Environmental Software Developer

October 2, 2017

Description:

As a member of the EarthSoft Development team, working from your home office as a telecommuter, you will assist in the development of EarthSoft’s Environmental Quality Information System (EQuIS) product line. You will work closely with other developers, client managers, and support technicians to maintain, develop, and support the most widely used environmental data management system in the world. You will be involved in client-driven, agile development using Microsoft .NET technologies as well as HTML/Javascript/CSS. Occasional travel may be required as you assist with the development and deployment of the system.

EarthSoft is the industry leader in environmental data management software. Our flagship product, EQuIS (Environmental Quality Information System), assists clients in many industries with managing their environmental data. EQuIS is used by many government agencies, industrial property owners, over 300 consultants, and over 400 analytical labs around the world. Please visit www.earthsoft.com for further information on EQuIS.

Skills Required

  • Excellent verbal and written communication (in English)
  • Ability to research and resolve problems using a variety of resources and tools
  • High initiative; ability to work with minimal supervision
  • Able to manage and prioritize multiple tasks simultaneously
  • 1-3 years of experience in object-oriented development (preferably in Microsoft .NET and/or HTML/Javascript/CSS)
  • Familiarity with agile development
  • Experience with database development including Microsoft SQL Server and/or Oracle
  • Environmental knowledge/experience is highly desirable but not required

Apply:

  • To apply for this position, please email a cover letter and resume to resumes@earthsoft.com
  • Compensation: Commensurate upon experience
  • Please, no phone calls

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