Full Stack Developer

waseadmin

Apply by 25th November 2020

Job Reference # ROSR_FSD

Application pack

Location

Remote working

Salary

£ 35,000 per annum

Work

Flexible working hours

About WASE

Our Mission

Is to accelerate the global adoption of circular waste treatment through affordable and accessible innovation.

Our Vision

Is a world where we unlock the power of waste to fuel our future. Where waste will become the everyday sustainable source of water, energy and fertilisers enabling communities to flourish.

We develop accelerating wastewater and organic waste treatment technologies; unlocking the power of low strength waste streams to produce energy-rich biogas.

We specialise in the decentralised treatment of organic waste from food to sewage, converting it into sustainable energy, clean water, and fertilisers. Our modular solution SaniWASE uses a bio electro-chemical process accelerating the breakdown of organics converting them into methane. Our modularity allows easy scalability allowing us to provide circular waste management for small communities, industry, and municipalities.

Our focus is to validate the technology and business in the UK and then launch in Kenya. We aim to partner with local organisations operating within the waste treatment sector to accelerate community and industry access to wastewater treatment.

Join us at a pivotal moment where we are leading the innovation and change of a sector that was stagnant but could change the world.

We particularly encourage applications from women, disabled and Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates.

The Role

We are looking for someone passionate about creating a social impact to lead our remote operational control system. The role is for a creative and methodical individual that will be instrumental in developing the second iteration of our control system. Your role will be crucial in allowing remote operation our ‘waste to energy’ solutions which will significantly improve people’s lives around the world.

You will be leading the project development and work with contractors, computer scientists and biochemical engineers. The role will be responsible for developing and constructing a fully operational remote operating system for our onsite waste treatment systems within 6 months. We need to monitor biogas sensors and flow meters so that we can then accurately control the flow of water and recirculation through pumps.

The project will also be working with contractors that are developing the electronic hardware and firmware of our power supply units for the electrode system and incorporating the units into your work. The data from the sensors will be sent via 4G mobile networks so that they can be operated globally, and issues can be identified quickly.

If you are an individual that likes a challenge, wants to work with cutting edge environmental research and can work to tight deadlines, we would love to hear from you.

Key Responsibilities

• Project management

• Entrepreneurial mindset and the ability to get stuck in with minimal supervision

• Developing systems from the ground up that can monitor and manipulate data.

Key Requirements

• Bachelor’s/ Master’s degree in computer/ data science, mathematics or equivalent

• Good knowledge of control systems

• Experience in: o Full lifecycle development of web applications and backend server APIs

o backend frameworks – Django, Flask or Node.js – you are free to decide language would work best.

o SQL – MySql or Postgres

o RESTful APIs – designing, implementing, and using

o AWS / Azure or equivalent cloud services

o Continuous Integration and Deploy tools and methodologies

o Unit testing/automated testing

o Git / Distributed Version Control

o leading projects and good time management

Desirable Criteria

Knowledge across a range of industry-standard data science tools, frameworks, and languages (you will have a large degree of freedom in deciding the best fit for the job).

You will be directly working with the CTO/ founders and will be joining a team in the early years that experiencing rapid growth. You will have opportunities to lead a large team and our future strategy in the coming years. The role will require you to work remotely.

We are looking forward to you joining our team and being part of our mission to develop new affordable, and accessible wastewater treatment innovations that enable people to prosper.

How to apply

At WASE, equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) are valued across the team, and as part of our non-discriminatory policy, we request all the applicants to send out blank applications.

Please DO NOT mention any of your personal details on your CV and cover letter.

 

Application Pack

Fill out the attached personal information and diversity form and email it along with your CV and cover letter at Faryal.Rohail@wase.co.uk

Your application must be titled as below:

Subject line

ROSR_FSD Application

CV

1_ Initials_CV

Cover letter

2_ Initials _Cover_Letter

Personal information & diversity form

3_Initials_Personal_Information_&_diversity_Form

Timeline

Application deadline: 6pm, 25th November 2020

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so we highly encourage early applications.

Interviews: 30th Nov 2020, 2nd Dec 2020, 3rd Dec 2020

Interview location: MS Teams

Joining date: 7th December 2020

Due to the high volume of applications, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.


Electronic / Firmware Engineer

waseadmin

Apply by 25th November 2020

Job Reference # ROSR_EE

Application pack

Location


WASE Limited, WOW Acton, Western Ave, London W3 0TG


Salary


£ 35,000 per annum


Work


Flexible working hours with some remote working


About WASE

Our Mission

Is to accelerate the global adoption of circular waste treatment through affordable and accessible innovation.

