Aquatic Informatics announced today that it will be hosting a 2nd open house on Wednesday, February 12, 2014 starting at 5:30 pm. Over 120 developers attended the company’s 1st open house on February 6 – the local technology community cares. With an oversubscribed event, Aquatic Informatics was quick to schedule Open House 2.0 for February 12!
Aquatic Informatics is the global software leader in water data management and analysis. One of the fastest growing clean technology firms in Canada, the company is looking to hire 20 more technology professionals, including developers, software testers, project managers, and product managers. Interested candidates can learn more and RSVP for the February 12 Open House at www.aquaticinformatics.com/about-us/careers.
“Water is the critical issue of the century. The changing climate and growing world population are putting stress on limited water resources needed for safe drinking water, sanitation, hydropower, agriculture, mining, transportation, and urban infrastructure,” said Ed Quilty, President and CEO at Aquatic Informatics. “We are looking to expand our team. A career in clean technology is rewarding. Anyone who missed yesterday’s event is invited to learn how they can have more fun, be challenged, make an difference by joining the Aquatic Informatics team … let’s we work together to solve the world’s complex water resource challenges.”
Aquatic Informatics Open House
Where: 2400 – 1111 West Georgia Street, Vancouver (Top Floor of the Fortis Building)
Why: FREE – Food, Drinks, & Office Tours
When: Wednesday, February 12, 5:30–8:30pm
5:30 pm – Food, drinks, meet AI staff, & networking
6:30 pm – Eric Dorgelo, Chief Technology Officer, “Welcome to Aquatic Informatics”
6:35 pm – Alastair Foreman, Product Manager, “Discover how AI is helping manage the world’s water”
6:45 pm – Doug Schmidt, Senior Developer, “Life as a software developer on an Agile team at AI”
7:15 pm – Snacks, drinks, meet AI staff, networking, & office tours
How: Online registration is open! Space is limited to the first 100 registrants.