Type of Position: Full-time or Contract-to-hire
Travel Required: None
Location: World-wide - Telecommute / Work From Home (WFH)
The Sr. Software Developer will be responsible for the development of the WordStream Search Engine Optimization (SEO) products. Our software suite is designed primarily using Python on the backend and using a browser-based RIA as a frontend.
Depending on your level of competency, you may also be responsible for writing data processing code on the Python backend servers.
The Sr. Software Developer will be responsible for the applications for the duration of the full product lifecycle, ranging from initial design through application deployment and support.
The candidate must have top-notch software development skills, and a strong background in software algorithms.
Only candidates with prior experience in developing AJAX-based applications will be considered.
As this is a telecommute/work from home position, candidates must be self-motivated and have excellent time management skills.
Please note, only candidates with a bachelor's degree in computer science or engineering, or, a very substantial amount of related technical coursework and work experience in a related field will be considered.
Prior experience in building or extending: browser-based spell-checkers; regular expression parsers; search engines; Web-based content management systems (CMS) or Web Publishing Platforms, such as Blogs or Wikis, is a big plus.
Required Experience: 2+ years (must be related to AJAX RIA development)
Required Education: Bachelor's Degree
How To Apply
To apply for the Senior Software Developer position, send a resume and cover letter to jobs at WordStream dot com.
WordStream is a venture-backed startup engaged in providing search engine marketing software solutions for PPC/SEM and SEO. Our patented, innovative software-as-a-service applications automate the manual, repetitive work involved in search engine optimization, saving time and enabling customers to improve ROI on search marketing objectives in a consistent and repeatable manner. On the web at http://www.wordstream.com
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