SoftSource Consulting is looking for talented and experienced Senior Software Engineers and Software Architects in Portland, Oregon. We’re looking for candidates who…
…have at least five years of real-world .NET or Java full-stack experience.
…have built server-side web applications and REST services.
…have worked with relational and NoSQL databases.
…are very comfortable with Agile methodologies.
…are able to commute and work on-site at client engagements within the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area.
We don’t just hire engineers who have excellent technical skills, they also have excellent consulting skills. These soft skills are critical to the success of our consulting engagements, and represent clear differentiators between our “Consultants”, and other firms’ “contractors”.
Communicating effectively with clients and colleagues – SoftSource Consultants have excellent written and verbal communication skills, which leads to successful consulting engagements.
Contributing positively to an architecture discussion – Our clients see us a technical experts and depend on us for sound architectural and technical advice. SoftSource Consultants know how to present and defend their architectural proposals, and when it’s appropriate to do so.
Identifying pragmatic solutions to business problems – Our clients expect straightforward and timely solutions to their business problems. SoftSource Consultants design and deliver simple, understandable, and maintainable solutions.
Having ownership and independence – SoftSource Consultants take ownership of their engagements, and never worry about being micromanaged by headquarters. Our engineers are entrusted with our reputation and are the key to our success.
Focusing on the details – SoftSource Consultants not only deliver great software design, but can back it up by producing really high-quality code.
Embracing new technologies and opportunities – SoftSource Consultants like the idea of working on a health care website in the first part of the year, a multi-platform computer game in summer and fall, and then starting on complex scheduling algorithms when winter is setting in.
Let us know, we’ll get back to you right away!