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\nAre you looking for flexible work hours? Do you have a closet full of Hawaiian shirts and flip-flops you want to show off? Would you prefer an office with a view of the outdoors? \n\nIf you are passionate about technology, committed to doing amazing work and serving customers, all while working for an industry leader; then McLeod Software is the company for you!\n\nMcLeod Software is the leading developer and provider of transportation management software to trucking and freight brokerage companies in the United States. We are rapidly growing and are highly respected within the transportation industry.\n\nWe believe that our employees are our greatest competitive advantage, and we have immediate openings for Java Developers to be based in Birmingham, Alabama.\n\nOur teams of developers are comprised of a very collaborative bunch of folks who allow for creativity and autonomy without the feeling of being 'on an island'. You will NOT be micromanaged, and there is no mandatory overtime or night/weekend work requirements. Spend your free time doing what you enjoy!
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