Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
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2020-08-10

'backend development'

-Development tasks include backend development, designing and deploying services, integrations with and consumption of third party services, database development, unit testing and mock data generation, development of regression testing scenarios and scripts -This position will cover some DevOps responsibilities, especially pertaining to change management and source control, continuous integration, and deploying and maintaining test and production environments. This may include some scripting and automation tasks, test development, database management activities, and server configuration management -Responsibilities will include analysis of requirements, authoring of documentation, and detailed design, both independently and as part of a team -Work with other engineers, designers, and test engineers to bring prototypes to life -Participate in agile software planning and development activities including daily standups, user story and task organization and grooming activities, and effort estimation -Monitoring technical performance of applications to ensure code optimisations -Troubleshoot and debug applications

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[“apply@hotosm.org”, “https://www.hotosm.org/jobs/junior-developer/”]

Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) is a US-based NGO and global community of thousands of volunteers working together to use maps and open data for humanitarian response and the Sustainable Development Goals. We’re seeking a skilled and enthusiastic ‘full-stack’ individual fluent in a variety of programming languages, databases, and front-end programming to support a passionate team of humanitarian hacktivists. The role will support the HOT tech team in collaboratively delivering a range of open source solutions that support HOT in our strategic ambition to map an area home to one billion people. The Junior Developer will be part of an agile team building tools to assist with the collection and communication of humanitarian data, coalescing around geospatial information. The work will predominantly be focused on backend ‘crunching’, however, front-end skills will also get a good workout. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to grow and be mentored by some of the humanitarian sector’s leading geospatial technologists.