Harvust helps American farms streamline key human resources tasks (onboarding new employees, safety training, and communication) easily and efficiently. Everyone from the farm CEO to the migrant farmworker uses Harvust. Our software provides the robust functionality and integrations demanded by modern farms while being accessible enough that every farmworker with a phone can do valuable job tasks.
Based in rural Walla Walla, WA, it’s fair to say we’re not your typical Silicon Valley startup. We aren’t interested in the VC lifestyle, and our priority isn’t chasing growth targets. We’re customer-funded. We believe in a 40 hour work week and the flexibility to enjoy our friends and family. We take our time and focus on building quality products that improve the lives of farmers and farmworkers. Because of that focus, Harvust won the 2021 American Farm Bureau Entrepreneur of the Year competition. Check out our entry video featuring a handful of our customers and what they think of us: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dQ1i1YWWWQ
We’re looking for a full stack developer to join our small engineering team. You’ll have a high-impact role with lots of freedom. You’ll use cutting-edge technologies to build performant and responsive web apps for farmworkers, mayordomos (field supervisors), and farm HR pros. In this role, your main responsibility will be working directly with the founders to architect, implement, and operate a modern web application and related services to be used by farms big and small across the country. We need you to be an eager and empathetic learner to understand all of our customers, from the CEO to the migrant farmworker. You’ll interpret relationships between real-world problems, objects, and actions and then translate that into a flexible and scalable technical solution.
As a Full Stack Developer at Harvust, you’ll be responsible for:
Work can be fully remote, we may ask you to travel when feasible (we love going out into the fields). We currently have people in Walla Walla, WA, and Wenatchee, WA.
To apply, send us an email with a brief introduction and resume to James Christopher Hall (firstname.lastname@example.org)