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July 15 2017

Senior FullStack Developer - ReactJS and NodeJS at Bloomon (Amsterdam, Netherlands) (allows remote)

For this job you can either relocate to Amsterdam or work remotely.

We want to make it clear – here at bloomon we are a little rebellious. And a lot disruptive. The new guys taking on the traditional players. While turning our industry on its head.

Therefore, you are a person who is all about stepping out of your comfort zone and performing tasks that are necessary for the success of our great product. You feel comfortable writing decoupled micro-services, indirectly communicating through an event stream or PubSub, and you challenge those writing monolithic APIs.

You’ll probably ask yourself now – how is technology related to the flower industry or to bloomon and how can I be disrupting anything as a full-stack developer in a flower-delivery-company.

Well, we are glad you asked!

You would be surprised to hear that anything in our product is based on tech and data. Behind every bunch of flowers there are tons of algorithms, lines of codes, and you may even come across a bug or two.

How do we work?

Our working methodology is as disruptive as our stack and infrastructure. We are working towards a Squad model founded by spotify, where you work in a small multi-disciplinary team. In addition, we use tools such as Slack, Jira, Github, and Trello to communicate efficiently and asynchronously — this allows us to work with anyone, anywhere.We work from hubs spread out between Europe and Asia. And it works great! After setting priorities, tasks enter a kanban (much like a living sprint), where developers set their own ETA which they themselves can monitor using time tracking. This way all our developers know exactly what to do, when and how. Next to that, this approach allows us to hire amazing developers from around the world, without having to compromise based on their location. Still not convinced? Apply and let us show you!


As you’ve read above we are looking for a full-stack developer. We work with the latest technologies, which allows for rapid development. Think about React.js , Redux, Webpack,Material UI, Node.js, Hapi, Kubernetes, RabbitMQ, etc.. We would love it if you already have a lot of experience in React.js and Redux. If you say you are very experienced with another high-level JavaScript framework such as Vue.js, Angular.js, or Ember.js – we would still be very happy. You do need to have a great understanding of Javascript, e.g. how scopes work and why we don’t like side effects. Everything you do will be in consideration of fundamental principles such as testability, readability, and separation of concerns.

A way to make us even more excited would be if you take an extra suitcase with for example knowledge about React sagas, Grid layouts based on e.g. react-flexbox-grid. It would be great if you could explain why Bootstrap doesn’t play very well with React’s component based architecture, or that css’ global nature in general is somewhat against what we are trying to achieve. But don’t worry if you don’t have it all – we organize peer programming every two weeks – so just take your enthusiasm and we will help you learn.

What do we expect from you?

  • 6 months experience with React.js and redux; or very experienced with a high-level Javascript framework such as Vue.js, Angular.js, or Ember.js

  • 2+ years Javascript (ES6), webpack, and Node.js

  • Great understanding on how to structure maintainable large-scale frontend and backend applications; e.g. how to separate concerns (business logic vs UI vs state)

  • Experience with Node.js frameworks such as HAPI, Restify, Express, Loopback, etc.

  • Experience working with, or great understanding of, micro-services and/or cloud functions

  • Unit, integration, and end-to-end testing

  • SQL

Bonus (not necessary)

  • Laravel / PHP

  • Experience with gRPC, Kafka, RabbitMQ

  • CI/CD (Kubernetes, Jenkins, TravisCI, Docker)

  • Experience with side effect management libraries

  • Grid layouts based on e.g. react-flexbox-grid or Bootstrap

What will YOU do?

Next to regular day-to-day operations (creation and maintenance of web applications, design, code and test new features, incident management, ode reviews for your peer developers, and provide feedback when applicable, coach and share your experience with your team) – we have some exciting projects coming up. Think of turning a set of wireframes and designs into a fully functional gifting system, allowing our customers to give bloomon to their friends with great ease.. Or a flexible promotion codes system for sales teams in Europe or a forecasting system for our purchasing and production teams. Another one would be to setup pipelines that convert input from a transaction database to a data warehouse, optimized for data analysis, or in order to sync this data with external APIs such as our CRM system.

