Assoc Software Engineer

Women Back to Work
Job LocationUS
Job TagEarly Career

Location: Santa Clara, CA – Onsite

Onsite (Remote if candidate in PST)

Job Description:

The WBW program offers Returners the resources and guidance they need to assist with the often difficult task of reentering the workforce after a career break. WBW is committed to helping you land a job in the shortest time possible by making every effort to match you to existing roles at WBW participating partner companies. This is a place where you can connect with mentors and advisors, get tips, and above all, get the support you need. The WBW program is always free for Returners.

WBW’s many partners are continually providing new job opportunities for their returners. The jobs are for individuals with a career gap, just like you. So don’t hesitate to apply.

  • Primary Skills: Cloud Infrastructure, JavaScript, SSL/TLS Protocols, MYSQL/DB2/Relational Database, REST/ SOAP/ XML
  • Duration:  6+ Months

NOTE: Role open to Women Back to Work candidates with a career gap

Job Responsibilities:

  • General Knowledge of networking fundamentals (all OSI layers)
  • Excellent technical design, problem-solving, and debugging skills and an aptitude for learning new technologies
  • Ability to communicate effectively with representatives in explaining security topics clearly and where necessary, in layman’s terms
  • Ability to provide technical design, performance considerations when developing new features

Job Requirements:

  • 4+ years of experience in professional software development, preferably in the Cloud Infrastructure Environment
  • Advanced programming or scripting skills (using JavaScript) and experience in object-oriented design
  • Development of web-based database applications using MySQL or other relational databases & and services using common API techniques (REST, SOAP, XML, etc.)
  • General Knowledge of HTTP and SSL/TLS protocols.

Top 10 Coding Projects for Beginners

The best way to begin to learn to code is to simply start coding! When you gain experience developing challenging projects from inception to completion, you establish a strong work ethic that will benefit you throughout your career. 

Related Industries: Computer Science, Data Analytics, Data Science, Web Development

Barbara Wright’s Top 3 Tips for a Career in Technology

Barbara Wright learned three important lessons that she believes are integral to thriving in the tech industry: lean on your peers, you’re never done learning, and perseverance is key.

Related Industries: Web Development