Cloud to Street is hiring a

Software Engineer (Platform/DevOps)

Brooklyn, United States

Company

Cloud to Street is a top climate tech start-up and the world’s leading remote flood analytics platform. We use global satellites, AI, models, and community intelligence to monitor flood risk and flooding in real-time. Seeded by Google, our paradigm-shifting science made the cover of Nature and is the base for our property technology. Today, governments across almost 20 countries have used our platform for disaster relief and to protect over 300 million people.  We launched the first commercial parametric flood insurance product to protect climate-vulnerable communities.

Role

We are looking for a Software Engineer to own and iterate broadly on our software platform, including our scalable imagery ingestion pipelines and the micro service architecture that powers our internal workflows and external product offerings. As part of a small engineering team, you will provide key input on technical design decisions and participate in a variety of different engineering products. A key part of this role will be contributing to DevOps features like continuous integration, deployment and monitoring, so experience in this area will be strongly preferred. 

Who you are

  • 1+ years of experience as a software engineer working in a team environment 
  • Experience deploying and monitoring cloud infrastructure, preferably in GCP
  • Experience building distributed, asynchronous microservices and data pipelines in the cloud
  • Experience bootstrapping efficient internal software development processes with a focus on comprehensive testing
  • Excellent in Python, comfortable in many programming languages
  • Strong opinions on system design choices with awareness of tradeoffs
  • Eager to design and implement future-proofed systems
  • Eager to empower other team members’ success
  • Eager to use engineering to reduce the impact of catastrophic flooding

Responsibilities

  • Design and develop full stack features (FastAPI/Angular) to support crisis managers around the world in disaster preparedness and response
  • Provide key input in technical discussions and code reviews for engineers across the company
  • Develop and maintain the cloud infrastructure to support our products
  • Set up internal software development processes to support the efficient and stable deployment of new features

Full-Time Team Benefits

  • Generous vacation package
  • Healthcare & dental insurance
  • Professional development fund
  • Equity
  • Paid parental leave
  • Work from home office support

 

Cloud to Street is devoted to building an inclusive and diverse company. Black, Indigenous, and people of color; women, queer people, and all gender identities, and individuals with disabilities are especially encouraged to apply.

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