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Seeking candidate to aid in software development. The student will work on the development and customization of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. Responsibilities will include design layout, writing code, and familiarization with the system's purpose and functionality. In addition, the student will be responsible for testing new and existing developments, while being able to identify and address any issues they may find. Documentation is an important part of the job and students must be comfortable logging their developments as they work. The student will communicate with and provide support to end users. The student will be provided opportunities to apply creativity to achieve system user requirements.
Candidate must be enrolled in an accredited Engineering curriculum and be a U.S. citizen.
The ideal candidate is majoring in Computer Science or Software/Systems Engineering. We are looking for a fast, self-directed learner with an exceptional academic record. Must have high competency in design layout and writing code. As documentation of all work is an integral part of this job, strong organizational skills with a focus on detail is required. Outstanding written and oral communication skills, along with the ability to work as part of a team, are essential.