About the Role
As a Software Developer, you will build and maintain systems that run devices and networks as well as develop applications that make it possible for people to perform specific tasks on computers, cellphones, or other devices.
Bachelor's degree in computer science or related degree.
Knowledge of software development.
The desire to work in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to develop unit testing of code components or complete applications.
Must be a full-stack developer and understand concepts of software engineering.
Experience working on a variety of software development projects.
Excellent programming language knowledge.
Modifying software to fix errors, adapt it to new hardware, improve its performance, or upgrade interfaces.
Directing system testing and validation procedures.
Directing software programming and documentation development.
Consulting with departments or customers on project status and proposals.
Working with customers or departments on technical issues including software system design and maintenance.
Analyzing information to recommend and plan the installation of new systems or modifications of an existing system.
Consulting with engineering staff to evaluate software-hardware interfaces and develop specifications and performance requirements.
Designing and developing software systems using scientific analysis and mathematical models to predict and measure outcomes and design consequences.
Preparing reports on programming project specifications, activities, or status.
Conferring with project managers to obtain information on limitations or capabilities.