Job description: public
iSumio is a Scottish company – our mission is to help you know all kinds of value as easily as financial value.
Why – we think you should be able to compare the social and environmental impact of purchases as easily as you can compare prices. Everyone needs to do this if we are to avoid irreversible global warming and achieve a fair society.
How – we create novel software solutions that balance innovation with proven technologies.
What – we provide simple and practical tools for organisations and people. These give access to data insights that are timely, accurate, authenticated, and granular.
Our software tools give you the right data when you need it – helping you make better choices.
We value diversity in our team and want everyone to feel included. We strive to be an equal opportunities employer that does not tolerate harassment or discrimination.
Climate change is the biggest challenge facing humanity. Our first product – Neoni – enables companies to play their part by harnessing carbon reduction as the next big competitive advantage.
Neoni embeds an accounting mindset to enable companies to understand their greenhouse gas emissions more accurately and comprehensively than current solutions. At launch, Neoni will include software tools for companies, particularly in the manufacturing sector, and public sector analysts.
Neoni makes it easy for companies to understand their total emissions. Currently this is difficult because most emissions are indirect. Indirect emissions embedded in a company’s supply chains are typically 11 times a company’s direct emissions – yet these are often hard to trace beyond the first tier in a supply chain.
Neoni implements an innovative approach to solving this problem. It meets and exceeds the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) protocol for companies to calculate their emissions.
iSumio won the CivTech 6 Challenge 1 to “help manufacturing businesses decarbonise while building resilience and strengthening competitive advantage”. We have been contracted by the Scottish Government to develop a beta solution by the end of 2022.
Remote. UK/ Scotland preferred.
You will initially work on our Neoni product. Neoni is a suite of apps for companies and public sector analysts to track greenhouse gas emissions. Companies use Neoni to plan more sustainable practices and analysts use Neoni to provide data to government ministers and design better policies.
You will strengthen the capacity of our small and dynamic team, working closely with our front-end and back-end developers. We are a fast growing start-up. To succeed, you will have a versatile skillset and be comfortable doing different types of work. We collaborate with external development teams from time to time, which will expose you to people with additional technical expertise and specialisms.
You will work on a variety of tasks, including:
Build out our server-side technology
It is written in TypeScript and PostgreSQL and uses Adonis.js
Design and implement APIs for consumption by a React application
Work with React developers on design and implementation of the server-side technology
Ops and Devops tasks around automation of infrastructure deployments
With Ansible, Linux and Cloud APIs
And focus on operational efficiency and future scaling
With a keen eye on infrastructure security and access control
Automating software deployments
Including zero-downtime deployments
Immediate start. Current funding until 1 Jan 2023 and expected to continue beyond that
Minimum 30 hours per week
Flexible working hours, provided that key scheduled meetings are covered, generally within UK office hours, can be 4 or 5 days per week
Contractor or staff (PAYE)
At least 5 years of professional experience.
Next.js React app or similar frameworks
Configuring databases and experience with data heavy apps
Ops and Devops
Experience delivering software for business customers, like accounting apps or similar
Familiarity with RDF and Linked Data
Emphasis on security (MFA, access control, SSH)
Identity & credential management
Some front-end knowledge, enough to communicate with the rest of the team
You don’t need to be a full stack developer, but if you also have front-end experience, we also have a role for you
Minimum £50,000 per year (Full time equivalent, depending on experience)
Send a CV and cover letter to: email@example.com