We are a small multi-national financial services firm providing payment processing to the online services market. Established in 1997, we have successfully grown and maintained a superior position in our market.
We are looking for a Junior Software Developer to join our growing technical team. We need someone who is organized, detail oriented, diplomatic and responsible.
Working within our focused software development team, you'll be creating, extending and maintaining web-based user interfaces to our eCommerce payment platform, helping to port legacy functionality into new systems, and performing technical QA. Applicants need a strong foundation in web-based user interfaces and have a proven track record of independent critical thinking, coming up with creative solutions and working with tight deadlines.
Essential Job Functions:
- responsible for development of user interfaces
- strong troubleshooting and debugging skills
- produce technical documentation
- ability to prioritize multiple assignments and work under tight deadlines
- work closely with other departments and individuals to meet product design specifications, excellent communication skills
- adhere to coding best practices and in-house standards
- highly motivated team player; self-directed and results-oriented
- professional attitude
Your qualifications must include:
- capable of writing dynamic web-based front ends
- experience designing flexible public-facing user interfaces
- proficient working knowledge in HTML, PERL, Java and SQL
- oracle experience preferable
- adept at developing scalable secure, and highly reliable software
- familiarity with Linux/Unix
- experience with payment or financial systems a plus
As a small company we expect flexibility and initiative from our staff. We maintain an open and enjoyable work environment and reward full participation in our shared goal of growing the business. We offer competitive salary and benefits.
If this sounds like an opportunity and a culture for you, please reply with your resume including reference links to previous work and compensation expectations.