If you can answer yes to these questions, you'll find working here exciting and engaging.
At Bellsant, we value collaboration. We encourage one another to build phenomenal things, and individually we’re all passionate about doing our best work. You'll be responsible for solving some hard problems in the consumer health space. As you tackle these problems head on, you'll work with others across the company to make sure you have all the information you need.
We are committed to equal opportunity and diverse hiring. Even more important than hiring is supporting our diverse team, and we are dedicated to equitable pay and transparency.
The United States Digital Service is a team of cross-agency federal technologists who work on some of the biggest issues affecting the American people, including: streamlining immigration, helping veterans get benefits, modernizing health care, reforming hiring, improving school safety, fixing procurement, and more. Check out our most recent impact report for examples of what you could be working on: https://www.usds.gov/resources/USDS-Impact-Report-2020.pdf
We're looking for the most empathetic, mission-driven, and tenacious technologists who are committed to untangling, rewiring, and redesigning critical government services. We hire folks from all walks of life who have demonstrable experience tackling complicated problems in the public, private, or non-profit sectors. We're hiring for:* Software Engineers (Frontend, Backend, Full Stack, DevOps) * Site Reliability Engineers (SREs) and Security Engineers * Product Managers * Data Scientists * Designers (Generalists, Strategists, User Researchers, Interaction Designers, Content Strategists, Design Operations, and everything in between) * Procurement Specialists * Bureaucracy Hackers * and more! With regard to remote work during the pandemic, health and safety are our top priority for all employees. During this time, all new hires will start fully remote, though the expectation is they will come onsite to the DC metro area when we are able to resume normal operations. We also understand everyone’s circumstances may vary, and we will work closely with each person to make sure their transition works best for them.
Come join us in shifting government tech in the right direction -- no prior government experience required! Read more about getting hired here: https://www.usds.gov/faq
CommonLit | Full-time | Remote-US
Senior Full-Stack Engineer (Rails, Typescript)
CommonLit is a 501(c)3 non-profit whose mission is to improve the educational and economic outcomes of students through better literacy and critical thinking skills. Our non-profit's application supports millions of students in the United States and around the world with a rigorous, high-interest literacy curriculum in English & Spanish.
Our small (nine-member) engineering team works in a collaborative, high-trust environment where we ship high-quality software to power CommonLit's curriculum and to assist teachers in assessing their students growth. As a Senior Engineer you'll lead significant technical projects, contribute your own code, review teammates' work, and advance CommonLit's mission. You'll act as a force-multiplier for your teammates' work in addition to your own high-leverage contributions.
Our team is a group of life-long learners. We value sharing new ideas, lifting each other up, and building performant, reliable software that teachers can rely on in the high-stress classroom environment.
As a Senior Software Engineer your work will include: * Writing high-quality Ruby and Typescript code and tests for our Rails monolith * Reviewing your teammates' work in our code review workflow * Researching technical ideas for upcoming projects * Mentoring and helping level-up less experienced engineers * Deploying and operating our application
Location: Remote-US or Washington, DC
SpaceX | Onsite Hawthorne, CA or Mountain View, CA or Redmond, WA or Washington, DC | Full Time | Software & Security Engineering
SpaceX engineers support the development of reusable rockets, spaceships & satellites! SpaceX has built the largest satellite constellation in the world (Starlink) with a goal to provide high speed internet to the over 3 billion people on the planet who don't have access to internet. We have been proud to be the main internet provider for the people of Ukraine right now, as well as bringing swift support to countries dealing with natural disasters like Tonga and Australia.
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Software Engineer, Starlink Aviation: https://grnh.se/c531f2522us (Hawthorne, CA)
Software Engineer (Direct to Cell): https://grnh.se/a04be9bf2us (Redmond, WA)
Sr. Software Engineer, Starlink: https://grnh.se/4669f33c2us (Hawthorne, CA or Mountain View, CA or Redmond, WA)
Software Engineer, Components: https://grnh.se/4ff78f5b2us (Hawthorne, CA)
FPGA Engineer: https://grnh.se/371c9d072us (Hawthorne, CA or Redmond, WA)
New Graduate, Electrical Design Engineer: https://grnh.se/23fa4ade2us (Flexible to any SpaceX office)
New Graduate, Silicon Engineer: https://grnh.se/b1632e322us (Irvine, CA)
Security Engineer: https://grnh.se/84a0ce562us (Hawthorne, CA or Redmond, WA or Washington DC)
BENEFITS: SpaceX offers competitive base pay, health, dental, vision, and 401k benefits. My personal favorite benefits is our EQUITY – SpaceX is currently the most valuable private company in the US and the 2nd most valuable private company in the world ($127 Billion)!
Hope to hear from you!
Graphistry / US DOJ | Data - Multiple | Full-time | US DC/Virgnia metro area (hybrid on-site + WFH) | $150-200K salary; + more in total compensation
Graphistry's visual graph AI platform gets used by analysts all the way from misinformation investigations to supply chain planning to understanding security breaches. Our R&D and OSS helped start projects like GPU data frame computing (Nvidia RAPIDS) and Apache Arrow. Our team currently splits between building the core platform and innovating alongside key customers, such as building out graph neural nets with organizations facing massive digital fraud + hacks. We have a variety of openings, and an especially time sensitive one is embedded within the US DOJ.
DOJ team: A new US DOJ analytics team is being created to work on initiatives with top leaders. There are a couple of broad mission themes for the year, with one of the biggest expectations is change. We are looking for either mid or senior people in all things data (analysis, analytics, data engineering, data science) for hands-on work with the ability to impact regional offices and global programs. Lead-from-the-front leadership opportunities as well. Your time will be primarily on pushing the mission boundary with the DOJ using analytics, and secondarily working with the the rest of the Graphistry team to advance our platform and work with US Gov users.
