Today - Remote Soap jobs
  • Spencer's
    Preferred timezone: UTC -5

    Required Experience

    • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology or other related field

    • Retail or direct to customer eCommerce industry experience required

    • Must have 7+ years of work experience in Java based technologies and eCommerce frameworks.

    • Designs, develops and maintains applications developed in various program languages and technologies, including but not limited to:

    • Java (Spring MVC and Spring Batch, Hibernate/JPA, Junit,Maven/Gradle)

    • Oracle/MSsql

    • GIT

    • HTML, CSS, Javascript, JQuery

    • SOAP/REST API’s

    • Ability to work in Windows and UNIX/Linux environments

    • Utilizing n-tier development, SDLC and Object-oriented design.

    • Utilizing problem-solving know-how, especially debugging and troubleshooting complex software orchestrations, and identifying solution options and/or alternatives.

    • Scoping and estimating project tasks, as well as managing multiple tasks with minimal supervision

    • Leading e-commerce and multichannel/Unified Commerce initiatives, including digital development, user experience, organizational change and technology.

    • Experience working on projects adhering to PCI regulations

    • Experience working with both Waterfall and Agile development methodologies (Scrum), preferred

    • Ability to collaborate with developers and product owners in developing new software applications and enhancements

    • Responsible for staying current with new technology developments and techniques

    • Experienced in working with a team to define test cases, metrics, and resolution guidelines

    • Ability to identify underlying causes of business issues and recommend appropriate corrective action or problem resolution

    • Proactively seek to accomplish projects and other business related initiatives by leveraging technology resources

    • Is committed to working scheduled hours and has the flexibility to work additional hours based on changing business needs

    • Knowledge of industry business and passion for following trends in the industry

    • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing, at all levels within and outside the organization

    • Ability to work in a constant state of alertness and a safe manner

    • Ability to quickly separate the mission-critical tasks from the lower priority tasks; focuses on the most value-added projects of the day or week

    • Flexible, with a positive attitude and passion for knowledge

    • Strong time management and organizational skills with the ability to successfully manage multiple projects at once

    • Possesses focused attention to detail and solid organizational and prioritization skills while working quickly and accurately under pressure

    • Professional manner and strong communication skills internally and with outside vendor partners

    • Makes strategic and effective decisions in the best interest of our customers and our company, taking care to objectively process information

    Ideal Experience

    • Experienced in Continuous development environment

    • Experience working with different alerting tools such as New Relic, Kibana, Smartbear etc.

    • Experience in different middleware technologies or integrations

This week - Remote Soap jobs
  • X-Team
    Must be located: United States of America.

    About you:

    Most important:

    • 3+ years of experience in mobile iOS Development
    • Experience with Objective-C, CSS, Javascript, HTML
    • Experience with JSON, XML, SOAP, REST
    • Experience with server side technologies (Java, NodeJS, PHP)
    • Experience storing and indexing data
    • Knowledge of Swift and Xcode a plus
    • Code optimization and performance improvements
    • Write well designed, testable, efficient code

    Nice to have:

    • Experience with working remotely
    • Familiar/involved with open­ source projects
    • Personal
    • Independent
    • Fluent in English, written and spoken
    • Problem solver
    • Proactive attitude

    Perks:

    Get the chance to work with big brands like Riot Games (League of Legends), Fox Broadcasting, Kaplan Inc., Coinbase (#1 crypto exchange), BeachBody (#1 fitness company), etc.

    Live and work in one of our roaming hacker houses (X-Outposts) around the world. http://x-outpost.com

    Work from anywhere as part of a community of digital nomads.

