STRICTLY NO AGENCIES
YOU MUST HAVE A LEGAL RIGHT TO WORK IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
About the job
We’re looking for a Software Engineer to support development and pre-commercial testing of our existing Home Energy Management System (HEMS) and integration of this with other hardware and software systems as part of a new EU Horizon 2020 innovation project on smart building systems.
This will involve:
There will be opportunities to work in other areas such as our Django-based Demand Response Management System (DRMS) and core business systems.
The recruitment process
We will produce a shortlist of applicants that we will invite to an online interview. In some cases we may ask you to complete an online assessment prior to the interview. We can provide feedback to those invited to interview but who were not successful on request (we do not have resources to provide feedback to applicants who are not shortlisted, sorry).
Most of the organisation is currently working remotely but, subject to changes in public health guidelines and other regulation, we are planning a phased return to work in the office (for those staff who are based in the office) in the Autumn. Some attendance in-office and on-site may be required as part of this job in future but many aspects can be done remotely.
Legal right to work in UK
By the time you commence your employment you must have a legal right to work in the UK. We are currently not in a position to act as a sponsor.
We’re an equal opportunity employer and we have flexible working practices. We encourage applications from anyone with suitable skills, no matter their background or ability. If you are interested in this position and feel you have the skills required to contribute to the organisation, then please apply!
Skills and experience we are looking for
About the Company
Carbon Co-op (https://carbon.coop) is an award-winning and fast-growing not-for-profit social enterprise based in Greater Manchester, UK. We pilot innovative low carbon projects and provide support services to our householder members and the wider community.
The energy systems team is an interdisciplinary team within Carbon Co-op which develops and operates services which enable our householder members to make the most of their home energy systems by integrating things like solar PV, EV charging, electric heating, and battery storage.
We use Python based software across the stack and modern development practices such as test driven development and continuous integration and deployment. This is an exciting chance to work on cutting-edge and innovative energy technology services.