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Software Engineer - Full Stack

Naveego is a B2B software company providing innovative and disruptive technology to keep data accurate across an enterprise.  We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace and truly are an awesome place to work.

We are looking for a passionate Software Engineer to design, develop, and support software solutions. The Software Engineer responsibilities include gathering user requirements, working with channel partners on software related tasks, defining system functionality and writing code in various languages. Our ideal candidates are familiar with the software development life cycle (SDLC) from preliminary system analysis to tests and deployment. Ultimately, the role of the Software Engineer is to build high-quality, innovative and fully performing software that complies with coding standards and technical design.

Our team produces high quality disruptive technology in a fast paced environment while maintaining a strong work life balance.  Many take advantage of company social events to socialize with other team members, and experience the Traverse City region with its beaches, ski resorts, hiking trails, waterways and many other things to do.  We have a lot of fun while producing exceptional cloud native offerings to keep data accurate.

Key Tasks and Duties

  • Works with architects and development leads, documents and develops best practices for development, and deployment, and works with members to foster growth within the team.
  • Analyzes, designs, programs, debugs, supports, and modifies software enhancements and/or new products.
  • Reviews requirements; generates documents; provides rough order of magnitude estimates; and assists with implementation and unit, integration, and capacity testing.
  • Maintains knowledge of and proposes technical advances based on newer technologies.
  • Works with channel partners to assist with troubleshooting and software level support.
  • Tracks progress of development work in an issue management system.

Required Qualifications

  • CS/CSE bachelors degree
  • Passion for exploring latest and greatest technology to proactively identify new opportunities for improving platform design and functionality


Additional/Desired Skills

  • Experience developing RESTful web services
  • Experience with developing both frontend and backend applications
  • Experience with Source Code Management tools; specifically, GIT
  • Experience developing code using design patterns
  • Experience with containerized application deployment; specifically, Docker
  • Experience with developing Single Page Applications
  • Experience with NoSQL technologies like MongoDB
  • Experience with distributed publish-subscribe messaging system like Kafka
  • Experience with Continuous Integration and Delivery tools (i.e. Jenkins, TeamCity)
  • Excellent communication skills: listening, great writing, and interpreting technical content
  • Demonstrates leadership by doing what’s right; a team player that practices integrity
  • Entrepreneurial spirit and a willingness to take on new tasks in a fast-paced setting

Naveego, Inc. is Traverse City based software technology company that creates value for business by helping our customers manage their most important business data.  As a start-up in the field of master data management, we have a tremendous opportunity to change the way companies see data.

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