#1 of 4Spire Global (http://www.spire.com)| Locations: Glasgow; San Francisco; Singapore | VISA OK | Onsite only
Spacecraft Hardware Engineer (Glasgow) | Spacecraft Software Engineer (Any)
Keywords: Satellites, Space, Linux, C, Python, embedded systems, RTOS, microcontrollers, electronics and hardware, distributed systems and networking, EE, PCBs, etc.
Overview: Spire is a global nano-satellite powered data platform. We build and launch small remote-sensing "cubesats" to capture valuable data from the earth which we then offer to companies (AIS tracking and Maritime domain awareness, weather/climate, etc.).
On June 30th we announced our $40M series B led by Promus Ventures with participation from Bessemer Venture Partners (Skybox). This additional capital will help fuel our growth as we expand and advance the capabilities of our technology, and work to launch our first constellation of 20 cubesats by late 2015.
We are a fast moving, energetic start-up applying agile development principles to a traditionally sluggish and overly-burdened industry (and having fun doing it).
You will never be bored at Spire!
Please email Darin@spire.com if you are interested in learning more. Previous work in satellites not required.
#2 of 4JPMorgan Athena | NYC and London | ONSITE
I expect you’ve heard of JPMorgan at some point, but probably aren’t familiar with Athena. We’re the bank’s in-house platform for cross-asset pricing, risk management, trade management, e-trading, etc.. There’s a core division (cleverly named “Athena Core”) of about 150 engineers which builds a platform and development libraries that are then used by over 5,000 developers throughout the bank.
The Core Analytics team currently has 8 members and is responsible for extending Athena to research teams and for reducing the gap between research and production use. To give a simplified example, our typical customer is a quant who might be attempting to create a new pricing model. Core Analytics would help him access relevant data sets, explore that data with a library of common statistical functions to, verify the new model with a back-testing framework, and then finally publish the model to production.
Python and C++ are the primary languages, but we’re open to considering exceptional developers with any background. Finance experience is certainly not required. Our two main offices are in NYC and London; we also have satellites in Tel Aviv, Tokyo, and Singapore.
Email Christine.firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
#3 of 4MyDoc, https://my-doc.com | Singapore, ONSITE, VISA | ReactJS
MyDoc is a healthcare communications startup - providing doctors, patients and businesses with the opportunity to manage their healthcare systems reliably and efficiently. We are preparing to launch a new platform and are looking for a web/front-end developer to join our engineering team.
Our ideal candidate has experience building modern web apps with ReactJS, cares deeply about UI/UX, and is motivated to learn new technologies and to reflect on best practices.
At MyDoc we also use PHP/Laravel, Objective-C, Java (Android), Clojure, MySQL, and RabbitMQ. Experience with any of these would be a plus, but is not required.
If this sounds interesting, send your CV to email@example.com. Be sure to mention Hacker News!
#4 of 4Fabnami | multiple positions | remote | onsite Zurich or Singapore | full-time; freelancer; intern | computational geometry; AWS; node.js; python; C++; backbone.js; good math background
Fabnami is an e-commerce website solution for 3D-printing service bureaus. We are taking our software to the next level and we need reinforcement. Please check out https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/fabnami and http://fabnami.com Email firstname.lastname@example.org, no recruiting firms or job boards.