Careers

Software Engineer – WattPlan

WHO ARE WE?

Looking for a job that makes a real difference in our world today and one that you’ll be proud of when you look back in 20, 30 or 40 years? This is it. Clean Power Research is advancing the energy transformation through cloud software that informs, streamlines and values energy-related decisions and processes for utilities, energy professionals and consumers.

We’re a growing company that counts seven of the top 10 U.S. electric utilities and many of the largest renewable energy companies as our customers. We’re focused on expanding our market reach and impact with new software technologies that help solve the energy industry’s hardest problems.

At Clean Power Research, every employee has a seat at the table and an important role.

WHY WORK HERE?

  • Go from building solutions to being part of the solution.
  • Join a growing team of software and energy veterans from companies such as Microsoft, Google, Oracle and Pacific Gas & Electric.
  • Bring your passion and ideas to the table.
  • Use your creativity to solve hard problems and make tough decisions.
  • Work in a start-up like environment coupled with the stability and customer base of an established, profitable company.
  • Be part of a growing company that expects you to grow with us, and that invests in your development.

Clean Power Research offers competitive compensation and benefits to full-time employees including medical/dental/vision, paid vacation, paid holidays, a bonus plan and 401(k) plan.

WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING AS A SOFTWARE ENGINEER

We’re adding a Software Engineer to our team to build innovative features for the new generation of our solar and DER (Distributed Energy Resources) analytics platform, WattPlan®.

WattPlan is an innovative web application and platform that helps consumers understand the costs and benefits of installing solar or adopting other DERs, such as electric vehicles, using a highly personalized analysis and sophisticated analytical models. WattPlan uses innovations such as integrated LIDAR rooftop data and detailed customer electric data from utilities to deliver the most personalized, detailed and accurate assessment in the world. WattPlan also includes a back-end analytics engine that is productized as a web services API that powers the renewable energy industry.

This is a full-stack position where you’ll own entire features end-to-end. You’ll be using C#, JavaScript, JS frameworks and SQL in a cloud-hosted (AWS) environment. You’ll be part of an agile, empowered and high-performing team. You’ll have exposure to customers and the business, and be an important participant in product, design and technology decisions.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Deliver high-quality code and features with a high-degree of ownership.
  • Participate in writing test automation (unit tests and integration tests) and be part of a combined engineering team.
  • Collaborate with other team members to define the product and make it great.
  • Participate in release testing, monitoring of performance and functionality of the service in production.

WHO YOU ARE

  • 2+ years of professional software development experience.
  • Superior programmer who consistently delivers tight, finely crafted code.
  • BA/BS or MS degree in Computer Science or related technical discipline.
  • Experience building web applications/services using C#/ASP.NET/SQL and operating in a cloud-hosted environment is a plus.

HOW TO APPLY

Click the link below to submit your resume. Please include a cover letter detailing your interest in this position and the renewable energy space along with your resume. Due to the large number of applicants for our positions, we regret that we can only respond to candidates who meet our requirements. Clean Power Research is located in Kirkland (Greater Seattle Area). Local, full-time, in-office candidates only, please.

Clean Power Research is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. The company’s employment decisions are based on merit, competence, performance and business needs.