Who We Are  

Bold. Unapologetic. Hardworking. We are building something special.  We transform energy into high-value compute with superior efficiency at scale.  Today, that means powering and securing the Bitcoin Network.  Tomorrow, that could also include powering workloads in AI, HPC and other forms of high-value compute.

Core Scientific is one of the largest bitcoin miners and bitcoin mining hosts in North America.  Our mission is to accelerate digital innovation by scaling high-value compute rapidly, efficiently and responsibly.  Our proprietary software stack optimizes bitcoin mining, pushes firmware, and monitors all aspects of our operations, ensuring we and our customers generate the highest possible ROI on our hardware investment.

But what makes us different from others in our industry?  We own and manage our own infrastructure.  That puts us in control of our operations and gives us an advantage that translates into higher productivity and efficiency.  It also gives us the ability to deploy rapidly the innovations developed by our deep tech team.

Come join us as we continue our journey and accelerate yours.  We seek smart, creative, collaborative minds, who work hard and fast.

Intrigued? Then apply and be a part of something truly special at Core Scientific.


Title:
 
Sr. NetSuite Software Engineer 

 
Reports To: 
Director, Technical Program Management 

The Job  

In this role, you will work closely with Technical Program Managers, product teams, as well as external vendors, and contractors to design, build and deploy services and integrations, which will be used across Core Scientific. You will own timely delivery of new services and integrations within NetSuite, including third party services and APIs. Successful candidates will have core development and web fundamentals (I.e., HTML, JS, CSS, etc.).  You will streamline operational use of the product suite, troubleshoot, and remediate performance issues, remove bottlenecks in processes and workflow and think around corners to ensure solutions provide scale for Core Scientific. 
 

The Sr. NetSuite Software Engineer is fundamental toward our NetSuite design, development, integration, launch and support of the systems and solutions that Core Scientific requires as we grow and expand. This critical role bridges the gap between Finance, Technology, Security, and Data Center Services 

 

Responsibilities 

  • Responsible for the development life cycle of the solution(s) that have significant impact to Core Scientific operations. 
  • Scoping, requirements gathering, solution design reviews, active development, testing, and deployment. 
  • Scale optimized solutions such as customization, scripting, integrations. 
  • Remediation of service performance issues.  
  • Work with stakeholders in developing milestones and road maps for new services and integrations. 
  • Work closely across the technology organization to develop the best technical design and approach for product integrations & development. 
  • Instill best practices for software development and documentation, assure designs meet requirements, and deliver high-quality work on tight schedules. 
  • Engage with stakeholders across the company to understand deliverables and set prioritization.
  • Foster open, respectful, and professional communication directly within the team as well as with co-workers/ teammates and leaders across the organization. 
  • Other duties as assigned.   

Qualifications 

  • Bachelor of Science degree (or equivalent experience) 
  • 3+ years development experience in the NetSuite ecosystem 
  • 2+ years in a software development role outside of NetSuite 
  • Proven track record of NetSuite integration of 3rd party applications & services, API etc. 
  • Versed in Java Script, SQL, JQuery, HTML etc. 
  • NetSuite developer certifications a plus! 

Work Environment
This job is remote. This position may be required to work outside of normal business hours.  

Physical Demands 
Able to meet physical requirements of the job, this position frequently sits and or stands for the majority of the day. 

Position Type/ Expected Hours of Work 
This is a full-time, regular position. General hours and days of work are Monday through Friday, 8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. Central Standard Time.  

Travel 
Minimal travel, <10%.   

 

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