Hello, we’re Aclima.
We design and deploy environmental sensor networks that sense more than we can see, turning billions of data points into powerful insights. Aclima’s sensor networks offer a level of environmental awareness never before possible. Enabled by a fully-integrated hardware and software platform, our team of experts work with customers—our deployment partners—to explore their environments in new ways and identify solutions that optimize health and improve wellbeing. Aclima delivers high-quality data and actionable insights across our three deployment platforms—indoors, outdoors, and on vehicles.
Our sensor networks generate a lot of data.
Our aim is to help people understand, manipulate and act upon this data. We are looking for an interface developer to create tools that simplify problems, automate tasks, and expand environmental intelligence. Take your love for combining creative design with logical problem solving to develop fluid and natural experiences.
Today, our data interfaces live on the web; tomorrow they may be on phones, walls, in virtual reality, or as part of AI assistants. We are always envisioning and experimenting.
We work in a relaxed, purpose-driven atmosphere which encourages rapid iteration, crazy ideas, and collaborative empathy. Aclima is unique in its breadth of multi-disciplinary work; expect to collaborate with climate scientists, electrical engineers, lab technicians, data scientists, product managers, and more on a regular basis.
If this sounds exciting, please apply to join our team! We would love to talk :)
What We Need
Because of our open ended problem, we emphasize flexibility, core knowledge, and openness to learn. We believe great interfaces need to be wherever our insights are.
- Familiarity with how to handle large data sets. This includes knowledge of data structures, algorithms, and tools
- Passionate about code quality and know how to enforce it
- Ability to constantly empathize with the user
- Familiarity with UX practices
- Constant desire to learn
- Ability to legally work in the United States
- We use modern web technologies when possible, such as ES6, Webpack, React, Redux, D3, and more. Familiarity with them would be great.
- Mobile development experience
- Experience with data visualization
- Broad programming experience with different teams (open source, small, large), environments (web, desktop, server, mobile), and paradigms (object-oriented, functional, declarative, type-driven, test-driven, etc)
- Graphics (OpenGL, WebGL, DirectX) experience
- A code or design portfolio
- Independent work in open source, blog posts, etc
- B.S. in Computer Science or another technical degree
Please include these in your application
- An introduction: Who are you? What are you looking for? What projects have you enjoyed working on? Which have you disliked? What motivates you?
- An answer to one or more of the following questions:
- "What is your favorite planet, and why is it Earth?"
- "What is your favorite chemical compound?"
- "What is your favorite GIF?"