Are you tired of meaningless work?
Want to build software that people will actually use?
Want to help make a difference in your community?
We develop software for United Way, one of the largest non-profits in the world. We provide our customers with the tools to make lasting changes in their (and your) local community and around the world.
This job is not for the faint of heart. Our enterprise software is a sophisticated application that runs all aspects of the United Way business. Our software encompasses CRM, marketing, campaigning, online giving, volunteering, event management, grant making, community impact measurements, and much more.
We are looking for energetic Java developers with exceptional SQL query skills to work with our customers in migrating their data from their legacy system into our product. You will be in constant contact and work closely with our customers to understand their unique data structures and map these efficiently into our database. While working on these data migrations, you will also juggle your other Java software development projects. You must be able to actively participate or lead in all aspects of software development, including the following: vision, requirements gathering, design, coding, all testing, QA, and customer approval.
You must be motivated, a self-starter, and the best at what you do. You will offer support and receive support from your co-workers and our customers. The skills you have acquired from your Post Secondary degree or diploma coupled with your superior intelligence will make you a valuable asset to our team and also our customers.
Things you must be able to do in your sleep:
- Code Java, AWT, Java/FX, and Swing
- Write complex Microsoft SQL queries
- Work with Eclipse
- Learn new skills and concepts
Impress us with the following bonus skills and knowledge:
- User interface design
- Database design and normalization
- Web development
- Microsoft Access databases
- Foxpro database
- Other legacy databases
To start your new life, send us your resume.
No agencies please