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Systems Software Engineer in Eden Prairie, MN at Vaco

Date Posted: 11/8/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

The Systems Software Engineer programs new applications and modifies existing computer information systems including business applications and web solutions. This role is engaged throughout the application development lifecycle, providing technical expertise, to analyze, design, develop and test applications, ensuring business requirements are met.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Codes, tests, and debugs programs, ensuring business requirements are met and documentation is created and maintained.
Designs database architecture to integrate applications.
Troubleshoots and quickly solves problems, as well as fixes reported defects to ensure proper functionality.
Leverages and builds technology knowledge to act as a subject matter expert.
Ensures compliance with development standards.
Safe-guards all customer, employee and company proprietary and personal information ensuring customer and employee data is kept confidential at all times.

Additional Duties and Responsibilities
Collaborates on and supports the creation of application architecture.
Provides technical support for business systems in response to outages.
Acts as liaison, between IT functional unit and cross-functional project teams, and participates as project team member.
Performs other projects or miscellaneous duties as requested or assigned.

Bachelor's degree in computer science, MIS or equivalent related experience.

5-8 years in Java software development, developing and designing applications.
Designing architectures to meet requirements utilizing technologies across application tiers:
Client-side (e.g., Java, Javascript, HTML, CSS)
API use and development (e.g., REST, JSON, XML, SOAP)
Relational database (e.g., Oracle, MySQL, SQL Server, no-SQL databases), preferred
AWS Cloud Services & Developer Tools
Web Servers (e.g., Tomcat, Apache, Glassfish), strongly preferred.
Working in a cross-functional environment.