Computer Systems Analyst
LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS /
Since our start in 2015, we’ve gone from a group of individuals to a community pushing toward the same goal of building a fantastic company with great people, great products, and, most importantly, a great culture.
Apptegy is building products to empower school leaders to run better schools.
We are growing quickly and are focused on bringing thoughtful, high-performers together to craft amazing products for our clients and to make Apptegy a better place than it already is.
What we’ve built & are building:
Apptegy works with thousands of schools and school districts across the United States. For the past 6 years, we’ve been working to make our technology a breath of fresh air. School leaders, superintendents, and administrators have some of the most stressful and demanding jobs in the world. They are responsible for the safety, well-being, and education of thousands of students. Every day they juggle the roles of politician, disciplinarian, visionary, and accountant.
In short, we are enabling school leaders to brand, market, and strengthen their schools. Amazing events and happenings occur in schools every day and our technology allows that to be shared across web, mobile, social media, and alerts with a single, simple-to-use tool.
A Computer Systems Analyst:
Writes clean, maintainable, and efficient code, collaborates on all aspects of application design and development, performs code review, and maintains code quality of the main software platform (Thrillshare) and its dependencies.
In addition the CSA works with members of the development team to implement, promote, and manage agile project development process, design, develop, and maintain new features of the main software platform, using various design principles i.e Test Driven Development (TDD), Behavior Driven Development (BDD); utilizes Roda, Sequel, and Ruby on Rails to design and develop micro services in Ruby, deploys, maintains, and monitors server infrastructure, and develop monitoring and deployment toolkits to streamline the deployment and maintenance of Thrillshare.
Bachelor degree in Computer Science or Information Science and five (5) years of experience as Software Engineer or related OR Master Degree in Computer Science or Information Science and two (2) years of experience as Software Engineer or related are required.
Academic Training and/or experience must includeexposure to:
Please send resume AND cover letter to:
VP of Human Resources and Recruiting
2201 Brookwood Dr. Suite 115
Little Rock, AR 72202