DUTIES: Designs, develops, tests, deploys, and maintains both back end and front end. Builds a product family based on a common platform and shared design libraries. Develops, maintains, and enhances software applications. Collaborates with stakeholders to validate user requirements, assess available technologies, and recommend solution options. Ensures that team commitments for each development sprint are met. Collaborates with team tech lead to ensure that the decisions being made align with the overall technical vision. Collaborates with team members to assess objectives for assigned project phases and recommends technical strategies and tactics to achieve business needs. Utilizes process design technology methodologies, programming languages and tools and solutions design techniques to develop applications to meet business specifications. Validate functional specifications, builds technical specifications and develops application documentation. Performs analysis, design, development and testing of applications to solve business requirements. Integrates new or enhanced application components.
REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or a closely related technology field, or its foreign equivalent . Five (5) years of software engineering experience. 3 years of experience in testing frameworks (such as Mocha, Jest, etc.). 3 years of experience with Git/GitHub, Maven, Gradle, JIRA, Confluence, CircleCl. 3 years of experience with Agile, SCRUM or similar iterative unified processes.
Alternative: Master’s degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or a closely related technology field, or its foreign equivalent. Three (3) years of software engineering experience, which may include internships. The software engineering experience must include experience with testing frameworks (such as Mocha, Jest, etc.); Git/GitHub, Maven, Gradle, JIRA, Confluence, CircleCl; and Agile, SCRUM or similar iterative unified processes gained by employment experience, internships, or coursework.
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We believe in people and their dreams at Keap. So much so, we have a dedicated Dream Program that empowers our employees to think big and achieve those dreams—both personally and professionally. Want help setting achievable goals to reach your dreams? Our designated Dream Manager is here to help. Want a space to write out your dreams to spring them into action? Yeah, we have a Dream Room for that.
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