Support the health and education systems of developing countries, work from a beautiful island, and enjoy flexible arrangements like regular wfh days
Tupaia.org is a data visualisation platform with a purpose. We support various NGOs and government aid agencies working in low-resource countries (mainly the Pacific Islands and South East Asia) to strengthen health and education systems. Current projects range from an emergency operations centre in Laos, to malaria tracking in Papua New Guinea, to a Pacific-wide early warning system for diseases like measles and COVID-19.
* Back end development: node, express, API design, integrating with third party APIs, auth, offline-first synchronisation engines
* Front end development: react, react-native, redux (with sagas and/or thunks), material-ui, styled-components
* Testing: jest, mocha, chai, sinon, cypress
* Devops: AWS, docker, codeship
The office is on the beautiful Waiheke Island – an amazing place to live and work. If you don’t live on the island, it’s just a 35 minute ferry from downtown Auckland, plus we have flexible options available (including regular work from home days, and/or working reduced hours).
With around a dozen talented developers and testers across Melbourne and Waiheke, we’re a small, friendly group of people bonded by a desire to make awesome technology, and put it to good use in the world. We hope to find someone else who is technically talented, excited by the work we do, and will pay special attention to applications from underrepresented communities in the tech industry. If you’d like to join us, email your CV and cover letter to [email protected] by the 15th of July. To prove you’ve read the job ad, please mention your favourite fruit.
Please note that we also have a position open for a tester.
How to Apply
Email your CV and cover letter to [email protected]
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