5 amazing job opportunities for Colorado software engineers

August 3, 2015

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Software Engineer - Platform at Kapost

What you’d be doing: You would be integrating external systems into Kapost’s system.

Who they’re looking for: Somebody with experience using Ruby/Rails, MongoDB and various APIs.

Why you want the job: You’d be able to work in multiple languages, protocols and interfaces, and you’d be doing it in an informal environment with a friendly team in a brand new office.

 

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PHP Developer at Skookum

What you’d be doing: You would work on a small team taking on incredibly varied, interesting and comlex projects.

Who they’re looking for: Somebody with experience working with PHP, a solid understanding of JavaScript and the ability to work well on a team.

Why you want the job: You’d always be doing something new, and the company isn’t shy about taking on challenging projects. You’d be pushing yourself and growing every day.

 

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Rails and Ember Engineer at CaptainU

What you’d be doing: CaptainU is a network connecting college coaches and high school athletes who want to play college sports. You’d be building out their platform.

Who they’re looking for: Somebody familiar with up-to-date versions of Ruby, Rails and Ember who can work well on a close-knit team of developers.

Why you want the job: You’d be able to work remotely, which, trust me, is awesome. Plus, the company is bootstrapped and already profitable — which means you’d be a part of something that’s working.

 

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Senior Java Engineer at Hybris

What you’d be doing: You would be working on an e-commerce data integration product.

Who they’re looking for: Somebody who knows their way around Java, Spring and Tomcat.

Why you want the job: To start with, you’d be working at an active office in Boulder. But just as importantly, you’d be expected to take responsibility for your code — having ownership and pride over what you produce feels great.

 

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Back End Engineer at Wayin

What you’d be doing:  Designing applications, optimizing existing code and troubleshooting procedures.

Who they’re looking for: Somebody who knows Java and understands HTTP and RESTful architecture.

Why you want the job: Wayin is a cool company to work for. They encourage outside-the-box thinking and let you work with the very newest technologies.

 

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