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Senior Software Engineer I

Senior Software Engineer I


This position can report to our Brooklyn, NY office with work from home flexibility or be fully remote (US Only)

Our team is committed to hiring a diverse workforce and encourages candidates from all backgrounds to apply. 


We are looking for an experienced Senior Engineer to join our team. As a Senior Engineer at Artemis, you’ll have the following opportunities:

  • Build features and infrastructure for Artemis' farm management software platform.
  • Design architecture and provide technical leadership to sprint teams.
  • Give advice to and serve as a role model for junior engineers.
  • Explore new tools and processes to speed up development on the team.

About You:

You can take a complex feature, break it down into sub-tasks, and complete it with relative ease. You approach work in a holistic, long-term approach rather than simply checking off tasks. You own technical design for projects of moderate difficulty, and understand the tradeoffs in time, complexity, and stability. You are seen by the team as a technology leader, even without management responsibilities. You have end-to-end responsibility for complex projects that encompass the work of other engineers as well as your own development.

About Us:

Artemis is a web-based software platform that helps farms manage their crops and gain data-driven insights to make more profitable production decisions. We're a remote team with HQ in Brooklyn, New York. We value curiosity, trust, teamwork, and finding solutions for our customers. You can read more about our company values here.

Our Stack: 

Our platform is built with Ruby on Rails, Python, React, and Postgres.


  • 5+ years successful engineering industry experience
  • Experience working within an early/growth-stage startup team
  • Love working with Ruby on Rails and/or Javascript
  • Experience as a tech lead for team based projects


  • Competitive salary + equity
  • Generous PTO package
  • Medical/dental/vision
  • 401k plan
  • Enjoy an occasional all hands meeting with the entire Company in new and exciting locations! 




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