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Senior Web Back End Software Developer

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Senior Web Back End Software Developer  


Third Iron

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backend

dev

web dev

senior

backend

dev

web dev

senior

24d
\nWe are looking for a self-motivated developer who is passionate about remote working, building ambitious applications used at hundreds of universities, and automated testing. Help build industry-leading software used by librarians and researchers around the world to stay more engaged with their favorite peer-reviewed journals.\n\nThird Iron creates the technology infrastructure used by millions of researchers to connect them with the content they need.  Our services are used by universities, hospitals, corporations and government agencies across thirty countries.  We are currently in search of a Senior Web Back-End Developer to join our terrific team of polyglot programmers to create and maintain software for our flagship products BrowZine and LibKey. Response to our products has been terrific.\n\nYour Role\n\nAs a Senior Web Back-End Developer, you will help make architectural decisions, write automated tests, code the implementation, review code, and collaborate with our team of polyglot programmers for Third Iron's flagship product, BrowZine, and our newest product, LibKey, and its supporting services.\n\nKey Responsibilities:\n\n\n* Contribute to our existing Third Iron Content Management System, written in Node.js and Postgres, and used by our internal operations team to manage large amounts of data from our hundreds of library customers\n\n* Help shape and build our APIs, used both internally and by third parties, written in Node.js and adopting many concepts from JSON API\n\n* Contribute to our variety of backend supporting services, written in Node.js and TypeScript, and which interact with Postgres, CouchDB, and Elastic datastores\n\n* Stay up-to-date on the latest developments in Node.js, Postgres, CouchDB, continuous integration, and load testing. Learn about all the tools we use at our StackShare.\n\n* Optimize and help scale our Heroku/AWS cloud-based systems as our customer base continues to grow to ensure solid performance for all users\n\n\n\n\nWhat We're Looking For:\n\n\n* A passion for automated testing, continuous integration, and constantly improving how we do things\n\n* An interest in the devops and infrastructure side of things\n\n\n\n* Back-end software development is 90% of the job, but about 10% will be in the world of infrastructure, including ensuring automatic deployments on AWS go smoothly, using technologies like Docker and Chef\n\n\n\n* Experience with SQL; we use Postgres to store the majority of our data, and we will continue to improve the speed of our externally-facing APIs and internal processes\n\n* Experience with, or interest in, Elastic; we're just beginning to use Elastic to maintain metrics, and we're excited to have your insights power us forward\n\n* A strong interest in JavaScript and its future\n\n* Strong communication skills - since we are a remote team, timely responses and clear communications are essential\n\n* Experience writing test-focused code - we rely on both acceptance-level and unit-level automated tests to ensure we avoid regressions\n\n* High comfort level with source control, especially git\n\n* A self-motivated developer who can work independently, since remote work demands it\n\n* Strong desire to learn new technologies.  We want to embrace the tools and techniques that help us build great software and let us sleep soundly at night, knowing our users are having a delightful experience and our servers are not catching fire\n\n* See the tech we use on our software stack on StackShare\n\n\n\n\nWhen applying, please include anything that helps demonstrate your development abilities, such as:\n\n\n* your GitHub or Bitbucket profile\n\n* sample code you can share\n\n* articles & tutorials you have written\n\n* presentations you have given\n\n* Stack Overflow contributions\n\n* bug reports on open source projects\n\n* ...or anything else you can share that is indicative of how you best contribute to a team\n\n\n\n\nYou can apply either through Stack Overflow, or by emailing us directly at [email protected]\n\nWe are currently taking applications from people with US work authorizations.\n\nWe are currently only looking for full-time candidates; if you're a recruiter or software development contract company looking to hire out a team of developers, please skip applying.\n\nLooking forward to hearing from you!

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Senior Full Stack Software Developer

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Senior Full Stack Software Developer


