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Spin Systems Inc. (SpinSys) is a rapidly growing, privately-held solutions and technical services company, offering products and a broad range of expertise focused on providing complete solutions for bio-medical intelligence to the U.S. federal government as well as enterprise-wide legal solutions to some of the world's largest companies. SpinSys provides a unique mix of product experience and expertise to help our customers obtain and analyze critical information to drive decisions and elevate performance.  We are looking to add an integral member to our product development team to create and maintain a sophisticated and scalable matter management suite of products that are in wide spread enterprise use.

In addition to being an extraordinary engineer, we want a team member who is passionate on wearing different hats in a small product team:  designing new features, making good product decisions, writing bullet proof code, programming at all levels of the application stack, and contributing to the design of beautiful user interfaces.  We would like you to have most of the following skills prior to joining our team.  If you think you’re missing one or two skills, you can make up for it with passion, attention to detail, a collaborative attitude, a willingness to learn -- and we’ll teach you the rest when you arrive.

SpinSys offers a well-rounded package of benefits: quarterly bonuses, health plans with PPOs, dental plans, flexible spending accounts, three weeks of personal time off each year in addition to ten paid holidays, a 401(k) plan, tuition reimbursement and flexible work arrangements.  THIS CAN BE A WORK FROM HOME ARRANGEMENT AFTER RAMP-UP FOR THE RIGHT CANDIDATE.  JUNIOR TO MID LEVEL.


Responsibilities
 

  • Participate in all phases of the system development lifecycle including creating technical designs, program code, test plans, and verifying test results. Apply reusable code design and design patterns in a test driven development environment
  • Develop technical design documentation based on functional design specifications and implement solutions using object oriented programming techniques
  • Work as part of a team of developers (user-interface, middle tier business logic, data access) and application architects interfacing with business analysts, database developers, infrastructure architects, and quality assurance testers to ensure the successful delivery of an integrated solution meeting the needs of the business.
  • Provide development estimates for implementation and project plans
  • Review applications in all phases of development to ensure adherence to development standards.
  • Research, recommend, and adopt best practices and design patterns for development.


 
Qualifications

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, or a similar science and engineering discipline, and a minimum of 8 years of progressive post-graduate experience. 
  • 3+ years as a professional engineer, building and maintaining web applications from concept to production.
  • Fluent in the following technologies: HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, and jQuery.
  • SharePoint 2013 experience is a plus but not required.
  • Proven skills interfacing with SOA based services.
  • Experience in writing and executing complex SQL queries.
  • Prior experience with other front end technologies such as ColdFusion, JSP, or ASP.NET is a plus.
  • Strong object oriented design skills and familiarity with n-tier applications and Service Oriented Architecture.

 
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