July 14 2017

Piggy, LLC: UI Developer - Remote

Senior Software Engineer - VMware at Rackspace, the #1 managed cloud company (San Antonio, TX) (allows remote)

Rackspace is a leading managed services provider for cloud and hosting solutions based on VMware technologies with more than a decade’s worth of VMware operational expertise gained from operating thousands of virtual machines and hypervisors on a global scale. This is one of the biggest market opportunities and a growing business for Rackspace. This division is also one of the largest businesses within Rackspace with aggressive goals to grow the business further.
As a VMware Software Engineer at Rackspace, you will contribute to our hosting and cloud products powered by VMware technologies. You will have a great opportunity to grow your career working on some of the latest and greatest VMware technologies, including compute, storage and network virtualization, software-defined datacenter, cloud orchestration and automation, and more. Develop products to help transform thousands of customers from their on-premise IT infrastructure into a hybrid cloud journey by working alongside Rackspace architects, engineers, support, as well as our VMware partners.
Do you love technology? Do you want a job that will allow you to have an influence in the future of traditional IT customers to grow into the hybrid cloud world? Do you want to grow your career in one of the hottest areas of managed hosting and cloud solutions? Join us in a job you will love, as a VMware Software Engineer at Rackspace!

Technologies we use in this job:

Software Engineers on the VMware team code in Java, Python and Grails.  We also use message bus technologies and Postgres.  If you are comfortable with 60% of these technologies and LOVE to learn, don't hesitate to reach out!

Site Reliability Engineer at DuckDuckGo (Paoli, PA) (allows remote)

We are a diverse team from around the world working together on a mission to make DuckDuckGo the world's most trusted search engine, and we want your help! 

Join us as a site reliability engineer at DuckDuckGo and become part of the team shaping our growing infrastructure. As a member of our Operations team you will work together with your peers to keep the search engine online, stable and fast. You will leverage your expertise to challenge our assumptions about the reliability of our deployment and the effectiveness of our processes as we grow. 

As a member of a global Operations team you will sometimes be expected to work inconvenient hours for on-call responsibilities and synchronous work with your team. The ability to coordinate with people across time zones is an expectation of the role.

Senior Android Engineer to Help Build the Next Generation of the Web at Brave Software (San Francisco, CA) (allows remote)

Brave is looking for an experienced Android developer to help build our Brave Web Browser app. It's already receiving rave reviews and we are only just beginning. Jump in and work with a not-notch team and watch our adoption soar with your help.

Engineering Manager (Performance Lead) at Wikimedia Foundation (San Francisco, CA) (allows remote)

Location: San Francisco, CA or Remote


The Wikimedia Foundation is looking for an experienced engineering manager to oversee our Performance Team. We are looking for someone who is passionate about Wikimedia's mission to bring free knowledge to every person on the planet, and who will strive to help Wikimedia software developers learn to incorporate performance into their development practices.

The Engineering Manager will work with the Product and Technology teams at Wikimedia who support engineers and designers building features, products, and services used by hundreds of millions of people around the world. This is an opportunity to do good while improving the performance of one of the best known sites in the world.

YOU ARE ... a smart, experienced, hands on software professional that understands all aspects of performance in a top web property. You have significant software performance experience in large scale systems. You have experience counseling engineering and non-engineering teams about performance requirements and implications of their projects. You know how to build software to the highest standards and hold others to the same high standards. You embrace the concepts of open source software development and the importance of community building. You have experience with and enjoy working with highly technical and passionate teams. You enjoy being part of a large, vibrant, passionate and involved community.

You will be managing a team responsible for ensuring the performance of applications written in PHP and JavaScript, using both relational and key-value data storage mechanisms. The team intervenes at any level of the Wikimedia production stack, including its caching, traffic layers, and more. You should be comfortable auditing and improving performance in languages and tools you’ve never worked with before. Given the diversity of our software stack, the ability to get out of one’s comfort zone is a must-have skill to manage the Performance Team.

