We all need water; Waterly is revolutionizing the world of Water Treatment Plants and Wastewater Treatment Plants!

We are on a mission to modernize Water Operators’ lives transitioning from paper and clipboard to digital water management utilizing IoT devices and SCADA systems.

We enable Water Operators to gain insights into trending data, and generate regulatory reporting with ease. Our passion is for small to medium communities (population 1,000 to 150,000) who desire to digitize. With a 5-10% MoM growth, we currently have customers in 7 states and are excited to be rolling out to 16 states by the end of 2022!

Waterly is positioned to take advantage of upcoming regulatory changes due to the increasing global (including US) water shortage, as well as emerging trends in automation, IoT, and smart-city initiatives as they move into smaller municipalities.

We are hiring an awesome mid-level JavaScript/TypeScript developer to join us in building both our frontend React app and backend Node application!

You’ll be working remotely alongside our CTO and Senior Developer. If you’re located in the Chicagoland or Indianapolis area, we’ll occasionally meet up in person!

Ideally, you’ll be familiar with React, TypeScript and Node — but so long as you’re well versed in JavaScript and have a curious mind, you’ll pick up things no problem. We believe nobody starts in a role as an expert. We’re here to learn, grow, and build amazing software.

  • Looking at our roadmap, here are example projects you may work on with the team:
  • Helping build a visual dashboard that provides Water Operators visibility and insight into data entry progress and surface data problems (such as missing data, out of range values, etc.). Likely using D3.js or other visual libraries.
  • Helping build multithreaded/distributed backend services to process our many calculations from Operator inputs.
  • Helping build a more robust report system with e-signatures and archival functionality so that Water Operators may retrieve historical filed reports.
  • Building broader support of IoT enabled equipment that live streams data into Waterly.

This is just a taste; we have many exciting projects and problems to solve as we continue to scale and build impactful features.

Our current tech stack:
TypeScript / React / MaterialUI / Apollo GraphQL / Node / NX / .Net / Postgres / Auth0

As a mid-level JavaScript developer, we would expect you to participate in planning features with both technical and customer empathy. You’ll likely have 3+ years of experience, but we care less about years and more about your personal growth, projects you’ve worked on, and teams you’ve worked with. We don’t expect you to know much about water per-se, but you should be interested in learning!

Generally speaking, we’re looking for individuals who are curious, love to learn, and compassionate. We believe in assuming positive intent. We therefore believe in kind, open, growth-focused ideas and feedback. We deeply desire to see teammates succeed in reaching their potential. We love to celebrate individuals, team, and customer successes. We favor readable code over clever code. We trust each other and learn from each other. We strive only to be ‘good’ busy. We therefore also value a healthy work-life balance with an emphasis on life. We believe work should be fun.

We pay our Mid-Level Software Engineers $70,000 – 90,000 depending on their experience and impact.

We offer healthcare, vision, basic life insurance, short & long-term disability, and basic dental benefits. We have a 401k plan with a match. We provide paid time off within a guideline of 160-200 hours annually, which does not include company holidays.

We encourage meeting our customers, going on tours of Water / Wastewater Treatment Plants and attending Water Conferences to grow our collective knowledge and appreciation for water!

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Waterly is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We provide equal employment opportunities to individuals who are qualified to perform job requirements regardless of their race, color, sex, religion, national origin, citizenship status, age, physical or mental disability, veteran, sexual orientation, gender presentation, or other legally protected status.