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Fully covered health insurance, paid vacation, profit sharing, 401k, casual attire. Full Time Salaried position. Remote office can be considered for the right person.
GeoSearch, Inc. is actively recruiting for an entry level Software Developer to assist an inhouse development team with supporting and maintaining our industry standard GIS software tools. This is an opportunity to work within a progressive, small team-oriented software company.
Successful candidates will have the ability to interact effectively with others and work as a team. They will also need to be able to think and work independently.
Responsibilities will include:
- Assisting development tool customers
- Creating and maintaining internal build procedures
- Generating code sample for SDK libraries
- Additional projects as assigned
The position provides constant opportunities to work with software developers from around the world as they implement our technology. Our customers include Oracle, Google, Microsoft, and many other household names.
Required familiarity with the software development process. Primary development in C++, with knowledge of Microsoft Visual, .NET framework, and Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC) preferred. Additional skills with Qt, java, or C++ development on Unix environments are appreciated. Some travel may be required.
Bachelor's degree required. Computer science, Electrical/Computer Engineer, or Mathematics areas preferred, but other technical degrees considered.