Earthmover is hiring
We are hiring two founding engineers to help us build our first products.
How do we best utilize software and data to tackle our planet's most urgent challenges? Being part of the answer to this question is why I am so excited about what we're building at Earthmover. I was trained as an engineer and a climate scientist, and previously co-founded CarbonPlan, a non-profit working to improve the quality of climate solutions through open data and tools. For the past ten years, I’ve been developing open source software and community projects that help scientists and engineers to make better use of climate and weather data. Collectively, we have a lot of work to do to address the climate crisis, and today, I'm more sure than ever that software and data are going to be key elements of our collective response to the challenges ahead.
A few months ago, Ryan Abernathey and I started Earthmover. As he wrote in his recent post, we’re building a "modern data stack" for science. Our mission is to empower our customers to use scientific data to address our planet’s most urgent challenges, particularly climate change.
As Earthmover's CTO, my first task is to build a world-class engineering team. I don't think it's an exaggeration to say we are looking for some of the best software engineers in the world. We have a compelling technical problem that directly supports our impact-focused mission. The years ahead are going to be very exciting!