3 Jun 2013

Full-Time Junior Web Developer

Atlatl SoftwareCharleston, South Carolina, United States

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Job Description

Position Description:

We are looking to hire Junior Web Developer proficient in Python to join our software development team.

Specific Responsibilities: (include but are not limited to)

·    Work directly with our existing team of web developers to obtain a firm understanding of the structure of the database and the code base (current state).

·    Work with the team to identify new features.

·    Learn Cucumber (Behavior Driven Development).  Convert user stories into code and set up automated tests for new features.

·    Assist in the maintenance of Atlatl’s automated test sets (unit, regression and acceptance)

·    Work closely with Atlatl’s QA resources and product owners to fix software discrepancies (bugs).

·    Support the DART development team when integration between the Product Configuration Module and the CLOUD based solution is required.

·    Support teams working on future products when integration between the future product and the CLOUD Based solution is required.

Essential Qualities:

·    Excellent communication and collaborative skills.

·      Passion for product quality and attention to detail.

·      Comfortable with rapid development cycles, tight schedules.

·      Proven problem solving skills, and communication skills for both technical and non-technical audiences.

Other Qualifications:

·    Be Proficient in Python

·    Knowledge of JavaScripts a PLUS

·    Knowledge of HTML/CSS a PLUS

·    Have a strong desire and ability to learn new languages.  Individual will need to become familiar with the following:

Django / Django Forms

·      2-3 years of programming experience (ideally working with enterprise software)

How to Apply

Send resume to : Humanresources@atlatlsoftware.com

Job Categories: Engineering. Job Types: Full-Time. Salary: 60,000 - 80,000.

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