WORKING AT MINDEARTH

MindEarth is a highly interdisciplinary and composed by experts in computer science, computational social physics, environmental and telecommunication engineering, robotics, urban planning and humanitarian aid. Our company is rapidly expanding and we are always looking for talented, committed and passionate individuals to join the team. 

At MindEarth we strive to promote a safe, healthy, constructive and equal working environment, regardless of race, ethnicity, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability and other diverse backgrounds.

Check out our vacancies and apply if you fit the profile.

CURRENT VACANCIES:

MindEarth is seeking a talented and motivated GIS Application Developer to create interactive and data-driven mapping visualisations and products and assist the team with design, development and implementation of geospatial solutions. Your tasks will include creating and developing innovative and bespoke web mapping solutions as well as maintaining existing applications using the latest frameworks and technologies using HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript among others. You will also collaborate with other team members in compiling and managing geospatial data, performing spatial analysis activities. This position requires the ability to collaborate with other scientists and engineers on a diversified pool of projects.

We are currently looking for talented individuals to join us full-time as junior or senior developers in applied computer vision. Your task will be to create computer vision and artificial intelligence pipelines to automatically process and extract relevant geospatial information from remote sensing data such as satellite and street-view imagery. In collaboration with other scientists and engineers, you will work on different applications based on automatic classification, segmentation, but also geodata processing and spatial modeling. This will require you to program, maintain and monitor complex software pipelines running in cloud environments and working on large datasets.