NorthShore Resources has a contract to hire opportunity for a Senior Software Developer and Analyst.
You will join a strong team of developers providing application design, development, testing and support for our client's Health plan Claims application. The Claims platform is a complex, in-house grown Cache/Mumps/Cache Object Script/Web services application. The ideal candidate will grow into a technical lead/leadership role, becoming the subject matter expert and owner of the application. The team is working on evolving the platform for the next generation of business changes and users. If you are looking for an exciting, challenging opportunity and to work with highly experienced and talented individuals; and have a stake in enhancing and extending the current platform, this is the right opportunity. Required Qualifications:
A history of academic and professional success.
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems or equivalent experience/training.
7+ years experience in analysis and developing custom software applications in a collaborative environment that includes business experts and other software developers.
Demonstrated desire and ability to grow into an owner role.
Technical fluency in multiple programming languages and platforms (Ex: Java, .NET, C).
Experience with relational/non-relational database technologies.
Willingness and curiosity to learn a new programming language and proprietary development tool.
Ability to build, develop and test in multiple languages and platforms.
Willingness to be on-call on a rotating basis
Experience in the healthcare software industry, especially in the health insurance field.
Experience with MUMPS which is the primary coding language for our Cache database.
Experience with Web Services, SQL, Java, .Net and other technologies that will be used as we move our technologies forward.
Experience with high volume, data intensive applications.
Experience with data modelling.
Experience with designing and building for cloud platforms, including leveraging micro services and containers.