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Job Title: Junior-Level Application Developer
Job Status: Full Time
Schedule: Monday to Friday from 8:45am - 5:00 pm
Hours/week: 40 hours per week
Job Location: 12700 Park Central Dr, Suite 200, Dallas, TX 75251
We are looking for a highly motivated developer who will work on our FileMaker 16 applications. The ideal candidate has a strong work ethic, is teachable, can learn new tasks quickly, and has a background in relational databases. Although we are a 31-year-old company, we have grown considerably since 2008. We are in need of a capable database developer to help us continue that success.
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High Point is a growing company with a great family atmosphere. We are looking for someone who will not only fill a functional job description, but also become a key member of our team.
Duties and Responsibilities
The main focus of the Application Developer is to provide assistance regarding all aspects of application development, including user interface design as well as back-end database structure. The Developer works in conjunction with our team to develop our proprietary applications to enable our staff to work more efficiently and to engage with our clients more effectively. Responsibilities may include:
Working with team members and leadership to pursue development priorities
Designing, implementing, and testing new and/or improved functionality
Connecting our applications to external APIs
Developing Web Direct and/or Custom Web Publishing interfaces for FileMaker
Developing our client-facing website which interacts with our in-house applications
Providing input on development planning
At least one year in a role that included database development
Understanding of relational databases