My team at Cervest is recruiting a Senior Scientific Software Engineer to help us implement and build scientific data pipelines, physical models, and statistical models. The company is building a climate intelligence platform to help people and businesses make better (more resilient and more sustainable) decisions under climate uncertainty.
In particular we’re looking for someone with “Fluency in a programming language commonly used for writing performant scientific software, such as C, C++, rust, julia or Fortran” as well as “Fluency in a higher-level language and its library ecosystem, such as python, R, julia or matlab”. So if you’re reading this, you might be able to kill two birds with one stone
Above all, we’re looking for a strong communicator and mentor who is ready to help grow the team.