Michael Page is looking for a Senior Java Developer – Java, Spring, Angular/React – EdTech #DeveloperJobs
Our client is a pioneer in K-12 education since 2000, leading the way in next-generation curriculum and assessment. Their core and supplemental programs in ELA, math, and science engage all students in rigorous learning and inspire them to think deeply, creatively, and for themselves. Their formative assessment products turn data into practical instructional support to help students at every skill level build a strong foundation in early reading and math, and are used in all 50 states. The ability to make an impact in the education space could not be greater than with this opportunity, apply directly through this application to be considered for active interviews taking place next week. The Selected Java Software Developer will: Make life better for passionate teachers by: meeting the ultimate reliability and uptime challenge for digital tools – is this better than paper? building well structured and documented RESTful APIs so that our apps can share data with ease. shipping code from your laptop to classrooms frequently and confidently. Help school administrators build great schools by: building pipelines that respect privacy and ensure security while offering useful insights. implementing code that runs great across platforms under variable memory and network constraints. analyzing performance and squashing tricky bugs using tools like Datadog, Alert Logic, and AWS. Learn every day by: collaborating, pull requesting, and mentoring on a cross-functional team. participating in cross-team knowledge sharing and cross-disciplinary workshops. MPI does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, or based on an individual’s status in any group or class protected by applicable federal, state or local law. MPI encourages applications from minorities, women, the disabled, protected veterans and all other qualified applicants. Huge impact in the education space with top Ed Tech firm|Software used in all 50 states — massive growth potential for leadership The Successful Java Software Developer has: Technical fluency in either Java, C#/.NET, or Python. (Java highly preferred) Experience working in React, React Native, and/or Nodejs. Gritty (professional) technical experience in software development for at least 3 years or more. Problem Solving mindset to tackle challenges when they arise and use robust coding techniques to resolve issues. Ability to properly communicate effectively in a team setting while working remotely or in the office. A positive learning attitude that leaves big ego’s at the door and remains curious. A desire to mentor more junior team members through knowledge sharing and inclusion. Our client is a leader in creating rigorous digital learning experiences that look great, play great, and help students expect great things of themselves. They have been described by experts in the field as the top SaaS and SaaP company in education, and have an incredible path to regimented growth within means. For a tech company, turnover is surprisingly low and that’s all because of how they treat their people. Expect unlimited PTO, that you are actually able to use as much as you need, and that you’ll always be looked at as a person first and then an employee second. They have a robust training program to take on leadership through managing, and see the value in letting their developers lead their career. What’s on offer for the selected Fullstack Software Engineer? Base salary starting at $135,000 – negotiable dependent on seniority and project experience. Remote work welcome if preffered, ability to come in the office up to 3 times a quarter. Unlimited paid time off and potential flexible work hours. Incentive stock and equity options. Comprehensive health, dental and vision plans. Life and disability insurance. Competitive company match 401(k) program, up to 7% of annual salary. Employee referral bonuses, up to $500/quarter. Consistent standups from direct manager for the first quarter. Mentorship and leadership opportunities within, with training. Social events and networking events quarterly.