Our company is building a sound map of North America and offers APIs that deliver concise information on the sound environment at any location. We currently cover SoCal and are preparing a large expansion.
We are a small team. Each of us has a specialty and is responsible for one area of the engineering. The founder currently brings things together technically, but we are ready to hire a generalist to be responsible for our final product and work backwards from the product to the structure of the individual components and bring them all together.
We pull in many types of information, most importantly geographic or GIS data, do a lot of analysis and computation, and then make our results available by API. We use Python, C++, PostgreSQL, several AWS services including DynamoDB, Linux and Windows servers, PHP and lots of ESRI or shapefile tools/products.
The person to hire has at least several years of experience with responsibility for a final product. Python is a must, and GIS familiarity is a very strong plus. As a key early hire, the position comes with a meaningful equity package.
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Brown & Caldwell is seeking the services of a GIS Web Developer to assist our City of Los Angeles based government client in designing and developing Web based GIS. LASAN manages and maintains data related to management and development of public works related infrastructure. The City of Los Angeles uses the most current Esri Arc 10.x software, Microsoft SQL Server and Windows 7. Products developed by the candidate will be put into production within the cities intranet and internet to better serve the public.
Under oversight by the GIS Supervisor, the GIS Web Developer will perform:
- Design of web based GIS applications
- Code development
- Knowledge transfer to technical and non-technical staff
- Other duties as required
- Expert HTML5 experience (most current version)
- Web Services experience
- Web design/development
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Works well within a team, ability to follow directions
- High level of patience and understanding to facilitate knowledge transfer
- Staff augmentation contract to last a possible 4 years
- Downtown Los Angeles Area
- 40 hours per week
- 9/80 flex schedule (every other Friday off)
- Start ASAP
- Salary Depends on Experience
Please email resume and cover sheet to Oscar Figueroa at the information below. Thank You
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Job announcement code: 14-05742