Create state of the art applications and accelerate the energy transition at the same time!
Team: Modelling & Development • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Now is the perfect time to start working at Quintel! You will be working in a field that is becoming more relevant by the day and Quintel is entering a new and exciting phase!
At Quintel, we aim to accelerate the transition from fossil to sustainable energy by providing insight into the energy system of the future. As a developer, you are responsible for building and maintaining applications to provide this insight.
Quintel's main project is the Energy Transition Model (ETM), made up of two parts: the ETModel frontend and ETEngine backend. We're committed to our work being as open and transparent as possible, and most of our projects are open source.
With a steadily growing user-base that is becoming ever more international, the demands on our applications are high and often require innovative solutions.
Quintel is a small company, but we punch well above our weight. Because our applications are used by a wide range of people, including grid operators, policy and decision makers, consultants and academics, your contributions as a developer can have a big impact.
As our team is small, your work will typically be diverse. As a developer at Quintel, you may one day be working on application code calculating energy flows or network loads, and on the next will be crafting beautiful frontend user experiences.
We are looking for a full-time addition to our team starting from the 1st of April (by mutual agreement). Furthermore:
Most of our work is open-source and can be viewed on the company GitHub account.
Please send your resume and motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org, before the 1st of March.
Our selection process starts after the 1st of March.
Should you have any questions, feel free to send us an email or give us a call at +31 6 33 01 53 24.
We help our clients answer questions like: "What does a climate neutral energy system for my area look like?". The ETM is used by governments, grid operators, consultants, NGO's, academics and others to research their options to bring down greenhouse gas emissions. Since the energy transition is a highly collaborative effort, the ETM is rapidly becoming a factual framework for discussions between various stakeholders in the energy transition.
Quintel develops the Energy Transition Model and is a Dutch company, with an office in the centre of Amsterdam. Our team gets the work done during office hours, so that we can enjoy our evenings, with the occasional after-work drinks.