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Job Description

We’re looking for someone who has experience in working across many technologies/projects and wants the chance to work with a growing team of hard-working and inquisitive group of remote designers, developers, and geospatial experts. It’s OK if you identify as a front-end or back-end developer, but you should have some experience with both.

There are no specific technologies/language requirements for the role, but to date, most of our projects have been building cloud based geospatial technologies and developing responsive web applications. Our go to solutions usually include: Python, React/Angular, GitHub Actions and deployed in one of AWS/Google Cloud/Azure platforms. Extended skill sets are a plus.

Benefits

  • Work remotely within Canada or United Kingdom
  • 20 days vacation, 5 personal days with options to increase
  • Medical and extended health benefits
  • Access to training opportunities, including unlimited Udemy
  • Visa sponsorship available for exceptional candidates
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Working and living

Remote-first office

Slack is our headquarters, where we support a hybrid, fully distributed workforce globally.

For your comfort

In addition to providing the initial tools to work, Sparkgeo also provides an annual allowance for office equipment to make sure you can do your best work.

Health and wellness

Subsidized medical, dental and vision for you and your family.

Work perks

Whether that’s flexibility on work practices, work schedules, and offices – we put an emphasis on flexibility.

Visa Sponsorship
Available for exceptional candidates

To apply
Email your résumé to [email protected]

Underrepresented groups
We encourage everyone to apply.

More about Sparkgeo
Visit our Jobs page to learn more about who we are, and how we work.

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