Company Name:
Mail Services, LLC
Position Type:
We are looking for a web developer to join our team to help support and maintain an existing suite of web applications in a LAMP environment. There will also be opportunities to work on new projects as time permits. Duties would include:
Setting up new customers as they are acquired / making changes to configurations
Fixing bugs / testing / deployment
Adding new features as required
Writing additional documentation for support staff and customers
Answering customer questions that lower levels of support are not equipped to handle
Helping other technical staff complete programming projects
Has developed / tested web applications in a Linux Environment
Can write both good, clean code and process documentation
Has excellent attention to detail
Familiar with OOP / Design patters and how to use these effectively
Good foundation of secure coding practices (e.g. OWASP Top 10)
Works well with non-technical staff and customers
Helpful, but not required:
ExtJS (now Sencha)
Laravel Framework
Familiar with Atlassian workflow using Jira, Stash, Bamboo and Confluence
Testing / Build tools like xUnit, Grunt, Protractor, Jasmine
C / C++
Education -
Bachelors in Computer Science, MIS or an equivalent combination of experience and education
Company Description:
For years, Mail Services has been helping businesses large and small manage and control a full spectrum of documents, including bills, statements and marketing materials. By putting our expertise to work for you, you'll save both time and money. With our help, you'll realize rapid, error-free mail processing which delivers the level of excellence, accuracy and speed you expect from your partner. Outfitted with advanced equipment that processes high-volume printing and mailing, our staff of professionals makes it all happen efficiently and accurately. That means you can focus on what you do best -- running your business.

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