Front End Software Engineer
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Commercial drones have the potential to revolutionize mining, construction, and civil engineering. They reduce costs, improve worker safety, enable transparency and collaboration, and shave days or weeks off standard tasks.
We’re the technology company that’s already making that happen.
At Propeller Aero, we work every day to improve how worksites are managed around the world. We close the information gap between a physical worksite and the people managing it. We believe that everyone should be able to see their data and measure and manage their site themselves
Our top-tier team puts the power of drone imagery into a user-friendly toolkit. We do this through our 3D, cloud-based platform, where sophisticated engineering and photogrammetry meets intuitive design and simple workflows. Supported by our engineering team and AeroPoints hardware, we translate raw site data into readable, actionable information for our users.
Great engineering is our keystone. Without it, we couldn’t be good data translators and our vision would be unworkable. It’s our practical, results-driven side. It’s the “how” of solving everyday problems. Propeller is comprised of tight-knit, decentralized teams. Our people have the freedom to approach, own, and solve problems creatively. We’re 100% about impact, and 0% about ego. Want to know what our team actually says about us? Check out our Glassdoor here.
You’ll be building the interface for Propeller’s 3D web platform for site analysis, which allows people on worksites to use drone data to make their job safer, faster, and better.
You’ll be transforming the way worksites all over the globe use drone data. You'll play a critical role in a rapidly growing high-tech startup, solving real problems every day—and having fun while you're at it.
Right now, we’ve got more than 7,000 worksites in 120-plus countries using our products and we’re growing exponentially. Why aren’t you a part of it?
You’re a front-end software engineer through and through, which you’re pretty happy about because you’re stellar at your job and take pride in your work. (Your boss or client is likely to be extremely upset to hear you’re moving on.)
You’re excited about developing Propeller’s 3D mapping and data analytics cloud platform. You’re an expert its core technologies and a have broader knowledge about modern development stack (back end, databases, APIs, microservices, etc.).
You love building powerful, modern web interfaces, and you’ve worked with modern frameworks and libraries such as React, Redux, Lodash, Vue, or similar.
You’ve got a great eye for workflows and highly interactive user interfaces—but you're ready for way more than that.
You understand how to evaluate and analyze features, defects, and bugs, and provide robust working solutions. In turn, you’re familiar with testing frameworks and utilities.
You love understanding and analyzing the best work out there and tweaking it to make it better in a new feature. Then, you have another cold, hard look at your work, take on feedback, and level up again.
- Strong knowledge of HTML and CSS.
- Familiarity with testing frameworks and utilities such as Jest, Enzyme, or Storybook.
- Frameworks and libraries: React, Redux, Lodash, Vue, or similar ones.
- Past work with APIs and microservices.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Excellent collaborative skills and ability to be part of a close-knit but globally spread-out team.
- Rendering experience with WebGL, canvas, SVG, etc.
- CSS pre- and post processors, CSS-in-JS, Styled Components.
- An understanding of Node.js, Webpack and Babel.
- Experience with AWS, and with Cesium, Leaflet, or Three.js.
- Geospatial experience and know-how.
We’re 5/5 on Glassdoor and, according to our Culture Amp survey, 100% of people here would recommend us as a great place to work. We offer employee stock options, paid parental leave, and a beautiful office with stocked kitchens in Surry Hills, not to mention the best roof deck in Sydney. We take being a good place to work pretty seriously.