Two Barrels is hiring an Internal Applications Developer to build amazing internal open source tools to benefit the employees of Two Barrels. You will be a traditional company employee. This is a full-time 40 hours/week position with company benefits.
We recognize the unique blend of skills that individuals bring when they transition from one tech domain to another. We value the depth and breadth of knowledge that comes from starting in IT and moving into software development. Such individuals often bring a holistic approach to technology, understanding not just the code but the infrastructure it runs on. We are on the lookout for such an individual to join our dynamic team and help us bridge the worlds of IT and software development.
This is a remote or work-wherever-you-want position. Of course, we’d prefer you be around Spokane, Salt Lake, or Austin to have a hub based out of one of our three main offices, but we’re open to good talent anywhere in the US.
Remote | Spokane - Austin - SLC |
Develop and design robust and scalable software solutions using Python and/or Go, with Django or similar
Take ownership of projects from conception to deployment, ensuring timely delivery and meeting the specified requirements
Work closely with cross-functional teams, including IT, product management, and other software teams, to ensure seamless integration and alignment with business objectives
Stay updated with the latest industry trends, technologies, and best practices to bring innovative solutions to the table
Leverage your IT background to troubleshoot, diagnose, and resolve complex technical issues using software
Ensure code quality, perform code reviews, and write unit tests to validate functionality against requirements
Create comprehensive documentation for software designs, technical specifications, and user manuals
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, related field or equivalent experience
Proven experience as a Software Developer, with a strong background in IT
Proficiency in Python, Ruby and/or Go
Ability to take on diverse projects and deliver innovative solutions
Excellent problem-solving skills and a keen eye for detail
Ability to work on projects solo or with a team
Strong communication and collaboration skills
Experience with multiple programming languages outside of Python, Ruby, and Go
Strong product management skills to self-manage your tasks
Professional experience working in an Agile environment
Linux programming experience
Why you might like this job:
You have worked in IT for a while and have realized that you really like coding, and that you can build some cool tools. You have pushed yourself to build crazy, and sometimes maybe even dumb tools just to see what they can do. You want to work in an environment where you get to do your work without your manager constantly looking over your shoulder. You get to be the even-keeled, go with the flow person that you want to be; you don’t need to change your personality just to be at work.