    Be part of the most energizing community for developers in the world by participating in our Seasons, a 3-month experience filled with challenges, rewards, games, competitions, and more, all centered around a theme that will inspire and energize you. https://youtu.be/Th80vOGFvUE

    Get $2,500 per year (Unleash+) to spend on doing more of what you love and staying energized. Use it on conferences, courses, video games, photography equipment, a gym membership, adventure sports, baby/pet sitting, productivity apps, restaurants, coworking, headphones, etc. #NeverStopExploring (https://x-team.com/unleash)

This month - Remote Soap jobs
  • Amplifier.com
    Preferred timezone: UTC -8 to UTC -4

    Amplifier® seeks a .NET C# developer with serious development skills, strong architectural sensibilities, and a love of continuous problem-solving. The right candidate believes in efficient, right-tool-for-the-job solutions, and thinks in terms of product/market as much as code. This job isn’t just shifting bits in the ether. Your work at Amplifier will accelerate the creation, personalization, and fulfillment of physical goods being sent throughout the world.   Lean thinking drives our logistics work, and it also has strongly influenced the development of our platform. 

    We are a .NET shop. Our code lives in GitHub, commits trigger continuous builds (TeamCity) before triggering automated deployments (Octopus Deploy) to internal and external hosts (AppHarbor / AWS). Our backend infrastructure is orchestrated via Hangfire and synchronizes with Walmart-scale backend logistics systems.  Our operations are driving by lean thinking, and our development is, too. 

    You’ll also be working on our client-facing web application and our public API, along with various internal tools. We leverage and contribute back to open-source projects when they’re the right tool for the job.

    Responsibilities

    • Write, test, deploy, and support new and existing systems

    • Accelerate the development of Amplifier's platform

    • Expand Amplifier's APIs

    • Work with minimal supervision, as part of a small team

    • Manage your time well

    • Become fluent in our business domains of e-commerce, inventory, logistics, manufacturing

    Skills

    • C#/.NET

    • Databases - SQL Server, SQL, Dapper, EF, etc…

    • Web Development - ASP.NET MVC, HTML, CSS, JavaScript

    • Systems Integration - HTTP/REST, JSON, XML, SOAP, etc…

    • Front end instincts - Bootstrap

    • Unit/Integration Testing

    • … the rest is icing.

    You…

    • Ask thoughtful questions

    • Empathetic to the users of our platform

    • Suggest informed improvements inside and outside your domain

    • Understand working within a system's context, not merely with isolated apps

    • Excited to see your work impact efficiency, help produce tangible results, and delight clients

    Strong pluses

    • Experience with e-commerce and modern order management

    • Familiarity with warehouse management systems (particularly Manhattan SCALE WMS)

    Benefits include:

    • Competitive salary

    • Very flexible

    • Health Insurance - Medical, Dental, Life/LTD

    • Access to the company’s on-site CrossFit-equipped gym

    • Paid Holidays, Paid Time Off (PTO), 401k

    • Smart, driven colleagues, eager to share their domain knowledge

    • Support for remote work (for the right person)

    Amplifier is committed to solving hard problems with folks you'll enjoy working with.  We don't micromanage so we seek developers who thrive working remotely.

    How to Apply

    Please attach a payload of whatever best represents you and your work - code, live apps, descriptions of projects and your role in them, GitHub repositories, resume/CV/LinkedIn, client/coworker testimonials, narratives of great development experiences you've had, etc… Also, include salary expectations and any other desires you have for your next work opportunity.

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  • Loco2 Ltd
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.Must be located: United States of America.

    Loco2 is looking for experienced Ruby engineers to join our existing team, where you'll help us maintain and improve our existing infrastructure, integrate new rail operator booking systems and scale effectively for our rapidly expanding user base.

    This is a full-time, working office hours, usually from 9.30-6 GMT. There’s flexibility in working hours and we offer a generous holiday allowance and a salary that reflects your experience.

    This is a remote position, you might, however, be required to visit the office in Old Street to attend business meetings, events, and so on.

    Job Descpription

    • Our software stack consists of a pure-Ruby backend library which we use to communicate with train booking APIs, a modern Rails application, a PostgreSQL database, and two native mobile applications (iOS and Android).

    • We’re integrated with multiple rail operator booking systems (with our current team we usually complete at least 1-2 major integrations each year), and we’re increasingly consuming other types of data too (e.g. timetable data for routing, real-time arrivals/departures etc).

    • We need to diligently manage technical complexity, as each external system works in a slightly different way, with its own features and quirks. SOAP is (unfortunately) used by many operator APIs, which is why we released our open source library, LolSoap.

