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Mid-Level Software Engineer

Are you looking for a great career with a growing company where you can make an impact and be part of an exciting team? If working on 30+ high traffic websites sounds like an ideal job for you, you've found the right place. We are looking for people that enjoy pushing WordPress to its limits, people who dream in JavaScript and CSS, and enjoy making legacy things new and fresh. 

We are looking for a few great software engineers in the Nashville area to join our team. We have an “always learning” culture driven to improve as both individuals and as a team. If you are interested in being challenged, learning full-stack development, exploring DevOps, and experimenting with Machine Learning/AI, TechnologyAdvice may be the right next step in your career. When you’re not creating or maintaining business-critical software systems, you might be in a technical book club, or possibly playing a game or two of ping-pong. We are a Scrum-based Agile team that strives to deliver business value quickly. Our ideal candidate must maintain a high level of ownership and see assignments through to completion. 

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Building feature-complete software solutions to meet User Story requirements 
  • Manage the technical aspects of 30+ websites running on WordPress 
  • Hands-on development, testing, debugging and ongoing maintenance of both new and existing code (OO-PHP, Vue.js, PostgreSQL/MySQL, JSON, Python) 
  • Author and maintains design documentation 
  • Organize workload to meet deadlines as assigned by leadership 
  • Develop a working knowledge of the company's products and services in order to better understand internal client needs 
  • Ensure leadership is informed of schedules, timelines, statuses, issues, mitigations and all other information 
  • Interact with other key staff members on the design and execution of certain tasks 
  • Regularly participate in Peer Reviews for quality assurance and to maintain best practices 

QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Must be willing to work at the Nashville office (2 days work-from-home available after you are up-to-speed) 
  • Excellent programming, testing and debugging skills 
  • Experience programming with OO-PHP, Vue.js, PostgreSQL/MySQL, JSON 
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills 
  • Ability to work in a cohesive Agile Scrum team environment 
  • Ability to learn new business processes or application nuances quickly 
  • Familiarity with Linux (Bash), Docker, AWS tools, Microservices Architecture Patterns, Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment are all a plus 
  • Proficient in developing and testing RESTful API’s is a plus 
  • Experience with MVC frameworks like PHP. Laravel experience is a plus 
  • Experience with Python is a plus 

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS: 

  • PHP 5+ (PHP 7 is a plus) 
  • Vue.js or similar (React, Angular 2+) 
  • PostgreSQL or MySQL 
  • WordPress 
  • Bash/Linux or similar 
  • HTML, CSS and JavascriptSenior 

 

BENEFITS & PERKS:

TechnologyAdvice team members benefit from an environment that pushes them to grow personally and professionally, with the support of a highly motivated team around them. On top of that, we also offer the following:

  • Comprehensive health insurance (medical, dental, vision, life and disability)
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan with match
  • Flexible Paid Time Off 
  • MacBook Pro or Windows notebook, your choice
  • Weekly Career Development Meetings for your first 60 days
  • Gym Membership reimbursement
  • Bucket List Benefit
  • Team Outings and Volunteer Opportunities
  • Professional development opportunities and incentives
  • Catered lunches 4 days a week
  • Birthday celebrations
  • Coffee, soda, snacks, ping pong, and beer on Fridays

 

ABOUT US:

TechnologyAdvice’s purpose is to create opportunities for technology buyers, technology vendors, our team members and our communities. 

We are dedicated to educating, advising, and connecting buyers and sellers of business technology. As a trusted resource across hundreds of technology verticals, our unbiased research and crowd-sourced product reviews help buyers find the right software to grow their business. 

We work with vendors to grow their customer base through our unique lead generation, content creation, and digital advertising programs. These programs improve product awareness by placing matched solutions in front of their ideal customers using multiple touchpoints.

TechnologyAdvice is based in Nashville, Tenn, and was recently named to the Inc. 5000 list of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies for four consecutive years.  In 2019, TechnologyAdvice received a Nashville Business Journal Small Business Award and was named the Market Mover in the Nashville Chamber’s NEXT Awards, as well as being honored as a Tennessee Top Workplace in 2019 and 2020.

Pre-employment screening required. 

 

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