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Django Web Developer

Location:
Point 97, Portland, Oregon
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Attn: Django Web Developer

Summary:

The ocean is a big place and we have room to grow. Point 97 is a for-profit Ecotrust company building apps for coastal and marine management in regions around the world. Our products connect people with place, bridge different perspectives, and help people manage resources in more transparent ways. Looking for a meaningful place to spend your days?  You just found it.

Responsibilities:

We’re looking for a full-time developer interested in building web and mobile tools to collect and visualize data, particularly spatial data, in innovative and intuitive ways. Do you love crafting cool charts and maps? Do you like thinking about and organizing big data relationships? Would you like to build web and mobile apps for cultures, people, and spaces surrounded by and tied to water? We do. The right developers for our team are focused on continually creating the best, most efficient code and willing to jump in at either the front- or back-end, with an eye on API development.

Qualifications:

Key preferences and skills that would make a good match:

  • Energized by opportunities to innovate
  • Penchant for scalable applications
  • Comfortable in Python/Django/Angular
  • Interest in pushing devops efficiencies
  • Commitment to test-driven development
  • Serious database/ORM chops
  • Desire to spatially connect and display data in ever-improving ways

We build HTML5 apps that gather data from different sources, push the limits of web mapping with Leaflet/Openlayers/PostGIS, feed on a steady diet of new, open source tech and design patterns, and, most importantly, listen to our clients and stay focused on our triple-bottom-line roots.

How To Apply:

If all this sounds great, we’d love to hear from you. Send a message to explaining why you want to come on board, along with your resume, portfolio, LinkedIn, GitHub, etc. so we can get to know you. We fill our spots when the right people surface.

Multiple Volunteer Positions (Sundown Concert Series)

Location:
Portland, Oregon
Anticipated Start Date:
07-10-2014
End Date:
07-31-2014
Application Deadline:
07-05-2014
Reports To:
Courtney Moss
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Attn: Multiple Volunteer Positions (Sundown Concert Series)

Summary:

Ecotrust is throwing our fabulous, informational and free concert series again this summer (starring awesome local bands, celebrating community, and featuring local orgs and businesses in an Innovation Showcase). For more info about the concerts, please visit: http://www.ecotrust.org/project/sundown/

There are concerts on each of these Thursdays in July: July 10th, July 17th, July 24th and July 31th. Volunteer shifts are from 2pm-6:15pm and 5:45pm-10pm.

Responsibilities:

Event Launch Team: 2pm-6:15pm (10-12 people needed each night)

  • Helping set up tables and tents
  • Setting up signage, recycling bins, bike valet, etc.
  • Helping setup the Ecotrust booth (carting, hanging, stacking)
  • Once the event starts at 5pm: Helping at the ‘door’, general runner duties, monitoring composting and recycling
  • Helping with the Green Room (that’s right–getting water for the rock stars!)

Closing Team: 5:45pm–10pm (10-12 people needed each night)

  • Helping at the ‘door’, general runner duties, monitoring composting and recycling
  • Helping with the Green Room (that’s right–getting water for the rock stars!)
  • At the end of the event (8:30pm): Helping tear down the Ecotrust booth and putting away supplies
  • Helping with general teardown (tables, signage, etc)

Qualifications:

This opportunity is for volunteers 18 and over. Please note that the volunteer duties do include standing for long periods of time, moving through crowds, and lifting and moving tables and other equipment (with the help of other volunteers and staff).

How To Apply:

Please email  with preferred shift(s) by close of business on the day of the application deadline listed above. (Do not email jobs@ecotrust.org nor fill out a full application.)

Additional Information:

Ecotrust’s mission is to inspire fresh thinking that creates economic opportunity, social equity, and environmental wellbeing. Our goal is to foster a natural model of development that creates more resilient communities, economies, and ecosystems here and around the world.

Front End Web Developer

Location:
Portland, Oregon
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Attn: Front End Web Developer

Summary:

The ocean is a big place and we have room to grow. Point 97 is a for-purpose Ecotrust company building apps for coastal and marine management in regions around the world. Our products connect people with place, bridge different perspectives, and help people manage resources in more transparent ways. Looking for a meaningful place to spend your days? You just found it.

Responsibilities:

We are looking for a full-time, experienced Front End Web Developer to build web and mobile tools to collect and visualize data, particularly spatial data, in innovative and intuitive ways. Interested in crafting the front end of apps designed to support cultures, people, and spaces tied to the ocean? We are and do.

Qualifications:

The right developers for our team are focused on continually creating the best, most efficient code. They have experience in Django/Python, practice TDD, and are comfortable applying agile processes to their practice. Key experiences and skills that would make a great match include:

  • Experience building advanced, single page applications using Javascript/HTML/CSS
  • Comfortable with at least one Javascript Framework (we use Angular and Knockout)
  • Experience with asynchronous application development
  • Thorough understanding of REST and APIs
  • Deep understanding of data binding and templates
  • Development experience with the DOM
  • Proven ability to author reusable components
  • Experience building hybrid (web view) mobile applications

We build HTML5 apps that gather data from the world around us, push the limits of web mapping, and, most importantly, listen to our clients and stay focused on our triple bottom line roots.

How To Apply:

If all this sounds great, we’d love to hear from you. Send a message to explaining why you want to come on board, along with your resume, portfolio, LinkedIn, GitHub, etc. so we can get to know you. We fill our spots when the right people surface.