Who we are:
Archer is an aerospace company based in Palo Alto, California building an all-electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft with a mission to advance the benefits of sustainable air mobility. We are designing, manufacturing, and operating an all-electric aircraft that can carry four passengers for 60 miles at speeds of up to 150 mph while producing minimal noise.
Our sights are set high and our problems are hard, and we believe that diversity in the workplace is what makes us smarter, drives better insights, and will ultimately lift us all to success. We are dedicated to cultivating an equitable and inclusive environment that embraces our differences, and supports and celebrates all of our team members.
What you’ll do:
- Lead the architecting and development of our innovative eVTOL Command Center software and Mission Viewing Center.
- Gather and evaluate requirements in collaboration with the flight test, engineering and marketing teams to provide the best possible user experience (UX).
- Create User Interface (UI) mockups and prototypes before implementing your design.
- Leverage time series databases to display both real-time and historical data collected from aircraft and distributed ground sensors.
- Develop web-based visualization for the flight test engineers with a focus on performance and reliability.
What you need:
- Degree in Computer Science
- 5+ years of experience with web design and development
- Portfolio of UI/UX designs
- Hands-on experience with databases, including time series databases
- Excellent communication skills
- Experience in the Aerospace industry
- Fluent in Python and agile with the Linux command line interface is a strong plus
Archer is proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusivity in the workplace. All aspects of employment are decided on the basis of merit, qualifications, and business needs. We do not discriminate based upon race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.