EnergySavvy is looking to grow our productive development team. We know that politics and bureaucracy never make for great products, so we focus on results and creating high-quality, user-centric software. Ideas and innovation thrive in our open, meritocratic culture.
Software engineering is the heart of our company. We rely on developers to work across the company to drive features and come up with innovative ideas. Our engineering team iterates rapidly with a focus on clean coding. This means a leaner specification process and an excellent end product that's been built with the type of feedback you can only get by trying out aspects of each feature as they're developed
As a software engineer at EnergySavvy, you'll work with Django, Python, React, nginx and PostgreSQL, and deploy your creations early and often to live customers.
We don't care if you've never tried Python or Django. EnergySavvy embraces smart software engineers who are eager to learn, and if you've created great projects in Rails or other MVC frameworks, you'll pick it up fast.
- You're passionate about learning web technologies, and have experience with modern engineering techniques (Mercurial/Git, staging, continuous integration, etc).
- You have a Computer Science degree or equivalent with a strong foundation in data structures and algorithms.
EnergySavvy is a cloud software company that helps utilities transform their customer experience and operations. EnergySavvy provides personalized customer insights, breakthrough customer engagement, and automated program delivery with the industry's only platform purpose-built to enhance the customer experience and increase operational efficiency. More than 30 utilities and state programs rely on EnergySavvy to enable customer experience transformation in the modern, digital customer era.
We believe in diversity, not merely because it’s a mechanism for happier, more productive teams, but because we believe we have an obligation to work against structural discrimination. As such, we don't discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.