Starting July, 2023
A crucial mission for any heritage institution is to optimally preserve cultural objects and works of art for future generations. The collection environment is crucial in this context. To limit object deterioration, conservation teams need to ensure a correct and stable environment.
CHARP provides museums with a unique decision support software that brings together data from our discrete wireless sensor devices and from existing systems to monitor temperature, relative humidity, and light levels around valuable artefacts and collections. It provides detailed actionable insights and sensible alert handling. Moreover, it fosters effective communication with colleagues and external partners, and helps identify potential energy saving measures.
We are a spin-off company of KU Leuven with headquarters in Mechelen, Belgium. Our team comprises people from very different backgrounds: software developers, architects/engineers, business leaders, and journalists. In the coming months, we aim to grow our small yet dedicated and ambitious software team.
We are looking for a medior front-end developer to help us build digital solutions that are a joy for conservation teams to use.
You will help extend the core functionality of CHARP Art Care. You’ll build, test, document and ship new software features. You’ll also weigh in on our product roadmap, which we set collaboratively as a team.
You’ll be working primarily in React and Typescript with a GraphQL and Node.js backend. You have a minimum of 3 years of experience developing with these technologies.
Experience with mobile app development is a plus.
Want to help conservation teams getting the job done? Come grow with us! We believe that our team's expertise, creativity and passion are what makes us stand out. We are thrilled to embark on this journey, and we can't wait to see what you'll bring to the table