You will be driving and producing most of the team’s communication, which can take the form of collaboration with other teams, advocacy, internal and external talks, blog posts and more. You will be the chief performance evangelist to the Foundation, the Movement and the greater Web Performance community.

As an Engineering Manager, we’d like you to do these things:

  • Be the performance standard bearer in the Foundation and our communities.

  • Be visible in the performance community and work to influence others and bring learnings to the team.

  • Work together with the other team members to identify areas for performance improvement and the needed solutions.

  • Serve as a subject matter expert on performance and a resource to engineering teams across the Foundation.

  • Manage a team of four members, conduct performance reviews, hiring, goal-setting, compensation planning, and career development.

  • Design and develop performance-centric enhancements of Wikimedia systems.

  • Conduct performance reviews of software designs and implementations.

  • Define and manage department budget.

It would be great if you have experience in one or more of these:

  • Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree in Computer Science, or a related field.

  • Working on a large, mature, open source project.

  • Contributing to the Wikipedia or Wikimedia project communities.

  • Virtualization technologies.

  • Building and maintaining large-scale server applications.

  • Developing and debugging in Linux (LAMP) environments.

  • Knowledge of PHP, HHVM and JavaScript.

  • Debugging front-end JavaScript web applications in Chrome or Firefox.

  • Linux system administration and automation using shell scripting (bash, ZSH, etc.)

  • Static analysis tools such as Veracode, pfff, PHP-sat, or PHP_CodeSniffer.

  • C/C++ debugging using open source tools like gdb or Valgrind.

  • Operating system internals, filesystems, programming language design, or compilers.

Please provide URLs to any existing free software work you may have done (your own software or patches to other packages) if possible – we'd love to see what you can do!

Full Stack Ninja at NinjaCat () (allows remote)

If you are quick like a ninja and nimble as a cat, come join NinjaCat!  We are looking for a software developer to join an amazing team of creative people passionate about technology.  We need somebody who will:

  • Think on their feet about solutions to problems

  • Create features that delivers on usability, performance and software craftsmanship

  • Work through business and technology problems with a tight knit team. We collaborate on ideas starting from a random thought to a full blow feature.

  • Enjoys the flexibility of working from home and at startup speed. This is not a 9-5 job.  Note, we are only accepting candidates in North America, with a preference for developers in the Toronto or Long Island area.

  • Understand the customers come first. We ship often and work closely with customers to get it right.

About us

  • We develop mostly in PHP, Laravel, Vue.js and TypeScript.

  • Everybody is able to communicate complex ideas in a way that can share their vision

  • We do continuous deployment to production, which means we get early feedback from customers

  • We write good tests. Not tests for the sake of tests, but tests that help us think out code design and protect ourselves from regression and ultimately move faster.

  • We run everything on AWS. If you haven't used it, it’s great. 

Pluralsight: Software Engineer
Doximity: Data Scientist (Sr.)
Doximity: Data Engineer (Sr.)

July 13 2017

Remote Senior Software Engineer (Java) at ALICE () (allows remote)

ALICE solves the complex logistics of running every department in a hotel through a unified platform. We are looking for a product minded Back End or Full Stack Java Engineer to build the next generation of ALICE products and their technical architecture. We build efficient and resilient systems that can scale globally and operate in real time.

Our front end stack is AngularJS. Our back end is Java, Groovy/Grails, Spring MVC, and Hibernate. 

Skills & Requirements

  • Object Oriented Development for 5+ Years in Java or comparable language

  • Understanding of databases, SQL and Data Modeling

  • Distributed Systems Architecture / SOA

  • Real time systems and messaging

  • Experience or interest in learning front end development (AngularJS, CSS3, HTML5)

  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science

Intermediate Rails Developer - Southeast U.S. at Baldwin Aviation - Safety & Compliance (Hilton Head Island, SC) (allows remote)

Baldwin Aviation is a leader in aviation safety management systems and we are looking for a remote* (or on-site) developer to join our development team.

We are seeking a motivated and dependable Ruby on Rails developer with full stack experience who is eager to join a company that is making a difference in the industry. We are a small company, which means we each have the flexibility and responsibility to be creative in how we build our software solutions. Get ready to make a big impact with a market-changing company and to hit the ground running!

