Chewy is hiring a Senior Software Engineer, Java for our Pet Health team in Boston, MA. This is a high-profile position that will have exposure across the entire business, influencing the vision and implementation of architecture, design and features for this critical business line. As part of a dynamic team, this role offers a tremendous opportunity for professional growth in the leading online pet retailer in the US. The role will allow you to act as an individual contributor and as part of a team of strong engineers. You will have tremendous visibility in the technology and business organizations of Chewy and help continue to build one of the most visible and in demand areas within our company.
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If you are interested, apply here: https://www.chewy.com/jobs/position/1731318?gh_jid=1731318&gh_jid=1731318
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The patterns discussed include: