This is an opportunity to join Improving – Twin Cities as a Java Developer. You will work with a team of developers responsible for leveraging technology to solve business problems in Customer Technology and will use object-oriented development tools to analyze, model, design, construct and test production quality software. It is an opportunity to get involved with an established consulting firm that is developing a new IT practice. This is an amazing opportunity to work with a group of people that believe in teamwork being one of the greatest competitive advantages, valuing a high level of respect for colleagues, making for a great place to work hard, play hard and enjoy practicing your craft, delivering one of our key core values: delivering quality results to our valued clients.
Do you have what it takes?
5+ years front end Java development experience
Agile development methodology
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
We have won numerous awards for Best Places to Work year after year; we care about building quality software, we enjoy sharing best practices and we care about people, our customers, our employees and our communities! We provide software solutions and training to clients, putting bright minds to the test to solve real world business problems; delivering quality solutions.
Why do people like working at Improving?
Working at Improving - Twin Cities provides a challenging and rewarding opportunity to contribute to cutting-edge software solutions. We provide a creative, enriching, and casual work environment in which employees are encouraged and offered unique ways to further develop their professional capabilities. We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package that extend beyond the typical paycheck, vacation days, and insurance benefits.
“Improving is a place where everyone is in it together; whether to complete a project or to improve our collective skillset, we are all pointed in the same direction. I can't overstate how amazing it is to work at a place where everyone shares the same values.”
― Walton Leavell