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DescriptionEnergy Analytica was founded on the belief that the most valuable energy industry knowledge remains mostly hidden in untapped datasets and that those who unlock these hidden relationships stand to invest, communicate, and thrive better than their competitors.
Our employees have decades of successfully completing energy research projects and it is this experience that is our core asset. We know where to find the most relevant and granular energy industry data. We also take a holistic and realist approach to interpreting international business, global economics, and geopolitics, giving our customers an unmatched competitive edge in understanding the energy landscape.
Our experts are constantly working towards finding detailed energy data that can help support clients’ mission-critical objectives. Energy Analytica’s founding principle is that accessing and understanding large datasets unlocks fundamental patterns, allowing clients to focus on their core competencies, better engage and interact with their customers, and uncover hidden energy trends that lead to first mover advantages.
We are looking for a skilled software developer to support several internal projects. The ideal candidate must be highly independent, reliable, and responsive to feedback. He or she will be able to communicate effectively and openly with our staff about all aspects of the product development process. Tasks will include:
• Automate data collection from disparate online databases
• Maintain SQL database
• Develop front-end graphing capability for existing SQL database • Develop user interface for web based data tool
• Familiarity with Google Developer tools
• Design product functionality
• Maintain website (small percent of time) • Provide general technical support
This would be a great opportunity for someone who wants to get in on the ground floor of a start up in an exciting industry. Due to our size and needs, the prospective employee would immediately get responsibilities and exposure to decisions that they would be unlikely to get elsewhere.