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ERP Software Developer III

Summary Are you looking for an opportunity within an organization working to discover precise genomic solutions for disease and empower the global biomedical community in our shared quest to improve human health?   If so, The Jackson Laboratory has a great opportunity for you in beautiful Down East Maine. We are seeking an ERP Software Developer specializing in Lawson to contribute to our agile team, working to implement and improve our use of ERP software at the Laboratory. The successful candidate will work closely with an agile team to design and develop new functionality as well as automate testing of new software applications.   The ERP Software Developer is responsible for analyzing, documenting and amending software errors in a timely and accurate fashion and for providing status reports where required. Responsibilities Independently or with other agile team members, conceptualize and develop new software programs and applications according to specifications. Create integrations/middle-tier in a scalable, efficient manner Design and implement automated test cases Collaborate with agile team members to clarify understanding and raise issues/concerns throughout the software development life cycle. Support the team in the design of user stories and acceptance criteria Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or a related field Proficiency in, at least, one object oriented programming language Demonstrated ability to convert designs into user-accepted solutions through teamwork Ability to write and maintain streamlined, effective documentation Excellent written and verbal communication skills (both technical and functional.) Exposure to Agile (Scrum) methodology and Exposure to Test Driven Development (TDD) Experience with ERP solutions required 2018-25830
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