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Full Stack Developer

Applicants should meet the following requirements:

Solid understanding of C#, MSSQL, ASP.Net - MVC/Web Forms
Solid understanding of CSS, HTML, jQuery, JSON, JavaScript
Solid understanding of Source Control Git or VSTS preferred
Experience with Front End Frameworks or Libraries such as Vue, Angular, React
Experience with Object Relational Mappers such as Entity Framework or Dapper
Basic understanding of Windows Server 2012+ and IIS 8+

Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Must be able to work effectively on projects in a team development environment. Adaptability to work with different or new languages/methodologies as needed. 
Familiarity with documenting procedures and work flows.
Associates or equivalent.

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Scrum Master

The Scrum Master will assist the PM in executing the project plan for the week in an Agile mixture methodology.  This would include processing definition, Agile Scrum based Software development, Hybrid Agile based module development along with communication, software technical project management, business analysis, test case management and issue tracking. This position leads the developers of multiple teams and provides clear resource planning of software team and capacity planning of the software based on requirements of PM. This position is responsible for reporting all progress to the Project Managers and clients under the supervision of the Project Managers.

Job Duties will include:

  • Status report from Developers to Project Managers
  • Hold estimation poker meetings
  • Work with PMs to learn systems in use
  • Work with PMs to learn client products being built and in use
  • Hold stand up meetings providing priorities from PM
  • Enforce due dates and report when failures may occur
  • Work with PM to clarify goals of the week and iterate to developers
  • Remove impediments on projects when they occur
  • Assist PM/Product Owner with defining requirements and deliverables
  • Writes the use cases
  • Helps cultivate the backlog based on PM/PO
  • Works with client under the PM
  • Works to become the backup subject matter expert on the project second to the PM

Applicants should meet the following requirements:

  • Some technical background 2-3 years
  • Some business analyst skills 1+ years
  • Experience leading a team using agile 1-2 years
  • Experience as a technical writer (use cases, documentation, test plans, etc...) 6 months + 
  • Writing vendor documents a plus (SOW, RFP, RFQ, etc...)
  • Formal CSM or CSP (Certified Scrum Master or Certified Scrum Professional)
  • Bachelor's degree, not required in CS.
Must be able to work effectively on projects in a team development environment. Adaptability to work with different or new methodologies and technologies as needed. 

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Why You (or that friend of yours) Should Work for a Mom-And-Pop Information Technology Company


Clients love working with us because we’re small, because they get personalized attention and because they value our Michigan-grown work ethic. And those are the same reasons developers and programmers say they want to work for us.


Let’s face it, the big, sexy names in development sometimes offer cars and foosball tables as a way to woo potential workers. And who wouldn’t be tempted by a company car? Thing is -- and I’ve seen this time and time again -- those companies use those carrots because they have to.


It’s easy to get lost in those big companies, and employees are so busy churning out code that their creativity is often stifled, despite the “You’re a part of our family” promises. Not here. We’re big enough to attract some household names to our client list, but small enough that being the one to come up with the creative solution to a common problem could be the start of something beautiful.


And admittedly, our company isn’t developing those super-cool games or apps. What we are doing is helping our clients connect with their clients in vital, necessary ways. And fun isn’t out of the question.


I get asked a lot by young people what kind of person works for me. I always tell them my ideal employee is someone who stayed home all weekend and built something on their own with code, not because it was required but because it was a mountain not-yet climbed. For fun.


Those are the people who excel, who bring awesome ideas to our company, and help us grow together.



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