*If remote, we would prefer candidates who are located in the Southeast U.S. - close enough to drive to our headquarters in Hilton Head, SC to spend a week every 4-6 weeks onsite. 

Full Stack Software Engineer at Motel () (allows remote)

Motel is looking for an experienced Full Stack Software Engineer to join our team who will not only help us build great products, but also be an important part of maturing our development process. You can learn more about working at Motel here.

You’ll be joining a nimble team of talented, driven engineers dedicated to working together in a supportive and collaborative environment — passionate about mentorship, growth, and constantly improving the quality of our work across the team. Our technical chops are strong but our healthy communication, support, and collaboration make us most proud. You can expect:

  • Safe and supportive code review

  • Healthy test coverage

  • Dedicated time and budget for learning new technology

  • Servant leadership

Join us if you have an excellent knowledge of deployment, performance, debugging, refactoring, design patterns and other programming practices. You should have experience with multiple programming languages and paradigms.

While full stack experience is a requirement, we are currently refining our preferences in languages and toolsets. We currently have Elixir, Node, React, Vue, and Ember applications in production. Experience or interest in Elixir is a big plus.

Very well-qualified applicants will also be skilled mentors, consultants, and should show a consistent track record of contributing to open source communities.

First Year Goals

To give you a glimpse of how we see your skill set growing and impacting our team in the near future, take a look at our first year goals for this position:

  • To lead a team of engineers on a client or internal product

  • To contribute to new open source projects

  • To pass on new skills to the rest of the engineering team by presenting at our weekly team meeting

  • To write technical presentations and posts for your local engineering community

  • To directly mentor a fellow engineer To architect a technical solution to a client problem

July 12 2017

Devops / Sysadmin Engineer (PHP) at Compucorp (London, UK) (allows remote)

Can you help us automate our infrastructure and build our first SaaS product?

We like to build stuff… sometimes complicated stuff… for Non Profits, Charities and Art Galleries. We’re on the lookout for a confident and ambitious Devops / Sysadmin to join our fast growing startup to help us automate our development processes and build our first SaaS product.

We do things a little differently, basing all our solutions on open source products, offer a great work-life balance with flexible working hours and a real team mentality.

Our work covers web design, app development and branding for Charities and non-profit organisations across the country. Our clients include Charities such as Wikimedia and Farm Africa, art galleries such as the Photographers Gallery and Craft Central but also companies, trade associations and government bodies. We mainly work on the Drupal platform, but someone with a wide range of interests would be favourable.

We are looking for someone to join the team with the vision to help us automate our infrastructure so that everything runs like clockwork. That will involve:

- Automating tasks such as security and deployment releases, site updates and server maintenance using tools such as Jenkins, Chef, Puppet, Ansible etc

- Be the key architect in helping us to develop a robust SaaS platform for a really significant Drupal project for the not for profit sector that we are currently working on.

- Integrating with Hipchat and developing an inhouse Hubot (or similar).

- Develop command line tools to simplify developer tasks such as cloning client sites to local environments.

- There will also be the opportunity to get involved with data migration, data integration, database tuning and management and the ideal candidate would have existing MySQL (or similar) experience. 

If you live and breath Linux and love reconfiguring Web servers for the LEMP/LAMP stack until they are as secure as a rock but would also enjoy the challenge of developing a new SaaS platform on AWS then we would love to hear from you.

EU data protection requirements and locations for remote working:

Although this is a remote position, due to EU data protection requirements, only persons from countries that the EU considers to have adequate level of data protection may apply. The list can be found here:


Before applying please confirm that your location is on the list.

Senior Software Engineer at Travelport Locomote (Melbourne, Australia) (allows remote)

Senior Software Engineers

Most Engineers will stay with one company for approximately 15 months

Our Engineers stay with us for at least twice that!

Find out why?... http://www.locomote.com/company-careers

The Opportunities

Want to be a part of something big? We are going through a rapid growth period and have the ability to put together a team of problem solvers who aren’t afraid to do things differently. Join us on our quest to vanquish soap breathing dragons with shining swords of JSON and change the travel industry forever!

