TITLE:

Software Developer

LOCATION:

Singapore

GROUP:

Technology

REPORT TO:

Technology Director, APAC

 

About RAPP Singapore

RAPP knows the way to create real value for brands, is to help them create real value for their customers. We do this by balancing Precision & Empathy: the ability to understand real people through data, and the smarts to meet their individual wants and needs. Building on our data foundation, RAPP delivers a range of capability across social, digital, customer experience and technology. As part of Omnicom, RAPP is proud to employ over 1,000 talented people across U.S., Brazil, UK, France, Germany, Singapore and Dubai, and we actively foster an inclusive workplace where diversity and individual differences are valued and leveraged to achieve the agency’s vision. The Singapore team was started in 2016 to address the needs of our regional clients, and we are seeking like-minded individuals to join our growing team.

 

Your Role

As a Software Developer you will be working with our local and global developers and Technical leads to scope, design, develop and deploy software solutions across the region. You will be working on marketing application solutions, Content intelligence and mobile solutions. Hence, we do require you to have very strong front end back-end development skills as listed below, but also the curiosity, ambition and desire to learn, co-operate and come up with new best-in-class solutions. As such we think your character is equally important. We are a fun, ambitious and flexible team that openly communicates and follows a “can do attitude” of mutual support regardless of your title. This is probably the main reason why you should join us! We are small enough to be agile, but have a global network of insanely talented people, whom you will get to work with/ learn from. That said, we strive (and succeed) to maintain a fun, flexible and respectful culture that you typically see in start-up agencies.

 

Responsibilities

  • Production of software application
  • Review of requirements, software design, coding and unit tests
  • Quality assurance / testing

 

Skills and Experience

  • Understanding the sense of OOP/OOD/DDD
  • Experience in Micro Services and CQRS
  • C# .NET, ASP.MVC 5, TypeScript & WebAPI experience
  • NOSQL database such as MongoDB experience
  • MSBuild
  • IoC technologies
  • HTML5/CSS3/Javascript and AJAX experience
  • Design and usability skills are a plus
  • Bachelor’s degree or above
  • 4+ years’ experience in a similar environment
  • PR or Singaporean preferred

Why this is an exciting position

  • Highly flexible working times in a fast-growing agency with a very modern enjoyable culture
  • Super nice, respectful yet ambitious clients
  • Future focused and ready industry vertical
  • High diversity of responsibilities and tasks

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