Data roles can be graph heavy or traditional. Experiences with spark, dask, sql, etl, pydata, pytorch, NLP, tableau, powerbi, streamlit, and jupyter are a plus. Likely to learn Graphistry, graph, and our GPU ecosystem as you go -- cudf, DGL + PyTorch Geometric, and more. Experiences with gov data a plus (crime, health, cyber), and we can help with gov clearance process.
https://www.graphistry.com/careers for reaching out. We are actively looking so looking forward to you taking the first step!
Rebellion Defense | Remote, potentially w/travel to DC - USA only | Full Time | Mid-SR Software Engineers | ~$157,000 to ~$236,000 + options
Your team will be focused on building autonomous systems for some of the company's most important initiatives. Domain experience isn't required, but we're looking for strong backend devs.
The work is mostly in Python and Go; your environment will range from being in the cloud to what I like to call "a hostile development environments" (but don't worry, you'll be surrounded by people that have battle-scars in these environments, and they're _fun_).
In addition to the autnomous systems work, I am also looking for engineers with experience working on data platforms but that are comfortable getting their hands dirty on working all across the stack.
About RD: Rebellion Defense is an amalgamation of folks coming from all walks of life (FAANG, Gov, neither) - all of us are aligned on one thing: software systems (ML/AI in this case) "will be critical in how we understand, decide, and act in the realm of national security" - and we have to show up for that.
We have great benefits and a structured interviewing process that you can read about on the job page below.
If you have hesitations (ethical, cultural, compensation, or otherwise) about working in national security, feel free to ping me (kelvin), at <my_name> at rebelliondefense.com. (or ping me directly if you're interested in the data platform side of things).
Here's the job postings if you just want to go for it: https://rebelliondefense.com/rebellion-careers/current-openi...
Or you can reach one of our awesome recruiters at email@example.com.
Computercraft Corporation | Technical Product Managers | Remote (US) or hybrid in Bethesda, MD | Full time
Become part of a team developing preeminent, open-source tools and technologies used worldwide to contribute to scientific research and discovery, facilitate the work of clinicians, and improve human health.
Computercraft is looking to grow our team of Product Managers to drive the development of cutting-edge, public-facing products at the National Center for Biotechnology Information, part of the National Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The Product Managers will work at the center of decision-makers, users, and a cross-functional team of scientists and programmers, driving the creation of prominent technology products.
Headquartered in Washington, DC, Computercraft is an American Indian and Woman-owned small business that provides technical, scientific, and management support services to advance biomedical research and human health. NCBI provides free access to petabytes of biomedical and genomic information, and scientists all over the world use its products. NCBI has one of the top 400 most visited websites worldwide, and its wide range of applications serve more users and more data than nearly any other U.S. Government agency.
Careers page: https://computercraft-usa.com/careers
Email me: ehayes at computercraft-usa dot com
Applied Intuition | Recruiters, Software, Sr. Software, Sr Frontend | Bay Area, Detroit, Tokyo, Munich, Seoul, DC, Stockholm | Onsite, VISA | Full-time [ACTIVELY HIRING]. Help accelerate the future of autonomy. Applied Intuition provides the infrastructure to safely develop, test, and deploy autonomous vehicles at scale. Applied Intuition equips engineering and product development teams with software that makes it faster, safer, and easier to bring autonomy to market. Headquartered in Silicon Valley with offices in Detroit, Tokyo, and Munich, Applied is composed of software and automotive experts from the top companies in the world (such as Google, Amazon, Apple, Waymo, Tesla, Delphi, GM, and Bosch). We are hiring for all roles listed on our website, but the following roles are P0 priorities (across all experience levels):
- SWE, Rendering (Bay Area)
- Sales Director (Bay Area)
- Sensor HIL Expert(Bay Area)
- CMO/Head of Marketing (Bay Area)
- Product manager, autonomous systems (Bay Area)
- Gen. SWE, all levels (Bay Area, LA)
- Sales reps (Globally)
- Robotics SWE, all levels (Bay Area, LA)
I joined Applied in 2020, and have only great things to say about the culture, the product, and the team. Our tech stack is cutting edge and a blast to work on and our customers love us (and demand a lot from our product). If you're interested in bringing a deep software skillset to autonomous vehicles, Applied is a fantastic place to land in this industry. There is a wonderfully wide mix of age and experience here as well.
Apply online, every application is read: https://www.appliedintuition.com/careers or email me (def + @<company address>) with any questions.
Eng blog: https://blog.applied.co/
Quorum | Fullstack Engineer | multiple roles | Python, Django, React/Redux, Elasticsearch, PostgreSQL, AWS | Washington DC or REMOTE (USA) | full-time | $90,000 - $135,000 depending on experience
Benefits: 401(k) match, healthcare, 12-weeks paid parental leave, unlimited PTO, hackathons, Invest in Yourself Days, four-day holiday weekends, subscription to Calm, multiple inclusion and diversity groups
Quorum is a profitable and rapidly growing 150-person tech company based in Washington DC that builds industry-leading public and government affairs software. Thousands of public affairs professionals use Quorum for their work in Congress, all 50 state legislatures, major U.S. cities, and the European Union. Called "The Moneyball Effect on K Street" by the Washington Post and "Google for Congress" by the Huffington Post, Quorum's software is used by four of the top five tech companies, major companies like Walmart, Coca-Cola, and Toyota, non-profits like the Sierra Club and the United Nations Foundation, and many other companies, trade associations, non-profits, and advocacy groups. https://www.quorum.us/careers/