We encourage the learning and development of cross skilled teams. We write CoffeeScript and Ruby and run Node and Ruby on Rails. Our focus is on clean maintainable code.

What’s in it for you

Want to be inspired and supported so you actually love coming into work? A place where each day brings a new adventure? We look after our people by creating an environment which challenges and excites. Check out some of our benefits:

  • Regular Hackathons (2 full days) with impressive prizes

  • Lunch and Learns

  • An awesome office overlooking Albert Park (yes our Engineers have the best views)

  • A Learning & Development framework, Health & Wellbeing program and many more initiatives focused on developing you

  • A chill out room where you can take time out from slaying soap breathing dragons

  • Fully stocked kitchen

  • Annual Loco Cup

  • Extra Holiday & Parental Leave

  • Champions for Change – because we think female technologist are pretty amazing too

  • Competitive salaries and all the regular benefits also included.

What we are looking for

If you have a background in Ruby, Node.js or Javascript, you’re just what we are looking for.

Whilst experience in both is beneficial, a lack thereof can be overcome with a strong commitment to writing clean code backed up by a solid understanding of fundamental computing principles, plus we have the environment to support your learning.

Next Steps

If you’re up for a challenge, break the below code and send us the answer to peopleandculture@locomote.com


Senior Engineer at Thinkful Inc. (New York, NY) (allows remote)

Thinkful is growing, and we’re looking for senior software engineers looking to build the future of online education. The most successful students are driven to improve their skills and their careers – the same holds true for Thinkful’s team. The team here enjoys massive responsibility, resources to learn, and the opportunity to see and shape the entire business.

We’re especially attracted to candidates with non-traditional backgrounds that show high growth with 5+ years of side projects, on the job experience, and learning. This role is open to anyone in the US, especially those with a track record of working remotely, or candidates looking to relocate.

Alongside technical challenges in our core technologies (React and Python) there will be managerial responsibilities for those interested as the team grows doubles in the coming year.

Our stack is currently React, Python, PostgreSQL, redis, ElasticSearch, Heroku and AWS. You’ll be coming in to play with a distributed system comprised of 35+ services that talk to each other over REST, leading the thoughtful expansion of the services and their architecture. And at your fingertips will be a community of hundreds of software engineering mentors eager to contribute. You’ll need to be familiar with distributed systems, networking and UNIX.

-Lead entire SDLC of products and software systems, from analysis to deployment
-Work with design, product and engineering teams to design and implement Thinkful's products
-Collaborate with the rest of the engineering and product team to plan development cycles
-Mentor smart colleagues (engineers and non-engineers) that are learning software development ropes

-5+ years software engineering experience and a passion for building.
-Exceptional written and verbal communication: you take pride in your skills, and believe that what you say is as important as how you say it
-Enjoy working with people, not just putting your head down and programming: you enjoy helping people -learn and grow
-Familiar with the networking stack, and are not afraid to debug memory and computation complexity.
-Experience developing and deploying complex backend systems yourself

Compensation and benefits
-Competitive base salary and equity
-Healthcare, Dental, and Vision insurance are 100% covered for individual

Front End: CSS Styling and Drupal Themeing Engineer at Compucorp (London, UK) (allows remote)

We like to build stuff… sometimes complicated stuff… for Art Galleries, Non-Profits and Charities.

We’re an innovative bootstrapped startup based in London in the UK. We've grown to over 30 staff in the past 2 years based solely on the quality of the work we’ve been producing for our clients and we’re on the lookout for a talented CSS Styling Specialist and Drupal Themer to join our team.

We do things a little differently, basing all our solutions on open source products, having flexible working hours and a real team mentality. Our work covers web design, app development and branding for Charities, Art Galleries and Non-profit organisations across the country. Our clients include Charities such as Wikimedia, Amnesty and Farm Africa, galleries such as the Photographers Gallery and Craft Central but we’ve got a long client list that includes other companies, trade associations and government bodies.