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verified

full stack

dev

senior

digital nomad

full stack

dev

senior

digital nomad

2mo
\nWe are looking for a self-motivated developer who is passionate about remote working, building ambitious applications used at hundreds of universities, and automated testing. Help build industry-leading software used by librarians and researchers around the world to stay more engaged with their favorite peer-reviewed journals.\n\nThird Iron creates the technology infrastructure used by millions of researchers to connect them with the content they need.  Our services are used by universities, hospitals, corporations and government agencies across thirty countries.  We are currently in search of a Senior Full-Stack Developer to join our terrific team of polyglot programmers to create and maintain software for our flagship products BrowZine and LibKey. Response to our products has been terrific.\n\nYour Role\n\nAs a Senior Full-Stack Developer, you will help make architectural decisions, write automated tests, code the implementation, review code, and collaborate with our team of polyglot programmers for Third Iron's flagship product, BrowZine, and our newest product, LibKey, and its supporting services.\n\nKey Responsibilities:\n\n\n* Contribute to our existing Third Iron Content Management System, written in Node.js and Postgres, and used by our internal operations team to manage large amounts of data from our hundreds of library customers\n\n* Help shape and build our APIs, used both internally and by third parties, written in Node.js, and a variety of backend supporting services, written in Node.js and TypeScript\n\n* Contribute to browzine.com, our first customer-facing web app built with Ember.js\n\n* Contribute to libkey.io, our newest customer-facing product built with Ember.js\n\n* Optimize and help scale our Heroku, AWS, and CouchDB cloud-based systems as our customer base continues to grow to ensure solid performance for all users\n\n\n\n\nWhat We're Looking For:\n\n\n* A passion for automated testing, continuous integration, and constantly improving how we do things\n\n* A strong interest in JavaScript and its future\n\n* A strong interest in, and plenty of experience with, Javascript on the server\n\n* Strong communication skills - since we are a remote team, timely responses and clear communications are essential\n\n* Experience writing test-focused code - we rely on both acceptance-level and unit-level automated tests to ensure we avoid regressions\n\n* High comfort level with source control, especially git\n\n* A self-motivated developer who can work independently, since remote work demands it\n\n* Strong desire to learn new technologies.  We want to embrace the tools and techniques that help us build great software and let us sleep soundly at night, knowing our users are having a delightful experience and our servers are not catching fire\n\n* See our software stack on StackShare\n\n\n\n\nWhen applying, please include anything that helps demonstrate your development abilities, such as:\n\n\n* your GitHub or Bitbucket profile\n\n* sample code you can share\n\n* articles & tutorials you have written\n\n* presentations you have given\n\n* Stack Overflow contributions\n\n* bug reports on open source projects\n\n* ...or anything else you can share that is indicative of how you best contribute to a team\n\n\n\n\nYou can apply either through Stack Overflow, or by emailing us directly at [email protected]\n\nWe are currently taking applications from people with US work authorizations.\n\nWe are currently only looking for full-time candidates; if you're a recruiter or software development contract company looking to hire out a team of developers, please skip applying.\n\nLooking forward to hearing from you!

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Software Development Engineer Test

