Senior Designer / Developer, Winnipeg, Hello Astra

Published 2022-06-28
Expires 2022-07-28
ID #1064039073
Senior Designer / Developer, Winnipeg, Hello Astra
Canada, Manitoba, Winnipeg,
Published June 28, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Senior designer / developer

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Join a top employer and advance your career. David Aplin Group has partnered with a Winnipeg-based company to hire a Senior Designer/Developer. As the Senior Designer/Developer, you would be responsible for designing, developing, and supporting software solutions by studying information needs, conferring with clients, studying systems flow, data usage, and work process. You would also be responsible for improving existing software solutions quality. If you excel at troubleshooting and following NWC software development lifecycle, then you are the right fit to join our team.  In this role you will be reporting to the Manager of Software Development.
Perks & Benefits:
Competitive salary and benefits package
Committed to inclusion and diversity
Opportunities to learn, develop and advance throughout the organization
Collaborative and constructive culture
Review existing systems and process, and suggest changes when required to improve solution quality and performance
Based on functional business requirement and existing systems and practices, prepare new system designs
Develop alternative or new solutions for improvements to systems and affected processes
Determine operational feasibility by evaluating analysis, problem definition, requirements, solution development, and proposed solutions
Demonstrate solutions by developing documentation, flowcharts, layouts, diagrams, charts, code comments and clear code
Develop appropriate test plans, conducts unit and system testing, verify results, and assist in client acceptance testing
Assist in the implementation of system and process changes as needed
Collaborate with development team (internal/external), ensuring consistency with design and development of an effective solution
Mentor junior members of the development team
Conduct knowledge transfers of newly implemented solutions

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