Orbital Sidekick is launching a constellation of satellite-based cameras to capture hyperspectral images.
Be a part of the team building out SIGMA, Orbital Sidekick’s platform for acquiring, processing, analyzing, and most importantly for this position, displaying hyperspectral imagery. Orbital Sidekick is launching a constellation of satellite-based cameras to capture hyperspectral images. We analyze those images for telltale signs of oil leaks, forest degradation, and other issues. Our front-end developers build user experiences for all aspects of this process.
Required Skills and Experience:
- 3+ years of industry experience working with a modern UI framework
- General knowledge of React (preferred), Angular, and Vue
- Experience with owning & developing entire UI features
- Experience working with RESTful APIs
- Some experience with back end/API development
Preferred Skills and Experience:
- Experience building testable front-end components
- Familiarity with building map-oriented UI’s
- Experience developing requirements with product management and other stakeholders
This role is front-end focus with some experience with back-end/API development.
ITAR Requirements: U.S. Government space technologies export/ITAR regulations, the applicant must be a U.S. citizen or a lawful permanent resident of the U.S., or eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. Department of State.
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