Frontend engineer for sustainable fish farming
- BioSort AS
- Frontend Engineer
We are developing our product - iFarm - a system that utilizes computer vision, deep learning, and biometrics to create individualized health records for farmed fish. The result is increased fish welfare and sustainability, while lowering production cost for fish farmers.
Our prototypes are tested in real-world environments with over 150 000 fish per cage, and multiple cages per season. Our goal is to create a solution that seamlessly handles all stages from machine vision to sorting fish, generating and visualizing health records, and timely reporting of events for easy decision making. For that we utilize a modern technology stack (Rust, Kubernetes, Kafka, Datadog, React, etc.) to power our hardware and cloud infrastructure. We are focused on developing high quality software and apply code reviews, design docs, service contracts and automated testing in CI/CD pipelines. We follow agile methodology in general, and Kanban in particular, in our product development.
At BioSort we seek the greatest minds from various fields of expertise to bring in new ideas and initiatives. Every employee is part of the whole to realize the vision. Does this sound interesting to you, then join this amazing journey as Frontend Engineer!
You will be:
the sole frontend engineer in a team of backend and computer vision engineers. As such, your responsibilities will include:
- Taking over responsibility for design, development, architecture, vision and direction of all things under the umbrella of - "frontend".
- Taking over our existing frontend solution(s), previously maintained by a skilled consultant (it's good code, mostly React, Redux and typescript).
- Collaborating with the backend team in the design of great user-friendly APIs.
- Collaborating with our customers in order to understand and translate into user stories their requirements as far as user interfaces go.
An ideal candidate would be proficient with the following:
(do keep in mind - these are not hard requirements - we value willingness to learn and grow more than X years of experience with Y):
- REST architecture and, consequently, the idea of service contracts between frontend and the backend.
- Modern web frontend frameworks (React, Angular, that kind of stuff).
- Principles of cloud-based microservices architecture.
- CI/CD development method.
- Ability to work independently, but still within Kanban framework with rest of the team.
- Basic knowledge of what kubernetes is and how it works.
- Some proficiency with desktop frontend frameworks (things like Qt, gtk, electron, WPF).
- An environment where your opinion matters, and you can make great impact
- Exciting technology development in a multidisciplinary team of passionate, highly skilled, and inspiring colleagues
- Nice open office, by the water
- Workshop with salt water test pool
- Coffee from Solberg & Hansen in the office
- Several good Cantinas, Coffee shop, Gym, and KIWI in the building
BioSort has an inclusive culture and focused on having fun at work. Our team consist of outstanding people with extensive experience within computer vision, software, optics, and mechanical product design. The founders of BioSort have long experience in product development and technology management from Tomra Systems ASA. BioSort’s ambition is to be the world leader in sensor-based optimization of fish resources.
- Martin Linges vei 25, 1364 Fornebu
- Industri og produksjon,
- Maritim og offshore
- IT utvikling / Front-end,
- IT utvikling / Utvikler (generell),
- IT utvikling / App utvikler
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Martin Linges vei 25, 1364 Fornebu
|Sist endret||3. nov. 2023 13:30|