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Geisel Software






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\nAre you obsessed with software, apps and the Internet? Looking to gain valuable experience working in a modern, successful software company? Geisel Software, based in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, is a premier software developer that is working with and creating today's hottest software technologies. We are looking for a motivated individual to join our team, learn new technology, and help us build some great software!\n\nGeisel Software specializes in web, mobile and Internet of Things software. We seek a talented individual who is not afraid to work hard, learn something new and get lots of stuff done. We have a helpful staff, but it is also important that you can work independently and solve problems with little outside direction. Your problem-solving skills will be put to the test, whether that means tracking down the answer on Google, or building your own new solution.\n\nThis posting is for a Software Engineer / Software Developer with 2-5 years of experience in mobile and/or web and/or embedded development. We're looking for someone with a good subset of the skills we work with on a daily basis. That means if you're highly motivated and great at writing software, you don't need to have experience in everything we work with, but you should have some good experience with some subset of these technologies.

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