Software Development Engineer Test


Third Iron


dev

testing

engineer

digital nomad

dev

testing

engineer

digital nomad

1yr
\nWe are looking for a self-motivated Quality Assurance professional who is excited about being a QA department of one, working closely with backend and frontend software developers at a remote-first company. In this position, you would test industry-leading software used by librarians and researchers around the world to help them stay better engaged with their favorite peer-reviewed journals.\n\nThird Iron is dedicated to bringing next-generation technologies to libraries, and was founded by technologists and librarians with broad experience in the information industry. Libraries are going through a rapid transformation, and Third Iron helps libraries provide a great user experience for their patrons.  If you have not been in a library lately, you may be surprised how technology is truly at the center of everything a library does. Our multi-platform service, BrowZine, enables academic & research libraries to make their peer-reviewed journals available to their patrons in an easy-to-use interface.  Response has been terrific from a variety of professors and researchers at world-renowned institutions.\n\nYour Role\n\nAs a Quality Assurance teammate, you will help ensure we ship high-quality software and minimize shipped defects for Third Iron's flagship product, BrowZine <browzine.com>, and its supporting services.\n\nYour work will likely start with cleaning up our existing manual test procedures and creating new ones of your own. Since you are the first person with a dedicated QA role, your creativity in exploratory testing will be important, as well as being organized about how you will structure and otherwise write and maintain the regularly-run tests. Communicating frequently, abundantly, clearly, and empathetically are core skills for this position. A good eye for anomalies also helps!\n\nThird Iron is a remote-first company. Everyone contributes remotely, whether on software development, customer support, or sales. We stay tightly in step with the needs of our customers - researchers and librarians - to help them browse, read, discover, and organize scholarly information.\n\nKey Responsibilities:\n\n\n* Writing & maintaining test procedures\n\n* Formalizing certain aspects of our QA and manual test procedures into new tools or formats (for example, using Cucumber/Gherkin)\n\n* Managing test procedures and test results alongside our JIRA issues for new features, bugs, etc.\n\n* Testing our software in an exploratory manner to find bugs that slip by the automated tests we write during development\n\n* Working as part of the dev team to figure out what to test and to ensure you get test results to developers in a timely fashion\n\n\n\n\nYou will be helping test multiple web apps, including browzine.com , BrowZine's associated native iOS and Android apps, and back office support tools.\n\nOur software is written in a variety of technologies, but the ones you'll come into contact with the most are built using Javascript (usually NodeJS or Ember), Postgres, Swift / Objective-C, and Java. Check out our entire stack at StackShare for more information.\n\nOur Quality Assurance teammate will also help with end-to-end automated tests, too, using some of the wide variety of tools available. This will be an additional layer of testing to our existing comprehensive automated test suite at the unit and integration level.\n\nWhat We're Looking For:\n\nA passion for quality assurance, and a desire for constantly improving how you do things, is important to us.\n\nStrong communication skills - communicating frequently, abundantly, clearly, and empathetically - are absolutely critical on our remote-first team. \n\nComfort and interest with technology - generally having a little comfort with the UNIX command line is a good litmus test for this, but this could be demonstrated in a variety of ways. Some of the testing will involve the UNIX command line, in addition to exercising the apps in web browsers and on Android and iOS devices.\n\nBeing a self-motivated tester who can work independently is important for remote work in general, and on our team.\n\nA strong desire to learn new technologies is something our teammates share. We want to embrace the tools and techniques that help us build great software and let us sleep soundly at night, knowing our users are having a delightful experience and our servers are not catching fire.\n\nWhen applying, please include anything that helps demonstrate your testing and quality assurance abilities, such as articles or blog posts you've written, bug reports on open source projects, or anything else you can share that is indicative of how you best contribute to a team.\n\nUS work authorization required.  \n\nIf you are a software development firm looking to hire out a team, do not contact us; we are interested in a single, full-time candidate.\n\nAbout Third Iron\n\nThird Iron, founded in 2011 as a remote-first software development company, creates innovative library technologies to help academic libraries and the researchers they support. BrowZine, our flagship service, is used by hundreds of universities, hospitals, corporations and government facilities around the world.  Third Iron is a Minnesota, USA, company, but our software development team is distributed throughout the USA. We have been included in a list of the Top Telecommute Companies.\n\nAbout BrowZine\n\nBrowZine is a service that helps researchers browse, read and monitor academic literature. Whether a researcher's interest is in science/engineering/STEM, social science, humanities, or any other area of study, BrowZine provides them with convenient workflow tool firmly integrated into other library systems to help them keep up with their journal reading.

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Senior Software Test Quality Assurance Engineer

