Software Developer – INT Carlisle

Developers are urgently needed to work on the software tools provided by the international IT team. These include desktop applications for finance and HR, web applications for our custom intranet solution and integration tools for third-party cloud-based ERP systems.
2 Years
Full Time
We are looking for developers to help develop additional functionality, adapt our software to various local and legal requirements and improve the software as needed. There are opportunities to work with different development teams focusing on different toolsets. You would be involved in the design and development process. The main technologies being used are C#, .NET Framework, Mono, and PostgreSQL RDBMS for the desktop tools and Java, HTML, Javascript and PostgreSQL for the web applications.

– Experience with C# and .NET or Java/JSP would be ideal. Otherwise, experience with object-oriented programming languages are helpful.
– Database application development experience would be helpful though not essential.
– Experience with GraphQL, Microsoft Common Data Services and REST API would be a bonus
– Due to the level of complexity, we need someone to serve for a minimum of two years. If you like to work in a team and have experience in object-oriented development then we would like to talk to you. We would prefer you to work in our Carlisle office but please speak to us about other possibilities.

Live opportunities are unsalaried. Most people joining OM have to raise financial support to cover their living expenses, usually through gifts from home churches and other supporters.

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