    • Some of the most difficult challenges we face relate to routing and making sense of lots of data. Which routes are best to get from A to B? Which booking systems should be queried? How might we cache data without affecting the accuracy of results?

    • We’ve recently released mobile applications for iOS and Android. Further developing our mobile strategy is a key goal for the business.

    • Because Loco2 is the merchant of record for all transactions we are also responsible for fraud prevention, and handling currency and other finance-related issues.

    • We frequently release new features that drive rapid organic growth, and so it’s vital that we anticipate and address scaling challenges before they occur.

    Candidate's essential Skills & Experience

    • Has 4+ years of professional programming experience

    • Has deep knowledge and experience of Ruby

    • Is fluent in English and confident communicating and sharing complex information and learnings with both technical and non-technical team members

    • Has a good working knowledge of modern devOps technologies such as Docker

    • Is comfortable designing object-oriented software from scratch, not just implementing CRUD Rails apps; a pragmatist who can see the trade-offs involved in the different approaches to solving a problem

    The ideal candidate

    • Strives to discover and understand the root cause of problems, suggesting new and improved solutions, rather than treating the symptoms.

    • Actively considers future maintainability when deciding how to implement something.

    • Has a keen appetite for self-improvement and growth, but doesn't hesitate to ask for help when needed.

    • Enjoys getting their teeth stuck into complicated problems, as well as being willing to pitch in on some of the more routine tasks which inevitably arise.

    • Is willing to participate in an on-call rota to cover technical emergencies out of hours.

    • Can work the hours that have some overlap with London daytime.

    • Is motivated by Loco2's mission.

    How to apply

    Send your CV and a cover letter [email protected], outlining your skills and experience and answering the following questions given in the job ad.

    Some questions we'd like you to include in your cover letter:

    • What are some of the most challenging/interesting programming tasks you have worked on?

    • Why do you want to work for Loco2?

    • In what country and timezone do you live?

    Salary ranges £55 000 - £70 000 (DOE)

    Regretfully,  we can only accept applications from applicants with an existing right to work in the UK or from within the EU.

  • Loco2 Ltd
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.Must be located: United States of America.

    Loco2 is looking for experienced Ruby engineers to join our existing team, where you'll help us maintain and improve our existing infrastructure, integrate new rail operator booking systems and scale effectively for our rapidly expanding user base.

    This is a Full-time, working office hours, usually from 9.30-6 GMT. There’s flexibility in working hours and we offer a generous holiday allowance, and a salary that reflects your experience.

    This is a remote position, you might however, be required to visit the office at Old Street to attend to business meetings, events, and so on.

    The role

    • Our software stack consists of a pure-Ruby backend library which we use to communicate with train booking APIs, a modern Rails application, a PostgreSQL database, and two native mobile applications (iOS and Android).

    • We’re integrated with multiple rail operator booking systems (with our current team we usually complete at least 1-2 major integrations each year), and we’re increasingly consuming other types of data too (e.g. timetable data for routing, real-time arrivals/departures etc).

    • We need to diligently manage technical complexity, as each external system works in a slightly different way, with its own features and quirks. SOAP is (unfortunately) used by many operator APIs, which is why we released our open source library, LolSoap.

    • Some of the most difficult challenges we face relate to routing and making sense of lots of data. Which routes are best to get from A to B? Which booking systems should be queried? How might we cache data without affecting accuracy of results?

    • We’ve recently released mobile applications for iOS and Android. Further developing our mobile strategy is a key goal for the business.

    • Because Loco2 is the merchant of record for all transactions we are also responsible for fraud prevention, and handling currency and other finance-related issues.

    • We frequently release new features that drive rapid organic growth, and so it’s vital that we anticipate and address scaling challenges before they occur.

      Essential Skills & Experience

    • Has 4+ years of professional programming experience

    • Has deep knowledge and experience of Ruby

    • Is fluent in English and confident communicating and sharing complex information and learnings with both technical and non-technical team members

    • Has a good working knowledge of modern devops technologies such as Docker

    • Is comfortable designing object oriented software from scratch, not just implementing CRUD Rails apps; a pragmatist who can see the trade-offs involved in the different approaches to solving a problem

    The ideal candidate

    • Strives to discover and understand the root cause of problems, suggesting new and improved solutions, rather than treating the symptoms.

