Green River creates software to promote public health, help people with housing, protect the environment, and improve public education.
Green River’s software support specialist will work with our clients to determine the issues our customers are facing, figure out the underlying problem, solve technical problems, and work with the technical lead, programmers, and project managers on the more complex issues.
We seek candidates committed to public health, school improvement, environmental protection, and social justice. As the climate changes, the population increases, and critical resource thresholds are breached, data and information systems will play an increasingly important role in defining and delivering solutions — for both economic benefit, and human and ecological health. This vision drives us at Green River.
Incorporated in 2000, we are a custom web application development firm with a strong engineering focus and dedication to “software and analytics for a better world.” Our model requires software skills, analytical experience, business sophistication, and a genuine commitment to ethics and social responsibility.
Our projects offer challenges in developing complex, scalable algorithms and well-designed responsive user interfaces. We regularly evolve our approach to software development as new best practices emerge. We have a collaborative atmosphere in our company—shaping together the kind of work and lifestyle we want and fostering career paths through mentorship. This has resulted in exceptionally long-term relationships with both our clients and our staff. Our primary offices are in scenic Brattleboro, Vermont, with a satellite office of six in Northampton, Mass, and we have distributed staff living and working around the country. Our current clients include Starbucks, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the City of Boston, the State of Delaware, World Resources Institute, Reach Out and Read, and many other state and local governments as well as domestic and international non-profit organizations. We believe in our clients’ work, and are committed to being good partners in their success.
The Support Specialist will work in small teams with our clients and Green River project managers, interaction and user experience designers, DevOps engineers, and front-end and back-end engineers. Success in this position requires knowledge about testing software, an ability to learn the domains of public health, homelessness, supply chain certification, and so on, great attention to detail, and enthusiasm about learning in general. We look for team members who believe in working to make the world a better place, yet bring a grounded professionalism appropriate to our clients and the scale of our projects. In addition:
We’re looking for a team member who will:
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Some things people love about working at Green River:
We offer a competitive salary, 100% health insurance coverage, five weeks paid time off, and retirement benefits.
You will have a series of conversations — including with the project team you'll likely start in, our COO, and ultimately CEO — to discuss our company and culture, working environment, position details, and your background, experience, and interests.
Join us if you want to focus on addressing the COVID pandemic, climate change, substance use disorder, homelessness and lack of affordable housing, unemployment and underemployment, and poor public education. We use our tech skills to make an impact through a global and varied set of client projects. Our company provides excellent benefits, satisfying work-life balance, options for partial and fully remote work, and a culture of ownership — ALL staff are genuine team members who contribute significantly, and everyone retains substantial control over their own work. We are a talented, humble, welcoming, warmhearted group that cares deeply about the work we do — and that we all succeed together. And, while the work can be intense and challenging, we never fail to make each other laugh — every day.
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