Button is hiring a Fullstack Developer
Our team is looking for an experienced full-stack developer who loves data as much as we do. This isn’t just any data either–you will be on the ground floor with us; developing software that will enable the BC government to implement programs that cut down the province’s carbon footprint. Not all superheroes wear capes (although if you wish to wear one to work, that’s totally fine too!)
Button Inc. was born out its founders’ desire to take complex tasks and ideas, and deliver them in a simple, fun and usable way. That’s always been the guiding force behind the projects we’ve built. We built socks that can detect real-time emotional stress. We took a NASA study on plants that can clean the air and made the world’s first indoor plant-based air purifier. We took a large body of unstructured educational material and turned it into highly usable medical guides. Today we are helping the Government of BC track and reduce industrial greenhouse gas emissions.
We are technologists and designers and we only have two rules – make good things and enjoy making them. The Button culture embraces setting aside time to enjoy their personal hobbies, become immersed in their own passion projects and further the development of their personal portfolio. Join us in our creative journey!
The Senior Full Stack Developer is responsible for the development and delivery of scalable web systems application in a continuous deployment environment. You’ll be responsible for iteratively constructing applications in a test-driven environment, following DevOps best practices. The ideal candidate for this role will be adept at handling a complex back-end environment, and creating an accessible, clean and interactive user experience.
In this role, you’ll be working as part of an Agile team in a creative work-space where multi-disciplinary teams of public servants and private sector consultants can learn, and in turn implement, new ways of working using technology as an enabler.
Preferred skills include experience with:
This is a full-time role, situated in Victoria BC starting mid-May 2019, and running to March 31, 2020, with a high likelihood to extend employment on other ongoing Button projects.