Web Developer

US-CA-Yuba City
2 weeks ago(12/4/2017 4:50 PM)
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Information Technology


Under the supervision of their manager, a Web Developer designs, develops, implements and maintains multiple web applications that support company wide activities and help solve current and future business needs.



Web Application Development:

- Supports systems such as Data Warehouse, Grower Accounting, and others.

- Includes all facets of web development; writing code, testing, debugging, and deploying code

- Identifying, troubleshooting and debugging software defects throughout the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

- Communicate and work with other departments throughout the SDLC to establish appropriate system designs and requirements

- Observes common coding practices and standards


Database Development:

- Maintains and develops the "data layer" for various web applications via queries, functions, and stored procedures. Creates other database objects such as tables and views as necessary.


Growth and Development:

Stay up to date with emerging technologies/industry trends and apply them into operations and activities






BS in Computer Science or a related field preferred



3+ years of experience in web development in a corporate IT setting preferred


Desired skills:

- HTML/CSS/Javascript web page programming

- Client-side frameworks and libraries (Semantic, jQuery, GoogleMaps, etc.)

- Server-side programming using ASP.NET (VB)

- Writing database queries, functions, and stored procedures (SQL Server)

- Familiarity with source control systems (SourceGear Vault)

- Familiarity with multi-client architecture (Develop, Test, and Production)

- An aptitude and willingness to stay abreast of current development trends


No specific certifications are required.

Travel is generally not required, but may be occasionally necessary for training and/or special projects.





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