Ocean Career: Software Engineer

Ebb Carbon is pioneering a new method of atmospheric carbon dioxide removal that uses electrochemistry to enhance the ocean’s natural ability to safely store CO2, while reducing ocean acidity.

Our approach has the potential to be one of the safest, scalable, and affordable ways to remove excess CO2 from our atmosphere.

About the role

As a Full-stack Engineer, you’ll contribute to backend infrastructure for ingesting and analyzing data from systems around the globe, and also create frontend interfaces which empower internal stakeholders with the information they need. The ideal candidate will bring superb technical capabilities with a demonstrated history of managing scalable, multi-tenant backend services and frontend interfaces.

What You’ll Do

  • Establish internal backend services architecture to improve the team’s efficiency
  • Build and maintain cloud data storage/analysis infrastructure
  • Help design and implement secure and scalable interfaces for internal stakeholders

What You'll Need


  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or similar
  • 3+ years industry experience
  • Working knowledge of frontend frameworks such as React or Angular
  • Familiarity with some of the following languages: Javascript, Python, Go, C++, Rust, Java, Bash
  • Experience with version control systems (e.g. Github, Gitlab)
  • Containerization experience (e.g. Docker)
  • Database administration (e.g. Postgres, MongoDB)
  • Entrepreneurial and creative thinking, with a balance of quantitative understanding of first principles and creativity
  • Effective communication and presentation skills
  • A sense of humor


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