Our Vision

Is a world where we unlock the power of waste to fuel our future. Where waste will become the everyday sustainable source of water, energy and fertilisers enabling communities to flourish.

We develop accelerating wastewater and organic waste treatment technologies; unlocking the power of low strength waste streams to produce energy-rich biogas.

We specialise in the decentralised treatment of organic waste from food to sewage, converting it into sustainable energy, clean water, and fertilisers. Our modular solution SaniWASE uses a bio electro-chemical process accelerating the breakdown of organics converting them into methane. Our modularity allows easy scalability allowing us to provide circular waste management for small communities, industry, and municipalities.

Our focus is to validate the technology and business in the UK and then launch in Kenya. We aim to partner with local organisations operating within the waste treatment sector to accelerate community and industry access to wastewater treatment.

Join us at a pivotal moment where we are leading the innovation and change of a sector that was stagnant but could change the world.

We particularly encourage applications from women, disabled and Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates.

The Role 

We are looking for someone passionate about creating a social impact to lead our remote operational control system. The role is for a creative and methodical individual that will be instrumental in developing the second iteration of our control system. Your role will be crucial in allowing remote operation our ‘waste to energy’ solutions which will significantly improve people’s lives around the world. 

You will be leading the project development and work with contractors, computer scientists and biochemical engineers. The role will be responsible for developing and constructing a fully operational remote operating system for our onsite waste treatment systems within 6 months. We need to monitor biogas sensors and flow meters so that we can then accurately control the flow of water and recirculation through pumps. 

The project will also be working with contractors that are developing the electronic hardware and firmware of our power supply units for the electrode system and incorporating the units into your work. The data from the sensors will be sent via 4G mobile networks so that they can be operated globally, and issues can be identified quickly. 

If you are an individual that likes a challenge, wants to work with cutting edge environmental research and can work to tight deadlines, we would love to hear from you. 

Key Responsibilities 

• Project management 

• Develop and implement test plans for digital control systems 

• Support, debug and modify existing digital control systems 

• Work effectively with cross-functional teams to resolve early (architectural) and late (lab, test & validation) issues 

• Ensure high reliability of the product under stress conditions and environments for extended periods 

• Develop standard and custom communication protocols for new systems 

• Both hardware and firmware development to test and validate operation on the bench 

• Some travel is expected 

Key Requirements 

• Bachelor’s/ Master’s degree in electronic/electrical/firmware engineering 

• 2 – 4 years of experience 

• 2+ years working with micro-controllers and control systems 

• Experienced of using electronic design and CAD tools, e.g. Eagle, TinkerCAD and SPICE simulation 

• Experienced in PCB design and PCB manufacturing 

• Experience working with electronics and firmware engineers and computer scientists 

• Experience leading projects and good time management 

• Experienced in the use of C/C++ 

• Experience and knowledge of network and serial data communications (e.g. MODbus, CAN, TCP/IP & RS232/485) 

Nice to Haves 

• Links with PC Suppliers 

• Design for reliability and serviceability 

• Harsh environment experience 

• Light industrial experience 

You will be directly working with the CTO/ founders and will be joining a team in the early years that experiencing rapid growth. You will have opportunities to lead a large team and our future strategy in the coming years. The role will require you to work in our office located in Park Royal/Acton – West London with some remote working when possible. 

We are looking forward to you joining our team and being part of our mission to develop new affordable, and accessible wastewater treatment innovations that enable people to prosper. 

How to apply

At WASE, equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) are valued across the team, and as part of our non-discriminatory policy, we request all the applicants to send out blank applications.

Please DO NOT mention any of your personal details on your CV and cover letter.

 

Application Pack

Fill out the attached personal information and diversity form and email it along with your CV and cover letter at Faryal.Rohail@wase.co.uk

Your application must be titled as below:

Subject line

ROSR_EE Application

CV

1_ Initials_CV

Cover letter

2_ Initials _Cover_Letter

Personal information & diversity form

3_Initials_Personal_Information_&_diversity_Form

Timeline

Application deadline: 6pm, 25th November 2020

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so we highly encourage early applications.

Interviews: 30th Nov 2020, 2nd Dec 2020, 3rd Dec 2020

Interview location: MS Teams

Joining date: 7th December 2020

Due to the high volume of applications, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.