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Senior Web Application Developer
Minster, OH

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Senior Application Developer

 

Our client is a leader in their industry, profitable and growing.  Their core values include innovation and collaboration.  They believe in empowering their employees to be creative and solve problems.  IT is a core value within the company and they are committed to leading edge solutions.    Mid-sized, privately held company.   This is a direct hire role with excellent benefits including medical, dental, paid vacation and holidays, 401k contributions and more.   Hybrid and flexible work environment but must be able to be on site periodically.     

The Senior Web Developer will analyze, design, and develop new systems and perform maintenance and support on our existing Angular based applications. You will be part of a value-added team that provides a competitive edge in helping to discover solutions to quality and productivity improvements. 

Duties and Responsibilities include:

  • Prepare detailed program specifications, identify requirements, and participate in design & development of our web systems
  • Collaborate internally and across cross functional teams to produce the best quality and service to our customers.
  • Review feedback from users and subject matter experts and make recommendations to improve functionality
  • Ensure data integration and communication between interrelated systems
  • Continuously look for ways to improve our systems and processes 

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in MIS, Computer Science or a related field
  • 5+ years’ experience coding and modifying web based applications using technologies such as JavaScript, Angular 8+, React, Vue, jQuery, HTML, CSS
  • Ability to consume Rest API’s is a plus
  • Mobile App Development is a plus
  • Experience with GIT/GIT Hub is a plus


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