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Climate Urgency

We need an intern

to take part of the development of our SaaS platform

(GO / MongoDB / Micro-services, algorithm)

in a purposeful Climate Fintech start-up

About Us
Founded by a group of finance and technology enthusiasts, passionate about addressing climate change, Amalthea FS is a start-up company registered in Paris.
Amalthea FS targets leading companies from the finance industry.
Dealing with massive, versatile data volumes, Amalthea helps improve steering and decision-making in the context of regulatory reporting as well as new and non-stationary risks. The scope of these solutions ranges from managing and organizing massive amounts of data to the management of all types of reporting (EU taxonomy for example) climate risks (transition, physical, per region, sector, hazard, etc), and compliance regulatory environment.
Amalthea is co-founded by Olivier Vinciguerra, Ouafa Ricaud and Sébastien Amet, with a global footprint and ambition.
Amalthea FS is a member of Green RWA associative network.

Your Mission
Within the team in our R&D department, you will:
  • Join our development team to build our SaaS micro services application
  • Work on our customer workflow application:
Workflow engine integration (REST based)
Certification (PKI, block-chain)
Development of some REACT UI
  • Work with other members of Green RWA network (university level and quantitative consulting groups)
  • Interact with Amalthea FS teams in Paris, London and New-York.
Your Profile
  • From a computer science or engineering school, you are passionate about addressing climate change and agree with the importance of finance for catalysing action
  • Passion for learning new technologies and mastering them
  • High capacity and standards in coding
  • Self-starter and creative capabilities are necessary to succeed
  • French language: conversational at a minimum
Our stack
  • ReactJS
  • Go, Java
  • MongoDB
  • GIT
  • Docker/Kubernetes
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