Wefarm, the world’s largest farmer-to-farmer digital network, enables farmers to connect with each other and key partners over SMS to solve problems, share ideas, obtain vital products and services, and spread innovation, through utilising the latest machine learning technology.
Small-scale agriculture is the biggest industry on earth, with more than a billion farmers globally supplying 70% of the world's food and commodities, yet remaining digitally unconnected. Until Wefarm, no other had built a digital platform for these farmers to share their vital insights, without having to go online!
Since our launch in 2015 we have grown to serve 1.9 million farmers across the world, who share more than 30,000 Qs & As per day. Wefarm has recently secured $13 million in Series A funding from some of the world’s leading VCs, including True Ventures in Silicon Valley, and we are looking to add to a world-class team based across London, Nairobi, Kampala and Dar-es-Salaam.
Join us and be a part of our mission to build an ecosystem for global agriculture, with the farmer at the centre!
You’ll be joining a company that has technology and product at its heart and a place where you’ll have the potential to have a huge impact on the lives of our users. As an engineer at Wefarm you’ll be working in a highly collaborative environment where you’ll get a chance to experience the entire product development process and help define and shape the Wefarm product offering as we grow.
We're an experienced and supportive team that takes a modern, pragmatic approach to building software (borrowing tips from XP, agile, kanban and lean methodologies as needed).
In the first 6 months you will:
You are passionate about technology and a keen learner, looking for a new challenge. While our codebase in mostly clojure based, having prior clojure experience isn’t a prerequisite. Our friendly team of engineers will help you get up to speed in no time.
In return we offer you:
Rewards package and remuneration
The total rewards package and remuneration will be based on experience and potential, but is highly competitive and will include share options. We believe in our team being not only the executors of Wefarm’s visions but the makers and owners of it!
As a global business, travel is essential to who we are, and will be a perk (and requirement) of the job. We also host an annual whole company get together (Wecamp), previously held in Kenya and Uganda. In addition, we have flexible working environment (within reason of course!), and we value spending time together - boarding the weekly lunch train, sharing some drinks on a Friday and frequent social events throughout the year.
Unfortunately, we will only be able to respond to shortlisted candidates.