CViz Senior Software Developer
CViz Senior Software Developer
The position will be open until filled.
Interviews will be scheduled on a rolling basis.
8 years of progressively responsible software developer experience.
Job Location: Houston-Clear Lake, TX. Optional full-time remote but must reside in Texas.
Salary range: $107,000-$120,480.
To apply please send a resume or CV, a cover letter, and a three-page writing sample to email@example.com
Are you passionate about programming for ArcGIS platforms? Would you like to create projects that have a tangible impact? Interested in making a difference for communities and decision-makers across the nation? For over a decade, the TCWP team has provided in-person mapping workshops using scenario planning and mapping technologies to provide an interactive, collaborative experience. These are designed for community staff, elected officials, and decision-makers to engage in data-driven, ‘what-if’ analysis of future land development scenarios. TCWP provides urban planning, hazard mitigation, and disaster recovery planning, consulting, and education for communities across the State of Texas and beyond. Our work focuses on practices that foster stakeholder-led, collaborative, and holistic solutions to reduce risks from floods and other hazards.
As a software developer with the Texas Community Watershed Partners Program (TCWP) you will help shape the next generation of community planning support software and applications. This is an outstanding opportunity for an early-career, very sharp, “T-shaped” (multi-talented) software application developer with strong professional skills and entrepreneurial spirit to contribute to a small, energetic team developing state-of-the-art solutions. TCWP recently became the home to CommunityViz™ software, an award-winning GIS software providing a platform for planners and citizens to learn and choose the places they love. This software empowers GIS analysts and planners to generate complex, custom, and highly accurate urban analytics, including scenarios, suitability analysis, build-out potential, impact analysis, and more. CommunityViz™ supports geospatial planning and research efforts, and the software requires complex and challenging software needs.
Your Skills & Experience:
We are seeking a highly organized, solutions-oriented candidate with excellent communication and strong analytical skills. The candidate should be highly motivated, and detail-oriented with successful and demonstrable experience in designing, implementing, and supporting enterprise applications and solutions in a structured programming environment. The candidate should have strong spatial conceptual, analytical, and reasoning abilities, with excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates should be adaptable to the growth of the team and work well in virtual teams.
- Lead the development and maintenance of existing and new GIS applications that support community and residential planning.
- Create elegant and scalable software.
- Prepares reports on product programming activities.
- Contributes to other aspects of the product lifecycle, including planning, architecture, design, testing, documentation, and release.
- Review of contractual submissions supporting product development, beta testing, validation of completeness, and verification that the scope of work and product intent have been met.
- Take initiative to solve complex development problems.
- Provide Tier 2 technical support for users.
- Be a founding team member, with the opportunity to guide our product, our culture, and the overall business.
- Use your passion for technology and solving users’ problems to drive product outcomes.
- As a member of the product team, collaboratively develop overall product vision, strategy, and roadmap.
Prior commercial development experience is highly desired. Additional criteria to include:
- BS in computer science, engineering, geography, GIS, or related fields.
- Strong knowledge of object-oriented design principles and Agile development approaches.
- Attention to detail and knowledge of software best practices.
- ArcGIS API for Python
- ArcGIS Pro or Enterprise SDK
Additional Desired Skills
- Knowledge of Esri products
- Experience in commercial-quality application development.
- Experience with formats such as GeoJSON and some experience working with GeoTIFF or other geospatial raster formats preferred but not required.
- Knowledge of WPF/MVVM design patterns.
- Experience or past contribution to open-source projects on GitHub preferred, but not required.
- Familiarity with testing, such as writing tests for Python web applications using Pytest (or similar).
- Machine Learning or Natural Language Processing methodologies
- Artificial intelligence and ChatGPT API(s)
- C++ programming language
- Amazon Web Services (AWS)
- Leaflet or MapBox GL
Core areas of expertise in one or more of the listed fields:
- Digital Transformation
- SaaS (software as a service)
- Low-Code/No-Code solutions
- Emerging Technologies
- Data Analytics and Visualization
- Information Assurance
- Cloud Solutions
- Business Process Re-Engineering.
Our Product Team:
The newly formed product team will update and refine scenario planning technologies to support community and user-led workflows for planning, mitigation, project identification, and impact assessments for both desktop and online applications. The product team members will collaborate to generate product development strategies, engage a broad array of stakeholders and users, develop requirements, and identify prototype and incremental revision releases. The product team is still forming. Multiple roles will be filled to support the expansion of our capabilities and team, and these roles include program director, project director, urban analyst, product manager, data engineer, business analyst, communications specialist, and operations support staff. A mix of in-house and contracted development work is envisioned to meet our team objectives.
Texas Community Watershed Partners (TCWP) provides urban planning, hazard mitigation, and disaster recovery planning, consulting, and education for communities across the State of Texas. Our approaches focus on practices that foster collaboration and holistic solutions to reduce risks from floods and other hazards. We engage the resources of Texas A&M University, AgriLife Extension Services, the
Disaster Assessment & Recovery, other academic teams, and State, and Federal agencies to aid and support community planning and preparedness – assessing impacts of development, identifying mitigation, and climate adaptation strategies. Texas A&M AgriLife is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer