• Application Developer roles at Interactions in Franklin, MA

    Interactions, LLC in Franklin, MA is hiring Applications Developers who are responsible for building voice and web applications from beginning to end for clients. The Applications Developer is responsible for translating client requirements to application specifications, building multi-channel applications, providing project plans, and integration support for client systems.

    Required Skills:

    • Java, JavaScript and web services protocol experience. (REST, SOAP and XML)
    • Minimum of three years of software development experience.  
    • Technical documentation experience. (UML)
    • Eclipse and Subversion experience.

     

    Send an email to Jason Lipner at jlipner@interactions.com to learn more!


    Posted By: Jason Lipner on Feb 11, 2019 10:50 AM
    Expires On: Mar 11, 2019 12:00 AM
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