The role will expose you to a really wide range of projects and you can expect to be developing all sorts of web applications, sites and apps for a range of clients. Your principle focus will be in converting complex and challenging designs into responsive pixel perfect themes for the Drupal platform but we also develop other stand alone sites and platforms which will also require your styling expertise. There is also the opportunity to contribute to the design and UX process on a number of fronts and the ideal candidate will help us to achieve the best user experience solutions for our clients.

The ideal candidate will have:

– Excellent HTML and CSS skills including working knowledge of LESS or SASS, Bootstrap or Zurb Foundation and other frameworks etc
– Excellent experience with Drupal themeing (both Drupal 7 and 8 experience a positive)
– Git experience
– Confidence in a PHP based environment

As part a small (but growing) team of 30 you’ll have instant responsibility and an opportunity to learn new skills and explore new technologies.

What were looking for is someone who can grasp concepts quickly, has great attention to detail, and most importantly loves a tech challenge. In short, we’re a team of self confessed geeks who love tinkering and tweaking until something is just right and are looking for someone who thinks and acts like us.

Please note that this is a remote position.

Full Stack Developer at Wrapt (Washington, DC) (allows remote)

The Challenge

We are seeking a mid-level developer hungry to drive our technical build out work, in close collaboration with our software development firm. We aim to launch in late 2017.

The Team

Unlike most start-ups, Wrapt is already 1.5 years in development, done with our Seed round, proving concept, testing and preparing for launch. We are a company with committed, experienced professionals from social change brand sectors including luxury travel, consumer products, and pioneers of social change brands where we have led marketing, communications, HR and operations functions.

Now taking our user testing to launch, this person will take on more responsibility, driving the build out of our platform towards launch, and looking to build our tech team as we grow. Essential is an understanding of e-commerce, machine learning and an attitude of hard work and problem solving.

Wrapt has a vision for a social impact and we are aimed at upending the $800 Billion gift giving industry by bringing curation, personalization and artisanship back to gift-giving.

This Developer will:

  • Demonstrate development expertise and leadership that can potentially grow and develop over time with the company (see specifics below);

  • Demonstrate that she/he has worked in non-profit or for-profit culture of collaboration that is fast-paced, results oriented and team driven;

  • Be able to manage technical aspects of our build-out, working daily with the CEO and our software firm to take on day to day coding, budget mgmt. and time mgmt. on our platform’s progress;

  • Be an excellent communicator;

  • Be collaborative in spirit, knowing that a successful team leads to a successful launch and company;

  • Be enthusiastic about start up culture, opportunity and potential while recognizing the reality of meeting timelines, metrics and measures of success;

 Required Skills

  • 3+ years experience building web applications using Rails, CSS/SASS, Javascript/jQuery and SQL

  • Estimating effort by our firm and managing technology budgets

  • Clear communication and systems thinking

  • Experience working with e-commerce platforms

  • Ability to optimize application performance

  • Implementation of responsive designs

 This individual must be a team leader, collaborator, self-motivated and a fast moving, multiple-hat-wearing member of our start up, looking to uncover and solve issues everyday. Working directly with the CEO and CTO of our development firm, this individual will create product timelines, generate updates, manage technical discussions and meetings and articulate our technical points of difference as we seek to raise our next round of capital.

Android Product Manager at Wikimedia Foundation (San Francisco, CA) (allows remote)


Wikipedia is looking for an experienced and collaborative Product Manager to drive improvements to Wikipedia that enable our communities to achieve our Vision: a world in which every single human being can freely share in the sum of all knowledge.

For this role, you will join our Readers Team, a team dedicated to improving the way that readers throughout the world consume Wikipedia content.  As a product manager on a relatively small team, you are responsible for a large part of the Wikipedia user experience.

About Wikipedia Product Team 

Product Managers at Wikipedia work with engineers, designers, researchers and communities of users to build features, products and services used by hundreds of millions of people around the world. This is an opportunity to have a high level of positive impact, worldwide.

