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Full Stack Engineer

Project Canary

Project Canary

Software Engineering
Denver, CO, USA
Posted on Tuesday, August 29, 2023

Project Canary is the leading provider of on-demand climate insights for emission-intensive companies. Our company provides operational insights, emissions data, and Verified Climate Attributes™ to decarbonize energy systems by integrating sensor data with real-time portal and in-depth data analytics. We are the leaders of independently verified climate credentials that support investment, safety, reporting, and disclosure actions.

Initially, we are focused on the energy industry. With thousands of energy assets analyzed and hundreds of environmental and air quality sensors currently deployed, Project Canary is positioned better than anyone to provide empirical emissions data—and we have the ARR and growing pains to prove it.

Founded in 2019, Project Canary, PBC has quickly gained recognition as a category leader in the continuous monitoring space. Through a mission driven approach Project Canary uses dynamic means for cross team collaboration to achieve our very best for our planet and people alike. Here are some highlights from last year:

  • Fundraise totaling $121M
  • Series A of $10M in 2021
  • Series B of $111M in 2022
  • Certified as a B-Corporation with a score of 107.6 & ranked in the top 5% in 2 categories
  • 2022 Best Company to Work For by both the Denver Business Journal and the Denver Post
  • Headcount growth by 3X in 2022 and growing

Project Canary’s success is attributed to the motivation, skill, and teamwork of everyone. The team understands the importance of maintaining a culture where relationships are valued, feedback is crucial, and trust in each other and our products/services is paramount. If you enjoy a growth-stage environment, mission-driven work and are eager to collaborate, we want to hear from you.

You will be a part of the technology team reporting to the Director of Engineering. This individual is responsible for assisting in the development, testing and design of Project Canary software solutions. A successful candidate will be creative, attentive to detail, willing and eager to learn new technologies, and not afraid to jump in anywhere and help push things forward.

  • Maintain, support, and extend our existing web-based products and services
  • Work closely with our engineering team to design, develop and deliver new applications and features for both internal and external users
  • Build and optimize RESTful API’s for web applications
  • Write unit, integration, and end-to-end tests and contribute to the development of automated testing procedures and systems
  • Optimize websites and applications to improve performance, user experience, and usability across a wide range of browsers, devices, and screen sizes
  • Ability to work at the office or a hybrid model (At least 3 days in the office each week)

Education and experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, formal training through a bootcamp (or equivalent professional experience)
  • Experience building web application backend APIs (.NET Core)
  • Excellent understanding of React and experience building a SPA to completion
  • Understanding of authentication/authorization using OAuth and JWT/bearer tokens
  • Working knowledge of Git for source/version control
  • Experience with Entity Framework or another modern ORM
  • Experience working with SQL and relational databases
  • General understanding of cloud architecture

Nice to haves:

  • 2+ Years working experience building modern web applications
  • Experience designing web applications with a focus on user experience
  • Experience using C# or another statically typed language
  • Experience using .NET core and Entity Framework
  • Experience working with cloud infrastructure and understanding of distributed computing and systems
  • Dev ops experience
  • Salary range: $120,000 - $150,000 annual base
  • Hybrid work environment - Must come into the office at least 3 days a week
  • Health, dental, and vision insurance with low deductibles and premiums paid by company 99% for self and 50% for dependents and/or spouse
  • 401K with company match (no vesting period)
  • Opportunity for equity ownership
  • Student loan assistance
  • Unlimited PTO (minimum rule of taking at least 3 weeks off in a year)
  • Company sponsored wellness days (ski/snowboard days and more)
  • 12 weeks of fully paid parental leave (gender neutral) including adoptions
  • Flex Choice Monthly Stipend – choice between parking, public transportation, or wellness assistance
  • Dog friendly office environment