Job opening: SENIOR DEVELOPER (m/f)

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Friday, 2 April

Vertical-Life is hiring. As a Senior Developer you’ll develop software solutions by studying information needs, conferring with product owners, studying systems flow, data usage, and work processes; you’ll investigate problem areas following the software development lifecycle.

Requirements
• Understand emerging web and mobile development models
• Experienced with all ancillary technologies necessary for Internet applications: HTTP, TCP/IP, POP/SMTP, etc.
• High scalability projects involving cloud-based infrastructure design and implementation
• Working knowledge of object-oriented design and development skills
• Good understanding of Web Services protocols such as REST, SOAP and API design for extensibility and portability
• Solid understanding of the Software as a Service (SaaS) model in the online environment
• Experience with Scrum/Agile development methodologies
• Ability to use version control software
• Experience writing SQL queries for SQL Server or another Relational Database is required

What we offer
• Full-time position in our office in Brixen, South Tyrol (Italy); remote work is possible
• Exciting tasks and problems to solve
• A young and unique work environment where you’ll work with a highly motivated, international team
• The opportunity to contribute to the growth stage of an aspiring, innovative company

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