aklimate is building a net zero toolbox for SMEs. We’ve all heard a huge amount about net zero, but so far action has been limited to governments and large global corporations. But SMEs make up 99.9% of businesses, account for 50% of business and industry emissions, and must decarbonise quickly if we are to avoid the worst effects of climate change. Come and join us in building an industry defining product, empowering SMEs to lead the net zero revolution.
We’re looking for an experienced full-stack software engineer to join as VP of Engineering, with ultimate ownership for our self-service technology platform, helping businesses to:
The company was founded by Bain & Company and MasterCard alumni, with deep climate expertise and a real passion for democratising net zero. So far we’ve developed the first iteration of our product, reached our early adopters and raised funding from a number of exciting industry leaders. You would be joining the founding team of an exciting early stage climate venture; you’ll be writing code, defining our product, shaping our culture, collaborating with design partners and building a team of ethical climate activists.
Harry is an ex-Bain & Company consultant in their Government & Energy practices. He has a Masters in Renewable Energy Engineering, has published research on low-carbon tech and is a Certified Carbon Manger. Apart from being aklimate’s technical lead, he’s also a GB horse rider.
Mark is ex-Mastercard big data and predictive modelling. He’s got a range of climate expertise, from working with green FinTechs, to pioneering nature based climate solutions. As a non-flying vegan, Mark has an unwavering commitment to do the right thing, both for people and for the planet.
We are hiring a VP of Engineering to lead our engineering. You will be the first technical hire and report directly to the founders with responsibility for delivering our tech product:
Our ideal candidate will have experience working across the tech stack with strong expertise in both front-end and back-end architecture