    • Actively considers future maintainability when deciding how to implement something.

    • Has a keen appetite for self-improvement and growth, but doesn't hesitate to ask for help when needed.

    • Enjoys getting their teeth stuck into complicated problems, as well as being willing to pitch in on some of the more routine tasks which inevitably arise.

    • Is willing to participate in an on-call rota to cover technical emergencies out of hours.

    • Can work hours that have some overlap with London daytime.

    • Is motivated by Loco2's mission.

    Some questions we'd like you to include in your application:

    • What are some of the most challenging/interesting programming tasks you have worked on?

    • Why do you want to work for Loco2?

    • In what country and timezone do you live?

    • What are your approximate salary expectations? (please state currency)

  • Backpack Health
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    Who We Are

    Backpack Health is an early stage startup, building a system that empowers people to manage, share and collaborate information that’s important to them, starting with their health and wellbeing.

    We’re a young company — you get to join us near the beginning of this journey. We’ve been together for almost three years and are currently around 22 passionate people, from diverse personal and professional backgrounds, working fully virtually (that’s right, no office, and we love that — work where it makes you happy).

    Our service is fully cross-platform, available on iOS, Android, and the web in 6 languages, and yet there’s still plenty of engineering territory to discover.

    Who We’re Looking For

    We’re looking for a ​smart, enthusiastic, and collaborative software engineer​ to help us design our system’s functionality and data structures, and bring it to life.

    Our system is centered around ​health data​. We’ve built a service that houses millions of health terms in multiple languages from multiple sources that our users can search across. We store all our user data in a structured way to make it usable in aggregate, especially for research. And we are working to allow ​interoperability​ of that data with third party systems, such as wearables, apps, and hospital systems.

    It’s an exciting time to join our team. Our development team is led by a senior engineer who focuses on server development. Our US-based team also includes a senior front-end developer, and is supplemented by a team of offshore developers (currently 4) with a mix of iOS, web, and server development expertise).

    We need a ​Full-Stack Software Engineer​ ​with focus on back-end and system integration​ to complement our current skill set.

    Specifically, you’ll need to be good at:

    • Working ​collaboratively​ but also ​independently​ to build ​great solutions​; we are looking for a ​team player​ who ​gets things done
    • Developing and integrating server applications​ using technologies such as REST, SOAP, JSON, XML
    • Data processing​ in a SQL environment (we use MySQL), using tools such as Node.JS, Javascript, Golang, Ruby on Rails; experience with Elasticsearch would be ideal
    • DevOps​ experience – knowing how to stand up applications in a cloud-based environment (we use AWS)
    • Working in an ​agile development environment​, comfortable with producing estimates and managing your work using our team-oriented productivity tools
    • Travelling alongside our user journey, product/design, and QA teams to ensure that our solution meets expectations and is of high quality

    This will work like a charm if you are:

    • Good at problem solving​ — we haven’t worked everything out yet and your creativity will help us think of novel ways to find our path — you find both uncertainty and constraints engaging elements of a problem to attack with your grit and smarts, not something demoralizing
    • Highly organized​ – this is a detail-oriented role – things are changing all the time and need to be precise and coordinated – you thrive in this sort of environment and the joy is when it’s all humming along smoothly – it’s a lot of work, but you make it look easy
    • Warmly collaborative​ — nothing goes exactly as planned, and we’re always looking for way to improve our processes — you help to hold all the details in place and your grace and kindness helps us work smoothly together

    Finally, experience with ​health data​, in particular with emerging standards such as ​FHIR​, would be a bonus; any knowledge or interest in ​performance engineering​ and/or ​security​ would also be welcomed.

    We're actively seeking qualified people for this role who are from a variety of backgrounds and identifications, as we believe being diverse will help us create and work better.

    And some fine print:

    • We're currently only considering US-based candidates authorized to work in the US – for ease of timezones and employment contracts
    • We conduct background checks in the final stages of the interview process with all candidates, prior to making an offer