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WeaveGrid

Company
51-100
San Francisco, CA, USA

Company Description

WeaveGrid builds software to make it cheaper and safer for utilities to serve electric vehicles, add renewable energy resources, and save customers money. Our mission is to drive rapid decarbonization in the global transport and power sectors by intelligently connecting electric vehicles to the grid.

We are currently in market with early utility clients, and we must rapidly build and deliver product improvements to serve existing customers and win new deals from our deep pipeline. As a rapidly growing company, we are building a thoughtful, capable team that can adapt with our rapidly evolving circumstances.

Jobs (6)

Software Engineer - Backend (Data Integrations)

Full time role
Remote
Sep 20, 2022
About the job At WeaveGrid, we are working to accelerate the electrification of transportation and the decarbonization of the electric grid.  Our core software products monitor and manage the charging of electric vehicles on behalf of electric utilities.  That in turn depends on complex integrations with vehicle telematics APIs that are specific to different car and charger manufacturers (OEMs).  We are looking for strong backend engineers to help us build, run, and shape these integrations for our next phase of growth.  No previous experience in the energy sector is required. In this role, we will ask you to: Design and implement features and improvements to WeaveGrid’s central data systems incl. data integrations with car and charger OEM APIs. Work closely with other engineers and product stakeholders to extend our product capabilities and/or improve reliability, data quality, effectiveness, scalability of existing offerings Be an in-house expert at understanding, using, and shaping external OEM integrations and APIs between WeaveGrid and our OEM partners. Work with our Python backend, relational database schemas, microservice architecture Test your code to ensure completeness and correctness. Be hands-on with our AWS-based cloud production environment e.g. rollouts, instrumentation Grow your engineering skills and help others on the team do the same by participating in design reviews and code reviews. Use Kubernetes, AWS, GitHub, Jira/Confluence, CircleCI, though experience here is not necessary. About you You want to apply your industry experience and talents to meaningfully address climate change . You’re excited t o collaborate with team members during reasonable local working hours (Pacific Time).  If local to the SF Bay Area, you are excited about our office and a flexible office schedule . You care about the craft of software. You feel a sense of ownership about code. You enjoy solving hard problems and don’t mind the complexity of software that interacts with “the real world” You have an interest in cloud-based backend data systems, software interacting with real-world devices and data quality management that turns messy data into valuable business assets.  Past experience working in these areas is a huge plus! You have solid experience working in Python or Go.. You enjoy being hands-on in the full lifecycle of software development - from early design to testing, production deployment, and post-launch iteration, to measuring and monitoring outcomes, and quickly fixing problems that may arise. You are comfortable working within a microservice based architecture and have experience with Docker , Kubernetes , or other microservice technologies. You appreciate Agile software development and DevOps practices. You have experience working on smaller teams or at smaller companies and are willing to share that experience to make us better. You believe in constant learning and are excited to help us build this growing company. About the process Apply, and send us your resume/CV (we’ll do our best to reply within a week) Complete a coding assessment demonstrating your abilities as backend engineer OR hop on a video call and complete a similar coding problem with one of our engineers collaboratively in real time. Interview with two small panels , spanning a variety of engineers and managers at Weavegrid. Final interview with the Co-founders.

Software Engineer - Backend (Data Systems)