Senior Software Test Quality Assurance Engineer


Third Iron


dev

testing

qa

senior

dev

testing

qa

senior

1yr
\nWe are looking for a self-motivated Quality Assurance professional who is excited about being a QA department of one, working closely with backend and frontend software developers at a remote-first company. In this position, you would test industry-leading software used by librarians and researchers around the world to help them stay better engaged with their favorite peer-reviewed journals.\n\nThird Iron is dedicated to bringing next-generation technologies to libraries, and was founded by technologists and librarians with broad experience in the information industry. Libraries are going through a rapid transformation, and Third Iron helps libraries provide a great user experience for their patrons.  If you have not been in a library lately, you may be surprised how technology is truly at the center of everything a library does. Our multi-platform service, BrowZine, enables academic & research libraries to make their peer-reviewed journals available to their patrons in an easy-to-use interface.  Response has been terrific from a variety of professors and researchers at world-renowned institutions.\n\nYour Role\n\nAs a Quality Assurance teammate, you will help ensure we ship high-quality software and minimize shipped defects for Third Iron's flagship product, BrowZine <browzine.com>, and its supporting services.\n\nYour work will likely start with cleaning up our existing manual test procedures and creating new ones of your own. Since you are the first person with a dedicated QA role, your creativity in exploratory testing will be important, as well as being organized about how you will structure and otherwise write and maintain the regularly-run tests. Communicating frequently, abundantly, clearly, and empathetically are core skills for this position. A good eye for anomalies also helps!\n\nThird Iron is a remote-first company. Everyone contributes remotely, whether on software development, customer support, or sales. We stay tightly in step with the needs of our customers - researchers and librarians - to help them browse, read, discover, and organize scholarly information.\n\nKey Responsibilities:\n\n\n* Writing & maintaining test procedures\n\n* Managing test procedures and test results alongside our JIRA issues for new features, bugs, etc.\n\n* Testing our software in an exploratory manner to find bugs that slip by the automated tests we write during development\n\n* Working as part of the dev team to figure out what to test and to ensure you get test results to developers in a timely fashion\n\n\n\n\nYou will be helping test multiple web apps, including browzine.com , BrowZine's associated native iOS and Android apps, and back office support tools.\n\nOur software is written in a variety of technologies, but the ones you'll come into contact with the most are built using Javascript (usually NodeJS or Ember), Postgres, Swift / Objective-C, and Java. Check out our entire stack at StackShare for more information.\n\nOur Quality Assurance teammate will also help with end-to-end automated tests, too, using some of the wide variety of tools available. This will be an additional layer of testing to our existing comprehensive automated test suite at the unit and integration level.\n\nWhat We're Looking For:\n\nA passion for quality assurance, and a desire for constantly improving how you do things, is important to us.\n\nStrong communication skills - communicating frequently, abundantly, clearly, and empathetically - are absolutely critical on our remote-first team. \n\nComfort and interest with technology - generally having a little comfort with the UNIX command line is a good litmus test for this, but this could be demonstrated in a variety of ways. Some of the testing will involve the UNIX command line, in addition to exercising the apps in web browsers and on Android and iOS devices.\n\nBeing a self-motivated tester who can work independently is important for remote work in general, and on our team.\n\nA strong desire to learn new technologies is something our teammates share. We want to embrace the tools and techniques that help us build great software and let us sleep soundly at night, knowing our users are having a delightful experience and our servers are not catching fire.\n\nWhen applying, please include anything that helps demonstrate your testing and quality assurance abilities, such as articles or blog posts you've written, bug reports on open source projects, or anything else you can share that is indicative of how you best contribute to a team.\n\nUS work authorization required.  \n\nIf you are a software development firm looking to hire out a team, do not contact us; we are interested in a single, full-time candidate.\n\nAbout Third Iron\n\nThird Iron, founded in 2011 as a remote-first software development company, creates innovative library technologies to help academic libraries and the researchers they support. BrowZine, our flagship service, is used by hundreds of universities, hospitals, corporations and government facilities around the world.  Third Iron is a Minnesota, USA, company, but our software development team is distributed throughout the USA. We have been included in a list of the Top Telecommute Companies.\n\nAbout BrowZine\n\nBrowZine is a service that helps researchers browse, read and monitor academic literature. Whether a researcher's interest is in science/engineering/STEM, social science, humanities, or any other area of study, BrowZine provides them with convenient workflow tool firmly integrated into other library systems to help them keep up with their journal reading.

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Engineer Test Quality Assurance

