What You Will Be Doing:
This role is for a Full-Stack developer in the Pipeline Platform, Materials Management product group. This person will participate in all aspects of software design, build, test, and support. This team is building multiple products in the material curation space. These products define the various material types that are used in R&D and Supply Chain processes and are the foundation for various workflows supporting our Crop Science business. High level responsibilities: Work with product management to turn requirements, epics, and users stories into software architectures and designs. Partner closely with team members to build software products. Ensure product quality via automation of unit/integration tests. Full ownership of applications an the infrastructure to which they are deployed. Ownership of on-going support and maintenance of products owned by the team.
Required Skills & Experience:
- Experience in cloud-based applications
- Experience in relational and non-relational databases.
Desired Skills & Experience:
- AWS (Lambdas, SNS, SQS, Fargate, XRay, etc)
We are interested in every qualified candidate who is eligible to work in the United States. However, we are not able to provide sponsorship at this time or accept candidates who would require a corp-to-corp agreement.
If this position sounds like you, WE SHOULD TALK!
We realize our people are our most valuable asset, that is why we offer the following benefits:
- Health, Dental, and Vision insurance
- 401(k) retirement plan
- Long and Short-Term disability
- Life insurance
- Direct deposit
- Referral program
Your better future is ready, and we want to put the right tools in your hands to get you there. Let’s go!
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