Kontur is looking for a Back-end Engineer for its work-from-home team.
Starting salary ranges from $3,500 to $5,700 based on interview results. Kontur is a US-based geospatial data and real-time risk management solutions provider for humanitarian, private, and governmental organizations. For many regions across the globe, natural disasters are not just news headlines — they are the reality of life. We are helping companies, governments, and communities reduce the impact of natural disasters and provide help and resources to those who need them the most.
Duties and responsibilities
As part of the back-end team, you will be working with product development, spatial data analysts, and front-end developers to design, implement and deploy resilient data processing pipelines, APIs, and tools to serve in-house and client users. You will be solving the challenges of bringing together many online geospatial data sources, transforming and managing them in the system and presenting resulting intelligence to the consumers.
As a Back-end Engineer, you will take responsibility for parts of the Kontur Platform and applications built to use it. You may need to go outside the Java ecosystem to implement data solutions with SQL, Bash, or Python scripts.
FYI. Our technology stack includes Java 11, MyBatis, Spring Boot, Bootique.io, PostgreSQL/PostGIS, GNU Make, Python, Osmium, pgRouting, OSRM. We deploy to a hybrid cloud environment with Docker and Gitlab CI/CD. Front-end is written in React, TypeScript, and uses Mapbox GL JS.
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