Boundless is a high-growth software company that gives customers powerful Spatial IT software to free enterprises from proprietary alternatives. Founded as not-for-profit in 2002, Boundless develops and supports open-source software for managing spatial data and building maps and applications. Following impressive global adoption of OpenGeo Suite, the company received venture capital financing from Vanedge Capital and In-Q-Tel and was spun out as an independent corporation in April 2013. The geospatial industry has +$270B in annual revenue and Boundless is aggressively launching new products and solutions to disrupt incumbent proprietary players. The expert developers at Boundless enjoy a fun and flexible work environment and exceptional benefits while building Spatial IT solutions for some of the largest corporations and government organizations. Our customers already include major energy, telecommunications, utilities, civilian, defense, NGOs and other large enterprises worldwide.
Boundless is seeking a Web Developer in our Victoria, BC office to deliver beautiful and functional interfaces to spatial data. This position will take responsibility for front end web development, specifically integrating with existing (and new) service and data interfaces. You'll be working with our design team to create industry-leading web applications for the modern web
The ideal candidate offers:
We offer competitive salaries, stock options, flexible hours, three weeks of vacation, great health/dental/vision coverage, and a 401K plan with employer matching — but ask anyone at Boundless their favorite thing about their job, and they will give you one answer: their coworkers. We have an amazing team of passionate, creative, and incredibly bright people distributed from Austria to Argentina, with higher concentrations in New York, NY, Washington DC, and Victoria, BC.
Send your resume and a cover letter to http://boundless.theresumator.com/apply/yRowO0/Web-Developer Be sure to let us know why you’re interested in working for Boundless!