.
See our video about what it’s like to work at The Climate Corporation: goo.gl/NiXSb
Backend / Big Data Engineer- TWI
What you will do:
Build mission-critical Pricing and Settlement systems
Build/maintain a transactional system with users from almost all functions in the company
Experiment with new tools, frameworks, languages
What you bring to the table:
Experience with web infrastructure, large-scale, distributed systems
Extensive experience writing Java, Clojure using open source frameworks (Spring, Hibernate, JAX-RS, Thrift, Avro)
Experience with software engineering best practices (e.g. unit testing, code reviews, design documentation)
Strong background in algorithms and data structures
BS, MS, or PhD in Computer Science or equivalent work experience
Deep knowledge of the JVM, including asynchronous I/O, concurrency, and the Java memory model
Experience with Amazon Web Services, NoSQL stores (Cassandra, MongoDb, CouchDb), Memcached, Akka, Storm
Experience with Hadoop or other Map Reduce-based architectures
Contributions to the open-source community
What We Offer:
Our team is composed of some of the most brilliant interdisciplinary minds in the industry. Climatology Specialists, Big Data Engineers, Mathematicians, Frontend Application Engineers and more work together to create the most forward thinking technology in the industry. The environment is extremely engaging and fast-paced, with dozens of specialties coming together to provide the best product possible product and experience for our customers. As Mark Twain said, “A great deal has been said about the weather, but very little has been done about it.” Our goal is to change that.
Competitive salary, excellent benefits, and some of the best perks in the industry, including:
Generous stock options. Our success is your success
Catered lunch 5 days a week from a varied array of San Francisco eateries
Endless snacks and company-paid dinner
3-On 1-Off” Sprints. That means that 25% of your time is spent working on your own innovations for the company
Company sponsored outings, including go-kart races, kayaking, holiday yacht parties, and sporting events, etc.
An always-stocked kegerator
Energetic idea-driven work environment with an exciting culture
Exciting world-changing opportunity - we are solving problems that have a massive impact on the world
A driven, talented team that aims to make a large-scale impact through an innovative technology platform
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