Design Within Reach is looking for a Software Developer to join
our Digital Engineering team in our Stamford, CT Headquarters. As a
Software Developer you will own and support existing customizations
as well as scoping, designing, and developing new features and
functionality in our retail systems environment. The primary focus
for this role would be systems such as Enterprise Resource Planning
(ERP), Point of Sale (POS), Warehouse Management (WMS), Order
Management (OMS), and associated Integrations. This position
currently reports to the Vice President, Digital Engineering &
What you’ll do:
You'll have opportunities to design, achieve and build
relationships every day as you...
Perform technical analysis, design, configuration, scripting,
and implementation of system customizations and functionality.
Review escalated system issues/bugs from the Helpdesk team to
determine if technical changes are required and create and propose
Partner with Business Analysts and business experts to
review bugs/issues, advise on capabilities native to the platform
and design solutions for non-standard requirements.
Participate in the verification and testing of system build
Maintain documentation for customizations, processes, and
Systems administration including user setup and light
Participate in all aspects of the software development lifecycle
(code reviews, sprints, scrum meetings) as well as cross-training
with other members of the development team.
Does this sound like you?
This might be you if you have the following qualifications,
skills and abilities...
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or
related discipline or equivalent experience.
Minimum 5 years’ programming and/or customizing
applications & platforms.
Minimum 2-3 years’ in a dynamic retail environment and/or
working with financial teams.
Experience working in a SOX & PCI compliant
Experience with Agile development methodologies (SCUM,
2-3 years’ development/customization of systems such as
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Point of Sale (POS), Warehouse
Management (WMS), Order Management (OMS), and associated
Strong analysis skills and ability to translate business needs
into technical solutions.
Familiar and comfortable with SOX compliance requirements and
source control methodologies.
Understanding of Financial and Accounting practices
Experience with NetSuite scripting (SuiteTalk, SuiteScripting,
Workflows), SCIS (SuiteCloud In-Store), Salesforce
API & APEX, .NET (C#) is a plus.
As a Software Developer, you'll be eligible for DWR's
comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and vision
insurance, paid holidays, parental leave, green transit subsidy,
401k and more.
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