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Web Developer (Jr.)
Ref No.: 18-16354
Location: Shrewsbury, Massachusetts
Position Type:Contract
Experience Level: 2 Years
Job Title: Web Developer
Location: Shrewsbury, MA
Duration: 12+ Month (potential to extend)


Job Summary:
The full stack web developer will play a critical role on our student applications team, working to integrate, expand and support our innovative client Portal solution. Our team is cross functional, comprising both business analysts and developers. Client is a multi­campus, fluid environment providing exciting opportunities to work in a diverse higher education environment.

Functions:
Analyze current business and functions in partnership with end users. Help to design, develop, document, create and support both existing and new functionality for our student portal application based on design specifications ­ mainly by integrating data from various systems using a variety of languages like Java, JavaScript, NodeJS, and PHP. Will also help to develop, enhance, and maintain stylesheets using CSS, in particular SASS.

Other Functions:
Troubleshoot and support campuses by providing break/fix support and aiding in the translation of business requirements/needs into functional and technical requirements.
Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education, Experience):
Driven, with strong time management skills
Ability to handle and prioritize multiple priorities
Salesforce Experience (Programing/Admin/etc) preferred
2+ Experience designing CSS/SASS
2+ Years' experience with Java
2+ Years' experience with JavaScript
Familiarity with SQL/RDBMS systems
Familiarity with Angular/NodeJS/Bootstrap
Familiarity with Content Management Systems i.e: Liferay, Drupal, etc.

Preferred Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education, Experience):
Experience working with Liferay
Experience using and/or creating RESTful web services or Services based on SOAP Experience with Agile development methodologies
Experience working in teams comprised of both business and development