Associate Software Developer

    • Malvern, PA


Frontline Education is a leading provider of SaaS EdTech solutions for educators and administrators across the United States. Frontline Education serves more than 12,000 educational organizations nationwide.  Our solutions are used in all 50 states and have the largest data set in K12 Human Capital Management.  We partner with school districts who use our premier software solutions daily. In 2015, we were recognized by INC. Magazine as one of the fastest growing private companies in North America, and with our continued rapid growth became the latest EdTech unicorn in 2017. 


We are currently seeking Associate Software Developers who will make a difference in creating a new tech platform and advancing the technical maturity of our products


Our ideal candidate is someone who: 

  • A ‘One Team’ mindset in which success is only achieved through the success of others 
  • A Systems Thinking approach that ensures solutions solve the problem at hand within the construct of a larger platform 
  • An entrepreneurial spirit: willing to try new ideas, learn fast, and continuously improve 
  • Exhibits a high degree of personal integrity and humility 
  • Encourages an Agile approach and reinforces the processes of the project team 
  • Proactively invests time to further develop skills through self-study or training classes 



Frontline Education is seeking an Associate Developer to develop, test, deploy and support elegant, scalable and reliable software solutions for our customers.  This is a fast-paced and exciting role that provides opportunities to learn and hone the skills of Software Development. 


We're a group of unique and talented individuals that love what we do. We've been lucky enough to land jobs with a rapidly growing tech company that supports an appreciative and friendly customer base. We work hard to make our customers happy, but we like to have a good time in the process. But, there’s more to us than the Nerf guns and ping pong tournaments that you see on the surface. 


We are a company that strives to think in terms of “we” instead of “me.” We believe in the philosophy of servant leadership and that it’s all about putting others first. We also value the balance between family and work. If this sounds like your kind of workplace, please keep reading! 


The Associate Software Developer job responsibilities are (but not limited to): 

  • Collaborate within and across cross-functional, agile teams to deliver software under the guidance of a Senior Software Engineer 
  • Deliver quality Software solutions on time by coding, debugging, testing and troubleshooting throughout the application development process. 
  • Whatever it takes (positive) attitude to work on tasks 
  • Follow Frontline Education engineering standards and practices. 
  • Works on projects/tasks of limited complexity in a support role. 
  • Work is closely managed 


Personal Attributes 

  • A ‘One Team’ mindset in which success is only achieved through the success of others 
  • Positive attitude to learn, receive constructive feedback and grow is very important 
  • Be a good listener and stay humble to learn from others 
  • Be a team player and ability to work well individually and as team is very important 
  • Actively seek guidance, domain knowledge, and design opinions from more senior team members 


Qualifications, Key Skills and Competencies 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field  
  • 0 to 2 years of experience in Software Development 
  • 1 to 2 years' experience with Agile methodology is preferred 
  • 2 years of experience in C#, ASP.Net and MS SQL Server is preferred 
  • 2 years of experience in JavaScript and AngularJS or NodeJS is preferred 
  • Basic understanding of web-based applications and web architecture 
  • Knowledge in TDD and CI-CD is preferred 
  • Working knowledge of SaaS and multi-tenant solution is a plus 
  • Working knowledge of Git in a continuous integration environment is a plus 
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

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