Role: Clojure Developer
Location: London, UK
Reports to: CTO
Wefarm, the world’s largest farmer-to-farmer digital network, enables farmers to connect with one another to solve problems, share ideas and spread innovation. Utilising the latest machine learning technology, Wefarm’s service works both online and over SMS. Knowledge shared on Wefarm can help farmers to produce higher quality product, increase yields, diversify agricultural interests, and much more.
Since its founding in 2015, Wefarm has been named one of Africa’s Most Innovative Companies by FastCompany and has won Google’s Impact Challenge Award, TechCrunch’s Europas-Tech for Good Award, and the European Union Commission’s Ideas from Europe prize, among others. We’ve been covered on CNN, the BBC, Wired, TechCrunch, Forbes, the FT and more. The company is headquartered in London with offices in Nairobi and Kampala.
Overview of Role
You will be building a large Clojure based API (Liberator, core.async, Ring, etc) and using a variety AI/NLP/ML tools & techniques to help develop and deliver the service.
You will also work closely with our Data Scientist & Head of Engagement to make sure the value and insight we extract from our traffic is passed on to our partners and users.
You’ll be based at WeFarm HQ at the TechHub in London, working closely with the senior leadership team. We are looking for an ambitious, talented individual who knows a Y-combinator isn’t just a SV incubator and there’s more to currying than spices.
Some of the technologies we are using include Docker, Travis-CI, ClojureScript, Java interop, PHP (for our legacy system which we’re moving away from), graph databases such as Neo4J, frontend technologies such as React and React Native and a grasp of OWASP principles.
Domain knowledge & additional skills
To apply please submit your CV and cover letter. Feel free to include links to any GitHub projects, your StackOverflow profile or other ways to demonstrate why you’re the best person for the role.