We're Hiring!

We are always on the lookout for local (South African) and international talent in the following areas:

Software development

  • Python, Django
  • QGIS and other geospatial software
  • Javascript
  • Mobile (iOS, Android, cross-platform)
  • UI / UX / design

GIS

  •  Strong spatial or statistical or analytical or scientific computing or data science skills.
  •  Highly computer literate and versatile with scripting / programming experience. Preferably with some computer science or electronic engineering background.
  •  Demonstrable coding experience!
  •  Vertical  market domain expertise, for example:
    - DRR (disaster risk reduction) and related
    - local government
    - agriculture
  •  or Horizontal domain expertise:
    - design and cartography
    - spatial database design and administration
    - image processing / remote sensing
    - GIS system and workflow implementation and management

The ability to hit the ground running with QGIS, PostGIS, Geoserver, GDAL/OGR and other FOSS GIS tools will count in your favour.

System administration and devops

  • Linux administration
  • networking
  • security
  • monitoring
  • profiling, performance, optimisation
  • architecture, scaling
  • virtualisation
  • cloud
  • Docker
  • Rancher
  • Ansible


We will also post specific job offers from time to time.

If you are interested in working for Kartoza in any of these areas please send the following to [email protected]. If any of these are missing we will NOT consider your application:

  • CV
  • motivation
  • salary expectation
  • your current location and an indication of your willingness to move if necessary.
  • a portfolio of your work containing the following:
    • Mandatory
      • samples of your own code
      • a portfolio of your own work (documents, maps, screenshots, videos or other media or links to media)
    • Optional (more than two of these)
      • links to your github or equivalent account
      • links to your social presence (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.)
      • links to publications authored or co-authored by you
      • links to live websites or other online evidence of your work