Mid-Level Full Stack Software Engineer
- Washington, DC
The Washington Post is hiring a Full Stack Software Engineer for our internally developed Circulation Management system. We are looking for a self-motivated engineer with a conscientious mentality and a relentless commitment to quality and stability. In this role, your contributions would directly support a wide variety of stakeholders who rely on this system and it serves one of our most valuable customer bases - print subscribers.
- Build dynamic new features across both the front-end and the back-end of the application.
- Refactor and improve the stability of the current application codebase.
- Analyze and optimize large data sets and queries to support business processes and reporting needs
- Support and make improvements upon the application's cloud-based infrastructure.
- Work directly with product managers and stakeholders from Accounting, Marketing, Customer Service and Circulation staff to translate business requirements into robust features and technical tasks.
- Serve in an on-call capacity.
What we're looking for
It's okay to not meet 100% of these requirements! We're primarily looking for people who meet some of these requirements and are motivated to learn and expand their skill.
- Bachelor's degree in computer science, equivalent field, or equivalent experience.
- Proficiency in at least one server side programming language; Node, Java, C#, Ruby, Go or Python.
- Excellent communication, documentation and presentation skills for technical and business audiences
- Knowledge of DevOps technologies such as Docker and Jenkins.
- Experience with Amazon Web Services (AWS) such as S3, ECS, EC2, and CloudWatch.
- Comfortable working with relational databases such as MySQL.
- Experience writing unit and integration tests to ensure code quality.
- Experience in agile software development teams and working iteratively with designers, product managers, and stakeholders.
- Practical working experience within logistics/supply chain management or financial billing is desired but not required
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