Tomorrow.io’s Space & Sensors team is responsible for the development of unique RF-based sensing systems, such as radar and sonar, from architecture through implementation. The team is also responsible for the  development of corresponding spacecraft and constellations in support of Tomorrow.io’s Operation Tomorrow Space, which will collect data to be integrated seamlessly into our existing forecasting and modeling systems, revolutionizing global weather intelligence.

We’re looking for a DevOps / Release Engineer who is passionate about creating and maintaining order amongst a varied set of build, release and deployment requirements across several products and platforms. These products will have a direct impact on Tomorrow.io’s strategic positioning in the market.  As a contributor within the Space and Sensors  software team, you will play a critical role in the execution of complex, multidisciplinary system development programs. Your challenges will include high-availability, release reliability, issue tracking, cloud management pipeline management, and version integrity.  Your contributions will help make sure we are building the biggest weather platform in the world.

As a DevOps / Release Engineer at Tomorrow.io, You’ll

  • Develop and implement multi-target build processes for cross-platform desktop C++ and Electron / JS Linux and macOS applications
  • Develop and implement build processes for cloud Python and Web applications
  • Build and maintain CI / CD pipelines for all applications and products
  • Manage AWS cloud instances and services
  • Manage SCM - branch strategies, revision-control, defect tracking, and release / deployment management across several software product lines

What you bring: (5 must competencies)

  • 5+ years of DevOps, SCM, and/or Release Engineering experience
  • CMake / QMake
  • Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) pipelines
  • Experience with different Linux distributions
  • AWS Administration

 

This position requires access to technology that is controlled under U.S. export control laws and regulations. Accordingly, this position is restricted to U.S. citizens, permanent residents and  protected individuals unless and until any required licenses are obtained.

So if your passion is to design cutting edge next-generation RADAR software to provide weather intelligence to the world, and have fun while doing so, then this team is for you.

If your experience is close but doesn’t fulfill all requirements, please apply. Tomorrow.io  is on a mission to build a special company. To achieve our goal, we are focused on hiring people with different backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences.

Tomorrow.io is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status.

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About Tomorrow.io:

Tomorrow.io is helping Countries, Businesses and Individuals better manage their Climate Security Challenges. Fully customizable to any industry impacted by the weather, customers around the world including Uber, Delta, Ford, National Grid and more use Tomorrow.io to dramatically improve operational efficiency. Tomorrow.io was built from the ground up to help teams predict the business impact of weather, streamline team communication and action plans, improve productivity, and optimize profit margins.

Space: In case you have not heard, we are also going to space with our Operation Tomorrow Space initiative. We are building the first-of-its-kind proprietary satellites equipped with radar, and launching them into space to improve weather forecasting technology for everyone on Earth. 

How we roll: We believe that magic happens when people work together. We believe in transparency and directness, putting work before ego, and empathy. Here, your success is achieved by your impact and deliveries and not by the hours you put in. We have flexible hours and unlimited vacation days policy.We grow fast and move faster but we always see people first. Each person has their own career growth path for we believe that the only way for the company to grow is if you grow.

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