An industry leader for more than four decades, Learfield IMG College has a deep presence in the college athletics landscape nationwide. It manages the multimedia and sponsorship rights for nearly 250 collegiate institutions, conferences and arenas, and supports athletic departments at all competitive levels as title sponsor of the prestigious Learfield IMG College Directors’ Cup.

Our people-friendly culture is a hallmark of our style and approach to business and is rooted in values demonstrating intentional and active care for other people. The company and its employees strive each day to live by the company's value statement: “build the team, grow the company, have fun, love and serve others."

About SIDEARM Sports

The team at SIDEARM provides the technology platform that powers the official websites, mobile apps, statistical integration, live audio and video streaming, and e-commerce platforms of more than 1,300 collegiate athletic partners across the nation, including 300 NCAA Division I programs, and over 50 of the 65 Power 5 athletic departments.  We are proud that the work we do is experienced by millions of sports fans each year. 

We are actively accepting applications for a Full Stack Developer to join our development team.  In this role, you’ll focus on developing and supporting the SIDEARM software platform and digital products

Responsibilities:

  • Work on variety of new existing product features
  • Write readable, extensible code, while being mindful of performance requirements.
  • Work on improving and optimizing our platform

Our Ideal candidate:

You are a problem solver.  You’ll work collaboratively with your team to creatively solve variety of technology and human problems for our clients.

You are accountable. SIDEARM is a team of various talents and responsibilities, all working together to build products that connect with our clients and fans. Every member of our team works cohesively to dependably solve problems.

You have full stack development experience.  You’ll be involved in development of all layers of our platform and will be able to ship new features and products.

You enjoy learning.  We are a technology-focused organization that is constantly evolving our products, services, and work processes, learning together how we can best serve our clients. 

You are detail oriented. Our industry is constantly evolving, and we are looking for skilled developers who have an eye for detail.

 Minimum Requirements:

  • One to many years of web development experience
  • Solid grasp of server-side web development, we use asp.net/c# BUT if you used other server-side technologies and are willing to learn, we will help
  • Good command of SQL and experience building with relational databases
  • Great debugging and troubleshooting skills

 We’ll be extra impressed if you have:

  • Solid experience with ASP.NET/C#
  • Experience with any modern frontend JavaScript framework, Vue/Angular/React/Knockout
  • Exposure to cloud technologies (AWS, Azure, etc).

Prefer to hire for work in Syracuse, NY but open to fully remote (within 100 miles of Syracuse).

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