Full Stack Software Engineer
South San Francisco, CA
At Plenty, we're on a mission to give people in local communities everywhere access to the freshest, most amazing tasting produce possible. And to do so in a way that's better for the planet.
The people and teams who make up Plenty are at the core of how we do that. We are an ag-tech company looking for a Full Stack Software Engineer to join the Software and Data team to support creating an operating system built for high precision, high automation farming.
About the Role
You will be responsible for building full stack web applications and microservices for farm operators and plant scientists to monitor, control and optimize production and laboratory processes. You will be joining a collaborative team of engineers with a strong software development background. We are process-light and rely on strong architecture and automation to maximize the impact of our small team.
What You'll Do
- Develop a strong understanding of farm operations and all supporting systems, services and data flows
- Work closely with farm operators and plant scientists to understand the needs and opportunities for system automation and improvement
- Collaborate closely with a cross-functional engineering team to design, build, test, deploy, operate and evolve your software creations
What We're Looking For
- BS and/or MS in Computer Science or other Engineering discipline
- Experience in software engineering in internships or 0-2 years in industry
- Fluency in Python and/or Java
- Some experience building production SaaS products
- Demonstrate curiosity, creativity, initiative, and diligence
- Experience with SQL, Git, Docker, Kubernetes, and/or cloud platforms
- Experience with Flask, Dropwizard, React, and/or AWS a plus
Plenty is here to change the way people eat, making extraordinary flavor and nutrition more available in a way that's better for people and the planet. We build farms that can put craveable flavor first while delivering exceptional yields. And our produce is always pesticide-free and grown using less than 1% of the land and 5% of the water of outdoor farming.
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