Junior Full Stack Engineer

GridUnity, Inc

About GridUnity


At GridUnity we are helping transform the world’s energy supply chain by accelerating the integration of distributed energy resources such as solar, wind, and energy storage. We do this by providing pioneering SaaS analytics solutions to utilities and independent system operators for use by their engineers and renewable energy developers.


Our advanced System-of-Systems platform combines predictive analytics, machine learning, configurable business processes and cloud computing to deliver enterprise software applications with the flexibility to evolve with the world’s changing energy model. The GridUnity platform has been rolled out across 17 U.S. states by entities providing energy to about 20% of Americans, and we’re growing fast.


About GridUnity Engineering


If you want to make a tangible difference in the exploding field of predictive analytics or help reshape the electric grids to better support solar, electric vehicles, wind resources and other new groundbreaking technologies, consider joining our team of innovative engineers. Together, we have created easy-to-use software to help transform the world’s energy supply chain by solving thorny new problems from the accelerating integration of distributed energy resources. Our customers love working with us and enjoy using our software because we respond to their needs, turning knowledge into action.


We are looking for a Junior Full-Stack engineer to join our dynamic team of engineers.


Key Responsibilities



  • Contribute to existing platform codebase in Java, Python and JavaScript

  • Translate customer requirements into meaningful technical requirements

  • Develop new features, visualizations and analytics

  • Write reusable, sustainable code

  • Leverage and extend existing libraries to meet new requirements

  • Collaborate with other team members

  • Participate in code reviews

  • Provide troubleshooting support


Required Skills, Qualifications and Competencies



  • Authorization to work in the U.S. without sponsorship

  • Solid software development fundamentals

  • Ability to design and write testable code

  • Proficiency in either Java or Python, ideally both

  • Demonstrated history of analytical work with large and complex data sets.

  • Deep database expertise, including data validation, performance monitoring and tuning, security considerations

  • Comfort with both frontend and backend development

  • Proven ability to lead the project

  • Desire and ability to adapt to changing priorities, new challenges and different technologies

  • CS degree or equivalent


Why GridUnity


We are a top-notch team of perpetually curious lifelong learners leveling up our customers’ options for solving complex problems. We build innovative energy software products that introduce fresh perspectives to our customers. 


Everyone’s voice matters in the GridUnity-verse. Mutual trust and respect are paramount. Integrity is assumed. Diversity of thought strengthens us. Ego is healthy; yet humility is what keeps us learning. Having fun is never forgotten.

Charting new territory means we must listen well to our customers and to each other. Disagreements illuminate opportunity. Reaching agreement is sometimes hard, but the rewards are often great. We actively seek a diversity of thought and experience on our team. Join us and make an impact on one of the most important challenges of the 21st century: climate change.


Benefits



  • Salary commensurate with experience

  • Stock options

  • Comprehensive health plan

  • Generous vacation plan

  • Remote-friendly work environment with available office space

  • Great engineering culture


Contact


399 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116

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