Ladybug Tools is hiring for two open positions

Ladybug Tools is hiring for two open positions

Ladybug Tools is hiring

For those who haven’t heard of Ladybug Tools before, it is an open source collection of free computer applications that support environmental design and education connecting 3D Computer-Aided Design (CAD) interfaces to a host of validated simulation engines. Although Ladybug Tools do ship platform agnostic libraries, it is currently primarily only usable with proprietary tools, but there is a project underway to make it available for Blender.

Founder Mostapha Roudsari writes: Our team is growing! Come join us as a frontend, backend or a full stack developer.

Ladybug Tools is looking for new team members to join our team. We’re a technology company providing software and consulting services for environmental building design and simulation. We create and maintain software for building simulation, including the well-known Ladybug Tools. We are currently building our next big thing – Pollination – which you will be working on after joining the team! Pollination is a collaborative web platform for energy and environmental simulation. To learn more about Pollination, you can watch our presentation at the AEC Tech 2020 symposium.

For more information see the job posts on Ladybug Tools forum. A brief summary is provided below.

The frontend role is remote and will be dealing with the UI and design of the new Pollination Cloud system. The stack is composed of React, Ant Design, NextJs, Firebase, and Google Cloud. Proficiency with Javascript / Typescript, Github, React, and UI and UX design is desirable. In addition familiarity with visualisation libraries like d3.js and THREE.js is very desirable.

The backend role is remote and will be dealing with a wide range of tasks, from a user-facing Pollination API to managing a Kubernetes cluster. The backend is written entirely in Python and use microservices but other languages are possible too. Knowledge of REST API design, Docker, SQL, and cloud platforms is desirable. Knowledge of building environmental simulations is a bonus.

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