Frontend Engineer, Sustainability (8 week contract)

  • Sidewalk Labs
  • New York, NY - Remote Okay
  • Jul 17, 2020
Full Time

Job Description

About Sidewalk 

Sidewalk Labs is an Alphabet company with a mission to radically improve urban life. We aim to create inclusive, large-scale communities by bringing together an innovative planning approach, products and services designed to address urban challenges, and capital for real estate and advanced infrastructure.  

Since our founding in 2015, we've grown into an organization of over 100 employees based primarily in New York and Toronto. Our cross-disciplinary team consists of experts from real estate, urban planning, government, finance, technology, and engineering, among other backgrounds.

With the potential to catalyze and scale new models for inclusive growth, our work is both highly exciting and complex. We are working to achieve something unprecedented — help us build it!


The sustainability / energy-optimization product team is looking for a highly design-oriented engineer to help us build a website dashboard displaying some button-based actions, charts, and sorting and filtering data and a sales landing page. The aim is to have full time support for two small websites and if successful continue in an ongoing engagement on retainer.

You should be able to 

  • Code responsive web apps
  • Build pixel perfect frontends
  • Work with a APIs to load data and handle authentication
  • Build interactive charts and graphs
  • Produce maintainable, high-quality code
  • Have experience using and implementing online sales and analytics tools like Google Analytics and AdWords
  • Be design / aesthetic oriented (a design background is a plus)
  • SEO experience is a plus

The community of the future is a place for everyone, and Sidewalk Labs is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We encourage individuals from underrepresented groups to apply. All employment is based on merit and business need.


51-200 employees  


Buildings & Cities

Climate Solutions

Walkable Cities, Household Recycling