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Junior Developer

Posted: September 28, 2022
Company name: Envase Technologies
Location: Dover, NH, United States
Country: United States
Poster represents: an employer
Terms of employment: Independent contractor (hourly)
Hours: Full time
Onsite: no
Description: Envase Technologies provides mission-critical, cloud-based transportation management system (TMS) enterprise software and mobile applications to the intermodal transportation industry, with a core focus on the drayage trucking niche.

We are looking for a Junior Developer with experience with Perl to help us design and implement the GTG product services, applications, and projects currently being worked on.

Responsibilities/Duties

Developing and maintaining applications for various other company-wide systems and projects

Perform regular maintenance and improvement on the developed integrations

Work collaboratively with other engineers, and be willing to take on any engineering tasks that contribute to the progress towards goals of the team and company

Conduct design and code reviews of your work with other members of the team and cross-functionally with other groups affected by your work)

Participate in technical communication with customers, partners, and management

Work and collaborate with product management, support, and implementation teams to ensure our customers’ needs are met.

Requirements

At least 3 years of experience with Perl, Python, and advanced SQL

At least 3 years of experience in Application development with various levels of responsibility

Understanding of cloud infrastructure (AWS preferrable) and security (not required)

Great communication skills written and verbal.

Ability to work independently and as part of a team in a remote environment

Knowledge in logistics and supply chain (not required)
Desired skills: Perl, Python, and advanced SQL, AWS
Website for more information: www.envasetechnologies.com
Contact information: pherrera@envasetechnologies.com

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