A.C. Coy

Associate Software Engineer

US-PA-Pittsburgh
3 weeks ago(11/27/2017 9:47 AM)
Job ID
2017-17638
# of Openings
1
Category
Information Technology

Overview

Our client, a growing supplier of innovative software solutions, has an immediate need for a junior or mid-level Software Engineer.  This individual will be part of a five-person development team that develops the administrative interface, web app, and marketing website for the Company’s software product. This individual will also work closely with the developers responsible for the iPad and Android mobile apps.

 

 

The Company offers flexible start/end times, a fun, relaxed work environment, free parking, and excellent growth potential. Located just South of Pittsburgh, PA, this is a contract-to-hire opportunity.

 

Responsibilities

 

  • Designs, develops and modifies modules based on functional and system requirements. 
  • Work closely with the Project Leader and Senior Software Engineer for understanding the functional and system requirements. 
  • Work closely with the Architecture Team to ensure architectural integrity and product quality.
  • Document code produced and work developed.
  • Enter time and update tasks as required.
  • Participate in testing process through unit testing and bug fixes.
  • Participate in scrum meetings and sprint planning.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related discipline preferred, but not required.
  • 1-2 years of Software Engineering experience with a focus on web-based software application development. 
  • Experience with the following technologies: ASP.NET, Visual Studio, C#, MVC
  • Working knowledge of any of the following: Javascript, CSS, HTML, Bootstrap
  • Understanding of relational databases
  • A desire to be part of an innovative company & help contribute to the company’s future development and role within the industry.
  • High levels of flexibility, commitment and enthusiasm.

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