Engineer Test Quality Assurance


Third Iron


testing

qa

engineer

testing

qa

engineer

1yr
\nWe are looking for a self-motivated Test Engineer who is excited about being a testing department of one, working closely with backend and frontend software developers at a remote-first company. In this position, you would test industry-leading software used by librarians and researchers around the world to help them stay better engaged with their favorite peer-reviewed journals.\n\nThird Iron is dedicated to bringing next-generation technologies to libraries, and was founded by technologists and librarians with broad experience in the information industry. Libraries are going through a rapid transformation, and Third Iron helps libraries provide a great user experience for their patrons.  If you have not been in a library lately, you may be surprised how technology is truly at the center of everything a library does. Our multi-platform service, BrowZine, enables academic & research libraries to make their peer-reviewed journals available to their patrons in an easy-to-use interface.  Response has been terrific from a variety of professors and researchers at world-renowned institutions.\n\nYour Role\n\nAs a Test Engineer, you will help ensure we ship high-quality software and minimize shipped defects for Third Iron's flagship product, BrowZine <browzine.com>, and its supporting services.\n\nYour work will likely start with cleaning up our existing manual test procedures and creating new ones of your own. Since you are the first person with a dedicated quality enforcement role, your creativity in exploratory testing will be important, as well as being organized about how you will structure and otherwise write and maintain the regularly-run tests. Communicating frequently, abundantly, clearly, and empathetically are core skills for this position. A good eye for anomalies also helps!\n\nThird Iron is a remote-first company. Everyone contributes remotely, whether on software development, customer support, or sales. We stay tightly in step with the needs of our customers - researchers and librarians - to help them browse, read, discover, and organize scholarly information.\n\nKey Responsibilities:\n\n\n* Writing & maintaining test procedures\n\n* Managing test procedures and test results alongside our JIRA issues for new features, bugs, etc.\n\n* Testing our software in an exploratory manner to find bugs that slip by the automated tests we write during development\n\n* Working as part of the dev team to figure out what to test and to ensure you get test results to developers in a timely fashion\n\n\n\n\nYou will be helping test multiple services, including browzine.com , the associated native iOS and Android apps, and back office support tools, including command-line UNIX tools.\n\nYour role reports directly to the CTO.\n\nOur software is written in a variety of technologies, but the ones you'll come into contact with the most are built using Javascript (usually NodeJS or Ember), Postgres, Swift / Objective-C, and Java. Check out our entire stack at StackShare for more information.\n\nAutomated end-to-end acceptance tests are a long-term goal that the Test Engineer will be responsible for moving us towards, using some of the wide variety of tools available. \n\nWhat We're Looking For:\n\nA passion for testing, and a desire for constantly improving how you do things, is important to us.\n\nStrong communication skills - communicating frequently, abundantly, clearly, and empathetically - are absolutely critical on our remote-first team. \n\nComfort and interest with technology - generally having a little comfort with the UNIX command line is a good litmus test for this, but this could be demonstrated in a variety of ways. Some of the testing will involve the UNIX command line, in addition to a variety of clicking in web browsers and tapping on Android and iOS devices.\n\nBeing a self-motivated tester who can work independently is important for remote work in general, and on our team.\n\nA strong desire to learn new technologies is something our teammates share. We want to embrace the tools and techniques that help us build great software and let us sleep soundly at night, knowing our users are having a delightful experience and our servers are not catching fire.\n\nFour year degree in an engineering or computer science discipline preferred.\n\nWhen applying, please include anything that helps demonstrate your testing abilities, such as articles or blog posts you've written, bug reports on open source projects, or anything else you can share that is indicative of how you best contribute to a team.\n\nUS work authorization required.  \n\nIf you are a software development firm looking to hire out a team, do not contact us; we are interested in a single, full-time candidate.\n\nAbout Third Iron\n\nThird Iron, founded in 2011 as a remote-first software development company, creates innovative library technologies to help academic libraries and the researchers they support. BrowZine, our flagship service, is used by hundreds of universities, hospitals, corporations and government facilities around the world.  Third Iron is a Minnesota, USA, company, but our software development team is distributed throughout the USA. We have been included in a list of the Top Telecommute Companies.\n\nAbout BrowZine\n\nBrowZine is a service that helps researchers browse, read and monitor academic literature. Whether a researcher's interest is in science/engineering/STEM, social science, humanities, or any other area of study, BrowZine provides them with convenient workflow tool firmly integrated into other library systems to help them keep up with their journal reading.

