Isometric builds scientifically rigorous measurement and verification technology to confirm carbon removal claims are true. ...View Company Profile
Isometric brings transparency and trust to the carbon dioxide removal (CDR) industry. We build scientifically rigorous verification technology to confirm whether carbon removal claims are true. Our mission is to help scale the market for CDR to the magnitude required to reverse climate change—an existential threat to our civilisation.
We’re thoughtful about the way we’re building our company culture to enable everyone to do the best work of their career. Our team is smart, meticulous and courageous—but kind, nerdy and supportive too.
We’re led by an experienced CEO who co-founded and scaled a tech company to over $100m of revenue in just a few years. Our Head of Science is an expert in the field of biogeochemistry and a thought leader in the world of carbon removal innovation. Our technology team consists of builders from companies like Amazon, Facebook, Shopify, Palantir and Intercom. And we’re backed by some of the world’s most recognised climate and tech investors.
If you’re looking for a company with a meaningful mission at the very start of the journey, but with a safety net that most other startups lack—Isometric really is a unique proposition.
Transitioning the prevailing narrative about carbon credits towards an expenditure-based, durable, carbon removal-focused mindset.
Owning all external communications.
Distilling the complexity of our work and our industry into something painfully simple.
Strategy and positioning
Expertise in creating compelling but simple narratives
Ability to write well, and quickly
Clear and logical thinking
You’re looking for a fully remote role at the moment. In the early stages of building our product, we’re optimising for being physically together 2-4 days a week.
You enjoy structure and only staying within your area of expertise. We’re a small team early on the journey and things change quickly as we learn more.
You prefer a slower pace. While the problem we’re facing has a long time horizon, it’s also critical that we make meaningful progress on it today, not next quarter or year.