We'd like you to do these things:    

  • Lead the creation and development of features that will enhance the dissemination and consumption of Wikipedia content through native Android apps

  • Work with a highly talented team of engineers and designers to define, design, and build features that delight

  • Understand the needs of users in order to prioritize new features and product enhancements for the development team

  • Collaborate with our large community of active users and volunteers to improve features

  • Communicate product vision to internal and external partners  

  • Use both qualitative and quantitative methods to measure the impact of features

  • Be a positive force for change!

We'd like you to have these skills:   

  • 2+ years’ Product Management experience with mobile apps

  • Working knowledge of the Android platform and Play Store ecosystem

  • Experience working with large groups of active collaborators: community building, activism, product evangelism, or in open source movements

  • Experience working in an agile software development environment   

  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills    

And it would be even more awesome if you have this:  

  • Experience with Play Store marketing and app growth

  • Experience building consumer-facing apps

  • Proficiency in more than one language

  • Experience editing Wikipedia

  • Experience with open source software development  

Benefits & Perks *

  • Fully paid medical, dental and vision coverage for employees and their eligible families (yes, fully paid premiums!)

  • The Wellness Program provides reimbursement for mind, body and soul activities such as fitness memberships, massages, cooking classes and much more

  • The 401(k) retirement plan offers matched contributions at 4% of annual salary

  • Flexible and generous time off - vacation, sick and volunteer days, plus 19 paid holidays - including the last week of the year.

  • Family friendly! 100% paid new parent leave for seven weeks plus an additional five weeks for pregnancy, flexible options to phase back in after leave, fully equipped lactation room.

  • For those emergency moments - long and short term disability, life insurance (2x salary) and an employee assistance program

  • Pre-tax savings plans for health care, child care, elder care, public transportation and parking expenses

  • Telecommuting and flexible work schedules available

  • Appropriate fuel for thinking and coding (aka, a pantry full of treats) and monthly massages to help staff relax

  • Great colleagues - diverse staff and contractors speaking dozens of languages from around the world, fantastic intellectual discourse, mission-driven and intensely passionate people

* for benefits eligible staff, benefits may vary by location

More Information



Mobile/.NET Web Developer (Remote Opportunity) at J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. () (allows remote)

This position may be based out of our Appleton, WI Technology Office, or may work remotely from a home-based office with in the US.

***Please note, no visa sponsorship is available for this position.***

Looking to grow and advance your development skills? Learn mobile? Work with an experienced team, excited about the work they are doing? We’re a team that is passionate about technology and remaining cutting-edge. We’ve grown and promoted the majority of our leaders and Sr. development team members internally, so we understand the importance of keeping skills up-to-date. We place focus on continually learning through a formal, in-house Technology Training Program and events that promote creativity and innovation, such as 24-hour events where associates are encouraged to pursue and develop ideas they are passionate about. We even have multiple patents for technology we’ve created!

Technology We're Using:

Our Technology Solutions team is developing compliance based software for 15+ mobile and web applications.  Our mobile applications are implemented natively on Android via Android Studio/Java and on iOS via Objective-C/X-code.  Our web applications are undergoing a cloud native architecture transformation utilizing technologies like: React, Redis NoSQL, Git, with micro-service based C#/.NET backend, deployed to the Azure public cloud.  The Azure platform allows for dynamic scaling of our applications to meet the demand of a growing a user-base and their use of ELDs.  Tools like Chef, Release Management and Jenkins, are used to automate the spinning up of the Azure environments and services on demand.  With the combination of Release Management and feature toggles, our applications are continuously deployed to our beta and production environments quickly getting features into our customer hands..

Don't have mobile development experience? Our experienced development team will work with you to learn mobile and help broaden your skill set!

As a member of our commercial development team, you can leave the on-call schedule behind, experience work-life balance, have the stability of continuous new development work while continuing to learn new technologies. Also, we provide MacBookPro, dual monitors, Android Tablet, and iOS device for each member of our tech team!

To learn more about how J. J. Keller Tech Teams promote innovation, check out our Ship It Day video or view some of the ways our tech teams give back to the community via our Give Camp Projects. J. J. Keller's team of over 200 technology professionals continues to grow as we develop unique and innovative solutions for our associates and customers.

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