Software Engineer

Website Linn Area Credit Union

Credit Union

We are currently seeking a full time Software Engineer to join our Linn Area Team & Family.  This professional is responsible to design, build, test, deploy and support enterprise IT software and integration solutions across the Credit Union. This individual will work to expose capabilities of the core software and other various software systems to the end users to harness the full power of the software applications. They will have an inclination for intuitive design to create user interfaces that are functional and user friendly. The position requires basic to intermediate understanding of computer science principles, data structures, software languages, web and database technologies.  Most importantly, the position requires a passion for coding, technology and working in a dynamic team environment.

As part of a small but mighty IT Team in the financial services industry, the Software Engineer will have broad exposure to many aspects of the software development stack, enterprise IT systems, and project management practices.  This role will require the ability to adapt quickly to changing requirements and technologies, in addition to delivering timely and quality solutions.  The Software Engineer will be innovative, and must possess a strong customer-focused vision and ‘outside the box’ thinking, along with a pragmatic and organized approach to delivering the right solutions at the right time.

Want more details to see if your skills match our needs?  Here’s a glimpse…
Lead the design and implementation of key initiatives and major features from the frontend client down through the underlying services powering it.
Leverage Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) best practices and develop maintainable and reusable code using internal coding standards.
Understand all phases of project life cycle: analysis, design, implementation, test, debug, and deploy user interface code.
Work cross-departmentally to confirm project requirements by investigating software objectives, input data, and resulting outputs.
The successful candidate will possess a 4 year university degree in the field of technology, computer science, and / or other technology-related field with 2-4 years professional experience in front-end software development.  To get specific, here’s our have-to-possess and wish lists: proficient with JavaScript and related technologies (CSS, HTML, JSON, AJAX, Powershell scripting).  Solid understanding of back-end development: Java or .NET, Web Services (SOAP & RESTful), Web/Service oriented architecture.  Experience with XML required and solid understanding of relational (MSSQL and DB2) databases.  Ability to understand layout aesthetics, web technologies, and a rigor for programming are required (UI/UX design)and can design, deploy and interact with web services internally or with third party vendors.  Lastly, experience with Agile Scrum methodology a plus!

The Software Engineer will actively collaborate with a team of colleagues to support our strategic goals and the Credit Union’s mission of: “To be partners in a successful future with our members and employees by providing caring financial services and community support.”

This is a full time, exempt professional position, salary range is $65,000-75.000 annually, with fabulous benefits reporting to the Information Systems Manager.

So, are we a match??? If it sounds like you and “we” would be a good fit, please send your – not your neighbor’s – cover letter and résumé directed to Human Resources.

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