Full time role
Remote
Sep 9, 2022
About the job At WeaveGrid, we are working to accelerate the electrification of transportation and the decarbonization of the electric grid.  At the core of our product offerings are complex backend data systems that monitor or manage the charging of electric vehicles participating in utility programs that we facilitate.  We are looking for strong backend engineers to help us build, run, and shape these systems for our next phase of growth.  No previous experience in the energy sector is required. In this role, we will ask you to: Design and implement features and improvements to WeaveGrid’s central data systems incl. a complex charge-management system. Work closely with other engineers and product stakeholders to extend our product capabilities and/or improve reliability, effectiveness, scalability of existing offerings Work with our Python backend, relational database schemas, and microservice architecture . Test your code to ensure completeness and correctness. Be hands-on with our AWS-based cloud production environment e.g. rollouts, instrumentation Grow your engineering skills and help others on the team do the same by participating in design reviews and code reviews. Use Kubernetes, AWS, GitHub, Jira/Confluence, CircleCI, though experience here is not necessary. About you You want to apply your talents and 2+ years of professional experience to meaningfully address climate change . You’re excited t o collaborate with team members during reasonable local working hours (Pacific Time).  If local to the SF Bay Area, you are excited about our office and a flexible office schedule . You care about the craft of software. You feel a sense of ownership about code. You enjoy solving hard problems and don’t mind the complexity of software that interacts with “the real world” You have an interest in cloud-based backend data systems, software interacting with real-world devices , real-time data processing.  Past experience working in these areas is a huge plus! You have solid experience working in an object-oriented programming language - Python preferred. You enjoy being hands-on in the full lifecycle of software development - from early design to testing, production deployment, and post-launch iteration You are comfortable working within a microservice based architecture and have experience with Docker , Kubernetes , or other microservice technologies. You appreciate Agile software development and DevOps practices. You believe in constant learning and are excited to help us build this growing company and have experience working on smaller teams or at smaller companies. About the process Apply, and send us your resume/CV (we’ll do our best to reply within a week) Complete a coding assessment demonstrating your abilities as backend engineer OR hop on a video call and complete a similar coding problem with one of our engineers collaboratively in real time. Interview with two small panels , spanning a variety of engineers and managers at Weavegrid. Final interview with the Co-founders.

Senior Software Engineer - Backend (Analytics)

Full time role
Remote
Aug 31, 2022
About the job At WeaveGrid, we are working to accelerate transportation electrification and grid decarbonization.  Business reporting and analytics is absolutely central to what we do.  We provide rich, nuanced reporting around drivers' charging behavior to our utility clients, and our product strategy is driven by internal analytics around driver behavior, market trends, modeling of energy systems, and more.  Being able to produce these insights requires both pragmatic and creative use of current data sets and technologies as well as longer term investments in a sustainable data architecture.  No previous experience in the energy sector is required. You will collaborate with your engineering, business analyst, and product peers to create data pipelines and reporting APIs to power insights from our Driver and Utility Applications.  In this role, we will ask you to: Design and implement features end-to-end across our technology stack. Work with our Python backend, relational database schema, Snowflake data warehouse, and microservice architecture . Work closely with business analysts and stakeholders to create reliable pipelines that produce clean and accurate datasets for company needs. Participate in data-informed discussions to prioritize what problems we solve next and how we solve them. Test your code to ensure completeness and correctness. Grow your engineering skills and help others on the team do the same by participating in design reviews and code reviews. Use Kubernetes, AWS, GitHub, Jira/Confluence, CircleCI, though experience here is not necessary. About you You want to apply your talents to meaningfully address climate change . You’re excited to work from home , and are available to meet with team members during reasonable local working hours.  If local to the Bay Area, you are excited about an optional office and a flexible office schedule . You like to use different technologies to solve different types of problems and do not hold your engineering identity within one technology. You feel passionate and a sense of pride and ownership not just about code, but about quality and clarity of the data sets and schemas that drive our analytics and reporting - terms like data consistency , data freshness , and schema semantics are things that excite you. You have dbt experience and feel comfortable setting up pipelines from scratch. You have an interest in analytic pipelines, data/schema design, and business reporting systems.  Past experience working in business reporting or data analytics is a huge plus! You have experience working in an object-oriented programming language - Python preferred. You are comfortable working within a microservice based architecture and have experience with Docker , Kubernetes , or other microservice technologies. You understand Agile software development, DevOps practices, and the meaning of quality assurance. You are excited to help us build this growing company and have experience working on smaller teams or at smaller companies. You care about the craft of software and constant learning. About the process Apply, and send us your resume/CV (we’ll do our best to reply within a week) Complete a coding assessment demonstrating your abilities as a full stack engineer OR hop on a video call and complete a similar coding problem with one of our engineers collaboratively in real time. Interview with two small panels , spanning a variety of engineers and managers at Weavegrid. Final interview with the Co-founders

