About Lim Geomatics:
Lim Geomatics is an industry-leading GIS company that develops geospatial software and data to help forestry companies be more efficient with their office and field operations. By doing so, we empower data-driven sustainable forest management.
With our Forestry Geospatial Platform, forestry companies can uncover actionable insights for their timber harvesting supply chain and target, benchmark and optimize forest operations. Compared with other competitive solutions, our products are the only ones that integrate fully with the ArcGIS platform, thereby letting organizations leverage their existing investments in enterprise GIS technology.
At Lim Geomatics, we think outside the box and collaborate with our customers to provide solutions to their problems. We never settle for status quo; always delivering and delighting clients with innovative and practical outcomes. We celebrate diversity while leveraging the creativity and technical expertise of our team. At Lim Geomatics you will help dream up and realize innovative game-changing products and solutions for our global customers in the natural resources sector.
You are a Web Developer who is passionate, ready to learn, and eager to tackle challenging problems in geospatial forestry management - from creating highly interactive web maps, to designing intuitive forestry management workflows, to unifying tracking/lidar/enterprise GIS data in one easy-to-use app.
As a Web Developer, you’ll be working with Product, Design, QA, and other developers to design, build, and maintain web applications in a clean, clear, and repeatable manner. You understand the importance of user-friendly UI/UX, writing quality code, and iterating on ideas to meet product or project objectives. You are comfortable learning new languages and working on a variety of applications throughout a year. Customer satisfaction, team collaboration, and the importance of team reflection and constant improvement are your top priorities.
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