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Software Tester QA Engineer

Software Tester QA Engineer


Third Iron


dev

testing

qa

engineer

dev

testing

qa

engineer

1yr
\nWe are looking for a self-motivated Quality Assurance professional who is excited about being a QA department of one, working closely with backend and frontend software developers at a remote-first company. In this position, you would test industry-leading software used by librarians and researchers around the world to help them stay better engaged with their favorite peer-reviewed journals.\n\nThird Iron is dedicated to bringing next-generation technologies to libraries, and was founded by technologists and librarians with broad experience in the information industry. Libraries are going through a rapid transformation, and Third Iron helps libraries provide a great user experience for their patrons.  If you have not been in a library lately, you may be surprised how technology is truly at the center of everything a library does. Our multi-platform service, BrowZine, enables academic & research libraries to make their peer-reviewed journals available to their patrons in an easy-to-use interface.  Response has been terrific from a variety of professors and researchers at world-renowned institutions.\n\nYour Role\n\nAs a Quality Assurance teammate, you will help ensure we ship high-quality software and minimize shipped defects for Third Iron's flagship product, BrowZine <browzine.com>, and its supporting services.\n\nYour work will likely start with cleaning up our existing manual test procedures and creating new ones of your own. Since you are the first person who has a dedicated QA role, being creative about what to test is important to us, as well as being organized about how you will structure and otherwise write and maintain tests. Communicating frequently, abundantly, clearly, and empathetically are also core skills for this position. A good eye for things that look strange also helps!\n\nThird Iron is a remote-first company. Everyone contributes remotely, whether software developer, customer support, or sales. We stay tightly in step with the needs of our customers - researchers and librarians - to help them browse, read, discover, and organize scholarly information.\n\nKey Responsibilities:\n\n\n* Writing test procedures\n\n* Managing test procedures and results alongside our JIRA issues for new features, bugs, etc.\n\n* Testing our software in an exploratory manner to find bugs that slip by the automated tests we write during development\n\n* Working together with the dev team to figure out what to test and to ensure you get test results to developers in a timely fashion\n\n\n\n\nYou will be helping test multiple web apps, including browzine.com , and BrowZine's associated native iOS and Android apps.\n\nOur software is written in a variety of technologies, but the ones you'll come into contact with the most are built using Javascript (usually NodeJS or Ember), Postgres, Swift / Objective-C, and Java. Check out our entire stack at StackShare for more information.\n\nEventually, we would certainly like our first Quality Assurance teammate to write automated tests, too, using some of the wide variety of tools available. However, that skill, or prior experience with this, is not necessary.\n\nWhat We're Looking For:\n\nA passion for quality assurance, and a desire for constantly improving how you do things is important to us.\n\nStrong communication skills - communicating frequently, abundantly, clearly, and empathetically - are absolutely critical on our remote-first team. \n\nComfort and interest with technology - generally having a little comfort with the UNIX command line is a good litmus test for this, but this could be demonstrated in a variety of ways. Some of the testing will involve the UNIX command line, in addition to a variety of clicking in web browsers and tapping on Android and iOS devices.\n\nBeing a self-motivated tester who can work independently is important for remote work in general, and on our team.\n\nA strong desire to learn new technologies is something our teammates share. We want to embrace the tools and techniques that help us build great software and let us sleep soundly at night, knowing our users are having a delightful experience and our servers are not catching fire.\n\nWhen applying, please include anything that helps demonstrate your testing and quality assurance abilities, such as articles or blog posts you've written, bug reports on open source projects, or anything else you can share that is indicative of how you best contribute to a team.\n\nAbout Third Iron\n\nThird Iron, founded in 2011 as a remote-first software development company, creates innovative library technologies to help academic libraries and the researchers they support. BrowZine, our flagship service, is used by hundreds of universities, hospitals, corporations and government facilities around the world.  Third Iron is a Minnesota, USA, company, but our software development team is distributed throughout the USA. We have been included in a list of the Top Telecommute Companies.\n\nAbout BrowZine\n\nBrowZine is a service that helps researchers browse, read and monitor academic literature. Whether a researcher's interest is in science/engineering/STEM, social science, humanities, or any other area of study, BrowZine provides them with convenient workflow tool firmly integrated into other library systems to help them keep up with their journal reading.

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Senior Server Side Developer

Senior Server Side Developer


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\nArchitect, test, and build server-side infrastructure for researchers.\n\nYour Role\n\nAs a Senior Software Developer, you will help make architectural decisions, write automated tests, code the implementation, and review code with our team of polyglot programmers for Third Iron's flagship service, BrowZine. Third Iron is a remote-first company, with all contributors - from software development to support - contributing remotely. Third Iron stays in tune with the needs of our customers, who are academic researchers and librarians to help them browse, read, discover and organize scholarly information.\n\nKey Responsibilities:\n\n\n* Build new features for our existing content management system and API\n\n* Improve our existing features, automating more of our workflow, and enhancing the experience for academic librarians at hundreds of higher education institutions around the world\n\n* Stay on top of the latest in our server-side stack, which involves Node, Postgres, and CouchDB. We encourage using the latest APIs, tools, and development techniques. Learn about all the tools we use at our StackShare: http://stackshare.io/third-iron/third-iron/\n\n* Optimize and help scale our Heroku/AWS cloud-based systems as our customer base continues to grow to ensure solid performance for all users\n\n\n

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Senior Native App Developer

Senior Native App Developer


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4yr

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\nArchitect, test, and build iOS (Obj-C/Swift) and Android (Java) apps for researchers.\n\nYour Role\n\nAs a Senior Mobile Developer, you will help make architectural decisions, write automated tests, code the implementation, and review code with our team of polyglot programmers for Third Iron's flagship iOS and Android app, BrowZine.  You'll be a remote teammate of an all-remote team, who stays in tune with the needs of our customers: academic researchers and the librarians who help them make new discoveries.

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