Customer Experience Associate

Full time role
San Francisco Bay Area
Jul 30, 2022
Business context Our success depends on delivering an outstanding experience to Electric Vehicle (EV) drivers enrolled in our utility clients’ programs. For joining these programs, EV drivers typically receive financial incentives (like reduced electricity costs), unique data insights and application functionality designed to make it easier to charge and operate their vehicles. But in participating, most drivers are learning new technologies and behaviors - operating electric vehicles often recently purchased and completing registration steps that involve interactions with the utility as well as WeaveGrid’s driver-facing application. EV drivers are navigating a new frontier. To enroll, retain and delight them, you’ll need to act with empathy and understanding to resolve their immediate challenges while helping the WeaveGrid product development team make these new driver experiences intuitive and familiar. About the role We are seeking a devoted, empathetic, and thoughtful Customer Experience (CX) Associate to join our Driver Operations Team and be an ambassador to our driver participant base . The CX Associate is our closest link to the EV driver, and represents the voice of the driver in internal product discussions and planning. The person stepping into the role will be responsible for creating a stellar experience for EV drivers participating in our serviced utility programs. They will be directly responsible for triaging, answering and resolving tickets, gathering feedback from drivers and building user-focused content. This will require becoming deeply familiar with application functionality and driver needs. Based on observations from support tickets, driver surveys, community interactions and other driver feedback, the CX Associate will also inform the product development strategy and champion critical driver-facing functionality and features . With time, we expect that the role will evolve to encompass more extensive leadership and strategic responsibilities, particularly as our driver base grows throughout the US. As specific responsibilities, the CX Associate will: Respond to driver inquiries and requests over email, chat and other channels, appropriately escalating specific issues, as needed, in a timely manner Create resources and content to help drivers resolve problems quickly and easily Document issues to help engineering and product teams to resolve bugs and improve the user experience Work with engineers to develop internal tools that enable the Driver Operations team Own metrics to track driver satisfaction and issue resolution Gather qualitative feedback about UX needs to inform product strategy Share insights on driver needs, preferences, concerns and perspectives to help ensure the team’s work is maximizing value for drivers Guide the ongoing growth of the Driver Operations team and platform About You ‍You are a customer experience professional or community lead who has served on the front lines of startup consumer products. You can nimbly engage with users while effectively advocating for new features inspired by their feedback, using persuasive collected data and a refined understanding of their perspectives. In your work managing a backlog of user tickets, you identify common issues to be prioritized and addressed with platform content and product enhancements. You collaborate directly with product and engineering teams to improve users’ experience. You keep a close eye on indicators of user satisfaction like CSAT, NPS, conversion and churn, but love to dig more deeply into the underlying themes that shape these numbers. You focus relentlessly on actions that provide the highest leverage for keeping users happy. You reduce users’ need to seek out manual help wherever possible. You are considerate, enthusiastic and precise in your communications . You are determined and methodical when investigating issues – a sleuth constantly assembling a clear record of facts and underlying circumstances around reported issues, so that you can respond effectively and empower colleagues to do the same. Some of the specific skills and traits you bring include: Familiarity with common customer service software platforms (like Zendesk) and common productivity tools (Office, Gdocs, JIRA, etc.) Passion for helping users Clear and succinct communication skills Strong organization and structure in your work Basic proficiency in standard tools for quantitative analysis (like Excel / Gsheets and ideally SQL) - summarizing, grouping, ranking records Ability to clearly present summary data in charts / standard visualizations () Comfort working under conditions of ambiguity and loosely defined requirements A deep hunger for ongoing learning and personal growth A passion for decarbonization and reducing global climate risk We are looking to fill this position as soon as possible. Compensation will include competitive salary, equity, and benefits.  WeaveGrid is based in San Francisco but is open to considering remote candidates in the US demonstrating the skills listed above.

