Lead Code Whisperer

Corgibytes • Posted November 9th

Location
REMOTE ONLY
Position
Category
Software Development
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Do you enjoy modernizing and maintaining existing software? Do you love the challenge of upgrading a big and critical system? Is finding your way around a deprecated software solution to help solve user pain points rewarding to you?

If so, you have the attitude we’re looking for! Lead developers at Corgibytes, or Lead Code Whisperers as we call them, work directly with clients to help them migrate platforms, address security vulnerabilities, upgrade databases and infrastructure, integrate existing applications with obscure systems, and more.

Our ideal candidate has a deep understanding of the Java EE ecosystem (specifically Spring, Struts, and/or Play), is comfortable with a broad range of other tech stacks (and is excited to learn new ones), stays up-to-date with industry best practices, uses Test-Driven Development as a daily practice, is interested in potentially contributing blog posts or presentations, loves to mentor other developers to help them grow in their careers, enjoys pair/mob programming, gives detailed feedback through pull requests and code reviews, and is a maintainer at heart.

This remote position is full-time (30-40 hrs per week) with lots of flexibility over where and when you work. There is little to no travel required for this position. The team usually operates in the Eastern Time Zone. Contract stipulations for this position require both a W2 status and U.S. citizenship.

We pay our staff hourly to provide the most scheduling flexibility and pay the same rate for each role to ensure equal pay for equal work. The hourly rate for this position is USD$67.66.

Benefits include:
  • Lots of schedule flexibility
  • Paid Time Off - up to 240 hours (6 forty-hour work weeks) per year
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Short and long-term disability insurance
  • Paid time for professional development
  • All-team on-site retreats about once per year (once it’s safe to travel again)