Imagine a career where your skills and creativity can redefine math education around the world. MIND Research Institute is dedicated to research on learning and the brain and the application of this research to the development of effective math education programs. MIND's uniquely visual math education process engages the learner's spatial-temporal reasoning abilities to explain, understand, and solve multi-step problems.
We are currently seeking an innovative Sr. NetSuite Developer to join our IT team. In this role, you will work with business leaders to design and implement creative solutions to improve business processes using the full set of NetSuite developer tools. This position is key to improving our NetSuite system and increasing its value as a resource for the company.
Essential Functions of the Job:
- Collaborate with end users, managers and IT to develop business requirements
- Analyze requirements, create and document innovative solutions
- Program custom solutions using the NetSuite developer tools including
- Develop scripts for data maintenance and integrations
- Oversee unit and end user testing
- Ensure high quality results and minimal bugs in all projects
- Assist NetSuite Business Analyst with challenging user questions
- Assist with end user training on custom solutions
- Assist with integrating other cloud based technologies with NetSuite
- Bachelor’s degree in computer science or similar discipline.
- 2+ years experience programming with NetSuite and/or other CRM/ERP tools
- 2+ years experience programming with relational databases
- Experience developing custom APIs using REST, JSON, AJAX etc.
- Experience with SOAP based XML web services
- Ability to balance requirements from multiple stakeholders and develop appropriate solutions.
- Knowledge of cloud based systems and technologies
- Ability to stay organized and deliver projects while juggling multiple priorities.
Want to learn more about our innovative approach? Watch our COO and founder Dr. Matthew Peterson discuss Teaching Without Words at the TEDx OrangeCoast event.