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St. Louis - 4 jobs in April 2016

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The Climate Corporation (San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis) Full time - http://climate.com/careers

Climate is using Clojure to build weather and agronomic models to help farmers farm better.

====== Why I love it ======

– Climate is making a huge impact in the agricultural industry.

– I am surrounded by super smart people who all share an attitude of openness and mentorship.

– I work with some of the top scientists in the fields of climatology, agronomy, data science, and remote sensing.

– I build large-scale systems that process and serve trillions of pixels of satellite imagery.

– I release open-source Clojure software as part of my job.

===== Who we’re looking for =====

We're looking for engineers of all kinds! Check out http://climate.com/careers.

===== How to apply =====

If you apply through this link you should get priority: http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?c=qT59VfwM&...

Or please email me directly at skhalsa@climate.com.


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Riot Games - Los Angeles, CA / St. Louis, MO - Onsite - Full-Time - Software Engineer

We make the game League of Legends, which by various metrics is the most played PC game in the world. That means we have some really fun problems that come with operating at scale, worldwide, 24/7.

We're hiring for a bunch of things (http://riotgames.com/careers) in a few locations worldwide, but I wanted to specifically plug my team, Service Availability. We basically manage all the 'behind the scenes' stuff from data centers to backend microservices. It feels like a tech startup within a game company -- many of our engineers have tech-industry backgrounds (Google, Amazon, Netflix, MS etc).

Engineering blog: https://engineering.riotgames.com/

We're solving problems from the infrastructure layer up, making it easy for developers internally to launch and operate services worldwide, regardless of the underlying hardware/cloud. e.g. building a Docker-based cluster, deployment and build tools, microservice frameworks and interoperability standards, monitoring, logging, and other developer-experience type features. We're also working on services that use that stack to deliver awesome new things to players, e.g. the Riot API. We write a lot of Go, which I'm really excited about.

Our culture is also really interesting, especially for a games company. We've got some Fortune awards etc, but the TLDR is: we have work-life balance, we are focused around personal growth, individuals are very empowered to make change and be part of decision making, and we are very feedback-driven. If you like working in a silo we are not the place for you. We value engineering breadth and the ability to level others up.

If you're a gamer with a tech industry background (you don't have to be a massive League of Legends player, but if you hate the game, you probably won't have a great time working here), you like developer platforms, microservices, distributed systems and scaling problems... we should talk. I'm jlees at riotgames dot com, Jellybear ingame, or you can apply via our site.

PS: Working at a games company surrounded by people who love games as much as you do is really freakin' cool.


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DICOM Grid - Phoenix AZ, or REMOTE - Senior UI Developer

DICOM Grid, a SaaS start-up in the healthcare technology field, is looking for a JavaScript developer to maintain and enhance DICOM Grid’s front-end medical image sharing and reading web application. You will report to the Director of Dev Ops.

Familiarity with modern front-end web development is essential, including but not limited to HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, LESS, JQuery, Underscore, Handlebars, Backbone, and TypeScript. Experience working in the medical industry (DICOM, HL7, PACS, etc.) would be a bonus, but is not required. The ideal candidate would be able to work independently with minimal supervision, and be enthusiastic about keeping up-to-date with the latest web technologies.

The team is distributed with team members working remotely in Phoenix, Boston, New York, Utah, and St. Louis.

Position Responsibilities - Plan, evaluate, implement, test, and document new features and bug fixes for the DICOM Grid web application. - Work with other development team members to integrate with backend services. - Work with DevOps to deploy code into our production and UAT environments. - Work with customers and professional services to gather requirements. - Conform to company standard operating procedures.

What qualifies you to join? - A combination of a college degree in CS, Math, Physics, or related, relevant work experience, and/or a strong open source portfolio. - General interest in the healthcare field. - Strong communication and interpersonal skills. - High enthusiasm and desire to work on an entrepreneurial team. - Roll-up-the sleeves attitude is a must. - Meticulous attention to detail with strong organization skills. - Heavy emphasis will be placed on problem solving skills, personal initiative and good people management/relationship skills. Sense of humor is mandatory.

Logistics - This is virtual position, so you must be able to work from home effectively - Base salary and stock options depend on experience; health insurance, paid holidays, and vacation are part of the package.

Send your resume along with links to your StackOverflow, GitHub profiles, etc. to jobs@dicomgrid.com. For bonus points, include a solution to the following short task, including code in JavaScript or the frontend language of your choice: given a JSON object conforming to the schema { value: ..., collapsed: (true|false), children: [...] }, where children is an array of objects conforming to the same schema, and a function render taking values to DOM elements, layout the information for read-only display, with the ability to expand/collapse individual nodes. The aim of the exercise is to demonstrate familiarity with JavaScript, so a very basic UI is all that is needed.


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  Location: Greater St. Louis Area, MO
  Remote: Yes
  Willing to relocate: Yes
  Technologies: JavaScript/CSS/HTML
  Résumé/CV: https://lewis1371.github.io/Portfolio/dist/
  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/luisancheta
  GitHub: https://github.com/Lewis1371