The primary focus of this position is to develop, maintain, and test web code that meets business requirements. This individual will be responsible for working with Business Analysts and clients to: interpret business requirements, develop and maintain code using a number of different software tools and ensure the development tasks are completed within the timeline provided and are fully tested with minimal defects, while meeting Coborn's Wildly Important Goals of being the Best Place to Work and Best Place to Shop.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related field and two to four years related experience. Knowledge of Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) project management. Minimum of 5 years of experience in Web Development. Computer skills to include: Working knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite and email systems, solid familiarity with MVC (Model/View/Controller) frameworks, understanding of Object Relational Mapping tools ideally using JPA (Java Persistence API) preferred, however other accepted experience includes Hibernate or EJB3, working knowledge of the following web development technologies: Apache Ant, Tiles, AJAX, JQuery, CSS3, Tomcat and HTML, strong understanding of Relational Databases. Experience in SQL server preferred; experience with RDBMS accepted, experience with JTA (Java transactional api), Spring (IOC), SOLR, Apache Http, PHP, Unix/Linux Scripting, SVN or any source code control tool and JUnit for testing.
Possess a current state driver's license and valid insurance with the ability to travel to business locations as needed.
POSITION TITLE: Baker
LOCATION: Williston, ND
DATE POSTED: January 11, 2013
FTE: Full Time
HOURS: Will work variable hours, including evenings and weekends.
The primary focus of this position is to prepare baked products from scratch, package and label products. The job typically does not require experience or training. Duties include baking product according to directions and eye appeal. Finish, wrap and label product as directed by the Bakery Department Manager. Stock and display bakery cases, transport merchandise from receiving area to storage areas.
Must have excellent oral and written communications for working with customers, employees, and vendors. Must be able to perform basic math computations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Must have dexterity/strength of hands/arms to ice and decorate bakery goods. Must be able to stand almost constantly (more than 80% of time). Must be able to stoop very frequently (51-80% of time).
POSITION TITLE: Bakery Clerk II
SITE: Food Pride
LOCATION: Stanley, ND
DATE POSTED: March 25, 2013
The Bakery Clerk II is responsible for helping to operate and maintain the Bakery department. Maintain good human relations by ensuring that customers receive the best customer service. Treat co-workers with dignity and respect. Maintain presentable and adequately filled shelves. Control freshness by coding all products and pulling out-of-code merchandise daily. Bake-off and finish bakery products. Wrap, package, and price all products accurately and legibly. Answer phones and take special orders. Maintain a regular cleaning and sanitation program. Observe policies and procedures established for the department and comply with state health regulations. Maintain a neat personal appearance according to company's dress code policy.
Must have strong oral communication skills to enhance customer service. Must have dexterity in hands to wrap and package products. Must be able to read and write to be able to code and price product. Ability to lift up to 40 pounds on an irregular basis and 20 pounds on an irregular basis. Must be able to stand for long periods of time, usually the full work shift.