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Based in Baltimore, Mindgrub sits at the crux of business and technology. With in-house design, marketing, project management, strategy, and engineering expertise, we tackle projects from mobile, to web, VR, marketing, and robotics, and we don’t shy away from a challenge.

We produce award winning, end-to-end marketing and technology solutions for Fortune 100 companies, educational institutions, healthcare organizations, non-profits and start-ups. Mindgrub is a member of the Inc. 5000 Hall of Fame and was voted one of Inc. Magazine’s Best Workplaces.

Who you are

MindGrub is seeking a senior engineer to work with one of our Fortune 500 clients to design, build, test and maintain enterprise grade APIs in Azure. 

Responsibilities

  • Design, develop, and maintain solutions for Mindgrub’s internal and external clients
  • Participate in all steps of the Agile process including Sprint Planning, Sprint Review, Sprint Retrospective, and Daily Scrum
  • Develop and host APIs in Azure using API management 
  • Leverage Azure DevOps pipelines for CI/CD
  • Modifying and improving existing systems.
  • Collaborate and help team members by sharing knowledge and combining brainpower to solve problems
  • Look for ways to improve processes and functionality to further deliver increased value to Mindgrub’s clients

Requirements

  • 4+ years of experience in a prior software engineering role including interactions with non-technical stakeholders
  • Knowledge of developing enterprise level C# applications, leveraging features of the Azure platform
  • Azure Integration Services, APIM, function Apps, and logic Apps experience highly desired
  • Able to quickly and accurately identify API connectivity issues and present solutions
  • Ability to troubleshoot and debug both front-end and back-end issues using tools like Postman.
  • Strong knowledge of API architecture patterns.
  • Strong collaboration skills are essential. 
  • Demonstrated understanding of REST Web Services.

Additional Info:

  • Work remotely or in the office - your choice (ask about our Covid policy)
  • Not your typical office: rock climbing wall, kitchen, board games, Taco Tuesday
  • Free access to Calm! 
  • Dog-friendly workplace 
  • 1 day of PTO available when you start
  • Dress for your day 
  • Phone and Gym stipend

Inclusivity without exception | At Mindgrub we value and encourage mutual respect and acceptance. We know we all have something to contribute. We work every day to ensure all are welcome, and that we treat all people with fairness and dignity.

No phone calls or recruiters, please.

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