• Mid-Level Software Engineer

    Job Locations CA-ON-Brampton
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/11/2018 9:58 PM)
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  • Description

    We have a fantastic opportunity on a dynamic team that uses new technologies and patterns to build and manage several enterprise services. You will join a team full of curious engineers who are not afraid to ask "why" and dig into the details.


    Does this sound like you?

    • You like the challenge of solving existing problems. While greenfield may draw others, you like the real-world challenge of evaluating current state and can build a better future.
    • You like engineering in the middle tier and have experience working in an agile/devops environment.
    • You're highly collaborative. You believe the best solutions come from working together - whether your team is co-located or geographically diverse!

    The ideal candidate for this role will have experience in fullstack development, but have a depth/passion for working in the middle tier. We're looking for someone with enough experience under their belt to know how to balance efficient delivery versus ivory tower, yet someone still on an upward trajectory in their development. Curiosity and an obsession with continuous improvement is important.


    The selected candidate will join a team of 5 - 6 developers that is distributed across two offices (both in ET), and will use their problem solving skills and excellent verbal communication to collaborate, support and learn from team mates, and excel individually.


    Required Skills/ Experience:

    • 3-5 years of buidling systems
    • Strong middle-tier development experience using Python, C#, BSTS, and cloud datbase technologies
    • Experience in an Agile/DevOps environment
    • Must be able to carry an occasional on-call rotation (1 out of every 8 weeks)
    • Experience with Snowflake desired, but not required



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