Software Developer - Web Development at State Farm

State Farm
Published
September 18, 2020
Location
Bloomington, Illinois
Job Type
Job Expires: 2020-12-17

Description

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Software Developer - Web Development

One Company...Many Careers!
A Day In The Life Of A Software Developer
- Web Development
- req10302 State Farm is seeking a bright, diligent full stack Software Developers to join our Enterprise Technology department.
WE NEED YOU!
We need forward-thinking software developers (entry level to experienced) to join our small cross-functional product teams that are creating andor modernizing solutions using the latest design patterns and technologies.
A fast-paced and outcome-focused approach allows product teams the autonomy to own the work and deliver business and technical capabilities. The work of a Software Developer
- Web Development can include the following Utilizes languages and frameworks such as Java, Angular, Spring. Java
Script, Python, Go, C, Angular, React, Ember, Node.js, etc. Familiarity with Object Oriented design principles. Designs, develops and tests new andor existing web applications running on the server side andor client side. Develops scripting and components to support continuous integration and delivery pipelines. Analyzes technical and business requirements to develop a systems solution that aligns with enterprise best practices including user experience and accessibility. Provides system software support for State Farm web applications, components and testing software. Utilizes agile software development practices, secure coding practices, code reviews, and software architecture. Experience working with multiple platforms. Office Location Bloomington, IL...where we work AND play hard!
About Bloomington, IL All positions will be located in Bloomington, IL. Bloomington is the location of State Farm's Corporate Headquarters and is 2 12 hours from Chicago, Indianapolis, and St. Louis. Bloomington is a mid-size community an average 15 minute rush hour commute is a welcome change for those who have fought rush hour traffic in the city. The community is very active and is home to multiple universities including Illinois State University and Illinois Wesleyan University. We Are Looking for Candidates With Experience with Java is strongly preferred. Experience or significant coursework in object-oriented programming (front-end and back-end languages). Ability to quickly adapt to a changing and fast-paced agile development environment.
A proven willingness to learn and use new technologies. Experience with API web services development is desired, but not required. What You Can Expect Next Steps Competitive candidates may be invited to participate in the interview process. This is where the excitement begins!
Applicants are required to be eligible to lawfully work in the U.S. immediately employer will not sponsor applicants for U.S. work authorization (e.g. H-1B visa) for this opportunity. What's In It For You Competitive Benefits, Pay and Bonus Potential Who doesn't want money, right?
401k Plan and FULLY FUNDED PENSION This is kind of a BIG deal!
Dress Code We trust our employees to dress for their day. That's right, we trust you... Discount Program Are you in the market for electronics, jewelry, travel or more?
Free covered garage parking Volunteer opportunities Give back to the community!
A Learning Culture Mentoring, Tuition Reimbursement, Health Initiatives, and more!
We embrace Diversity and Inclusion--It's simply the right thing to do!
Learn more about our benefits at State Farm Careers!
httpswww.statefarm.comcareersbecome-an-employeeemployee-benefits We are not just offering a job but a meaningful career!
We're here to help life go right
Registered Come join our passionate team!
Employment Type Regular Full-Time Shift First Weekends Periodic SFARM LI-MJB1

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