5 hot job openings Chicago developers need to check out

June 9, 2015

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Lead UI Engineer at Enova

Why it's cool: Enova is a rapidly growing, multinational company that uses technology to whip up innovative financial services for individuals and companies. 

What you'd do: Main responsibilities include advocating for UX-conscious, maintainable interfaces and high-quality front-end code.

Who they're looking for: You'll need to have an excellent grasp on HTML, write fluent CSS, and be a JavaScript whiz. Bonus points if you've contributed regularly to popular open-source projects.

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Sr. Software Engineer (DevOps) at kCura

Why it's cool: kCura was recognized as a leader in Gartner's 2014 E-Discovery Magic Quadrant. It's always cool to be a leader in your field. 

What you'd do: You'd be at the reins of the tools that drive kCura. That means you'd get to write, design, support, test, and implement kCura's software developments. 

Who they're looking for: If you're a high-level Sr. Software Engineer who's down for a challenge, you should probably check them out. If you've got seven to ten years experience and have tried your hand at Azure cloud integration, you might just be golden. 

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Software Engineer- iOS at SpotHero

Why it's cool: SpotHero is an awesome app that lets users reserve parking spots ahead of time. And they're growing. Fast. In the last year alone, they've expanded by almost 400%. 

What you'd do: Lots of coding, lots of debugging, lots of collaboration. 

Who they're looking for: You'll need experience developing, releasing, and maintaining native iOS applications, of course. 

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Performance Engineer at Uptake

Why it's cool: Uptake describes itself as global, disruptive, and differentiated. If that doesn't sound cool enough, you'll also get to work with both on- and offshore teams. 

What you'd do: You'll be an preformance monitoring guru--understanding issues and fixing their causes, assessing current performance, and analyzing metrics. 

Who they're looking for: If you've got Maven, Docker, JMS, AMQP, Kafka, TCP, Drools, or Scala under your belt, you'll fit right in. 

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Linux Systems Engineer at Jellyvision

Why it's cool: Let's talk perks: Jellyvision's got competitive pay, casual dress, free food, and pretty awesome benefits. Oh--and they've got a message chair on-site, if that's your cup of tea. 

What you'd do: You'd be in charge of keeping things running smoothly: daily service operations, database maintenance, performance monitoring--the works. 

Who they're looking for: Besides three to five years of experience with distributed Linux administration, Jellyvision wants the whole package--learners, visionaries, comedians, and communicators, all wrapped into one. 

 

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