Career Evolutions is looking for a Web Services Developer for a technology company in Phoenix. Full time, direct hire role with compensation of up to $100k.
If you are looking for an opportunity to expand your skills in developing web services especially AWS, this is an opportunity for you to explore.
You will be responsible for architecting an ambitious and exciting mobile to web enabled kiosk platform for communication. Initial tasks will include architecture, technology selection, and basic implementation of the web service framework, iterating the architecture and driving the architecture to deployment.
Involvement in the entire life cycle of the applications (ie from conceptualization, coding, implementation, upgrades, etc)
Design and develop mobile to web kiosks to be used internally and externally
Select technologies to be used for efficient development of applications according to client needs and specification
Author out web service API guidelines that will be used across all development teams
Develop web services that will eventually integrate AWS in the long run
Author plans to integrate database, performance/scaling, QA strategy and deployment
B.S., M.S., or Ph.D. in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or related field
At least 5 years’ experience with Web Service development
Experience in developing AWS Services and Products
Experience with large-scale data caching and persistence solutions
Experience scaling and iterating web services according to changing demands
Experience architecting a modular web service deployed in a multi-server environment
Experience developing and architecting applications using PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby, Java (JEE) and other open source languages
Experience with multiple full application frameworks AWS Code, Ruby on Rails, Django, node.js
Very comfortable in a Linux environment
Excellent communication skills
Ability to learn and adapt in a rapidly changing environment
Experience with general purpose input/output (GPIO)
Experience with small board computing, computer on modules (Raspberry Pi Compute) is desired but not necessary