Senior Software Engineer - Frontend

Full time role
Remote
Jun 17, 2022
About the role At Weavegrid, we are working to accelerate transportation electrification and grid decarbonization. We need to enroll, retain, and shape the behavior of electric vehicle (EV) drivers in our utility clients’ programs. This means you will be writing HTML, CSS and JavaScript for applications to support vehicle-grid integration, and increase the amount of renewable energy used to charge electric vehicles. No previous experience in the energy sector is required. You will collaborate with your engineering, design, and product peers to build the front-end components of our Driver Application. This is our primary consumer-facing product so we will ask you to: Develop and maintain core features that simplify and enrich the EV driver experience. Contribute to architecture that supports SaaS-ification of our driver-facing application, allowing for easy white-labeling and deployment to new utility customers. Test your code to ensure completeness and correctness Work with mostly web technologies like React, Modern JavaScript , and web components. Explore technologies new to WeaveGrid like GraphQL, Apollo, TypeScript, XState Measure and optimize front-end code quality and processes. Occasionally dive into our Python/Flask backend, MariaDB/DynamoDB, or Docker/Kubernetes. Use AWS, GitHub, Jira/Confluence, CircleCI, though experience here is not necessary. About you You want to apply your professional experience talents to meaningfully address climate change . You’re excited to work from home (US based only) , and are available to meet with team members between during reasonable local working hours You’re comfortable working in common JavaScript frameworks like React , but also understand web fundamentals, choose your packages judiciously, and You understand Agile software development, DevOps practices, and the meaning of quality assurance. You care about user experience , the craft of software, and constant learning. About the process Apply, and send us your resume/CV (we’ll do our best to reply within a week) Present a portfolio , or existing work which shows what you have done in the last few years, including work that reflects your sensibility as a web developer. Complete a coding assessment demonstrating your abilities as a frontend engineer OR hop on a video with us, and walk us through your coding process. Interview with two small panels , spanning a variety of engineers and managers at Weavegrid. Final interview with the Co-founders.

Utility Partnerships Lead - East

Full time role
San Francisco Bay Area
Jun 17, 2022
About the role A successful Utility Partnerships Lead will be an expert in consultative enterprise sales and directly responsible for bringing in new business from electric utilities. You’ll own the sales process from top-of-funnel through closing deals. You’ll identify leads, develop connections, scope projects, negotiate terms, and drive through the close of a contract. In addition to day-to-day business development, your work may encompass business research, supporting internal sales operations, and leading client relationships in coordination with a growing go-to-market team. Core Responsibilities Own key accounts for some of the largest utilities in the East and Midwest with high priority projects and EV programs Develop new leads for prospective clients among major utilities and inform regional priorities Own and grow relationships with utility leaders, including executives and team leaders focused on electric vehicles, distributed energy strategy, grid planning, and operations teams Exercise indirect influence to keep projects moving in a timely and efficient manner Drive scoping discussions with utilities to balance stakeholder needs, internally and externally, and close deals that achieve both scale and rapid execution Work closely with policy counterparts on regulatory engagement (e.g. filings to active dockets with a public utility commission) to develop the market in target states across the East and Midwest Craft formal project proposals, presentation slides, and other tools to enhance your Sales activities Negotiate term sheets and contracts through final signatures Support project management to smoothly transition new contracts into implementation Coordinate with fellow associates on sales process improvements, product development, regulatory and policy goals, and competitive landscape About you First and foremost, you’re mission driven and fully dedicated to driving solutions for our climate crisis. You’re excited about supporting a world with 100% clean transportation, while maintaining high grid reliability. You know that’s no small order, and have developed a strong feeling that electric utilities are the best partner to make this vision a reality. You have experience with key players at electric utilities, and developed a deep sense for their needs and the hurdles they must face in modernizing the grid. For you, “business development” goes beyond selling a widget and pushing to close anything you find. When you sell, you’re eager to build collaborations and shared value, while fully embracing the complexities of successful execution. You value being realistically optimistic and finding creative solutions to drive a deal to completion quickly, while staying honest with yourself about what makes a program the best fit for our product. You want to grow and leverage Weave Grid’s positive reputation in our industry by building connections and creating a long track record of success. You’ve enjoyed working in a fast-paced environment at a high growth company, while demonstrating a high degree of empathy for clients and team members across departments. To meet the needs of this role, you will bring Demonstrated track record of empathy, individual initiative, a spirit of inquiry, and solutions-orientation Experience with at least one of the following areas: enterprise SaaS sales, writing RFP responses and formal proposals, analysis of energy policy, and/or contracting Domain expertise through industry experience in one or several of the following areas: Electric mobility, Power systems, Public utility regulation, Residential energy assets Attention to detail and ability to function effectively under time pressure Ability to work with diverse teams and translate between various areas of expertise Flexibility and willingness to take on a variety of tasks in response to immediate needs Excellent written and oral communication skills Strong interpersonal skills and excellent work ethic Comfort with remote collaboration tools. Travel required, when appropriate in accordance with health guidelines Qualifications 7-10 years of full-time experience working directly with electric utilities BA/BS, or equivalent experience, required. Masters, or equivalent experience, preferred

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