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Software Developer

Company Name:
Tyler Technologies
Tyler Technologies is growing and is looking for junior to senior level Software Developers to design, develop and maintain enterprise level software applications used by the public sector nationwide. As a software developer at Tyler Technologies you will apply your current skills today while developing cutting edge skills going forward. The position requires someone that is quality focused, technically curious, eager to try new things, takes initiative and is interested in a variety of duties to include full life cycle development. Software Developers participate in analyzing, designing, writing and testing code, documenting and implementing functionally appropriate, technically sound, and well-integrated application systems.
## Location
Yarmouth, Maine
## Responsibilities
Design and write new functionality for Tyler's Financial ERP Solution.
Perform testing of new application development and enhancements.
Utilize new technologies and tools to modify products and provide integration with applications developed internally and externally.
Review, analyze and implement client business requirements into application software.
Produce internal development documentation as needed.
Build and work in a fast-paced, team environment.
## Qualifications
BS/BA in computer science, computer engineering, math, or relevant coursework; or comparable work experience.
Experience and familiarity with functional and object oriented programming.
Familiarity with current languages such as SQL, C++/C#.
JavaScript, CSS, and HTML are a plus.
Experience with web services and/or Service Oriented Architecture beneficial.
Excellent analytical, problem-solving and communication skills.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
## Posted Date
December 18, 2014
## To Apply
Apply Online
Requisition Number: 45-14-913
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