Software Engineer II - Java, Upland (Remote) - $60,000/year USD

Job ID: 4454

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Description

We only hire the best and brightest Java pros.

Don’t worry about updating your resume… hiring top engineers based on CVs and interview skills doesn’t work. On this application, you will prove your problem-solving ability on a short cognitive test and show off your coding skills in Java. 

If you demonstrate that you have what it takes, you will work for Upland, an enterprise cloud software company that provides award-winning solutions that reach millions of users globally. Upland has a strong engineering culture focused on giving developers ownership and autonomy over their tasks. 

You will build and improve enterprise products used by high-profile companies such as The New York Times and Verizon that leverage the latest tech and reach customers at scale. Every day you will do what you do best… shipping top-notch production code that provides the simplest, most elegant solution to the issue at hand.

This is a 100%-remote, work-from-anywhere position.

What you will be doing
  • Writing high-quality production code
  • Learning how different platforms work
  • Shipping new features and improving software quality by delivering what the specs outline
  • Applying our metrics-driven agile approach
Key Responsibilities
  • Redesign, rebuild and refactor essential B2B products before redeploying them as cloud-native applications
  • Focus on feature development, API development, and performance improvements
Candidate Requirements
  • At least 5 years of professional experience programming in Java
  • Proficiency coding in JavaScript and HTML
  • Ability to work a schedule that has at least 5 hours of overlap with standard work hours in the Central European Timezone
  • Availability to start working on or before August 1, 2022
Details

Salary

$60k/year ($30/hour)

Location

Remote

full-time Job

40 hours/week any timezone

Employment Type

Long-term role

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