Pampered Chef

Software Dev Engineer

Job ID
2017-1380
Category
Technology
US-IL-Addison

 

What you’ll do

Design, build, test, and operationalize applications. You’ll enhance the existing suite of Java web applications while moving new functionality to microservices in the cloud. As a key member of an agile team, you’ll love your code, relentlessly refactoring, and supporting it with a rock-solid set of unit tests. You’ll ensure our next generation of applications are scalable, available, secure, testable, and continuously deployed.

 

What your day will look like

You’ll have the flexibility of a start-up and work in a small, autonomous, highly-collaborative team backed by world-class resources and support. You’ll be asked to always challenge the status quo and fearlessly innovate as we drive towards a new cloud-based architecture. You’ll work with the latest technology in an environment that’s fun, productive, and leverages each person’s talents.

 

Technology you’ll use

Java, Hybris, Oracle, MongoBD, Spring, AngularJS, Node.js, Agile, BDD, and TDD

 

Other skills you’ll need

  • Eagerness to solve problems, learn, and share knowledge
  • Value better over perfect
  • Focused on building quality into the product from the start
  • Ability to work across the full stack of front and back end technologies - including everything in between
  • Passion for everything that goes to production

About Pampered Chef

We’re a global brand delivering curated, high-quality kitchen solutions through a network of over 40,000 independent consultants. We began as a Chicago-based start-up in 1980. Today, we’re a small, agile company with long-term focus—backed by the resources of Berkshire Hathaway.

 

Our team is guided by our core values and our purpose of enriching lives…one meal & one memory at a time. We aren’t your typical company—we act like owners, crave challenges, seek out learning opportunities, and thrive in an environment of empowerment and accountability.

 

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