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October 27, 2020
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Cheshire, CT
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POSITION TITLE: SOFTWARE ENGINEER(WEB)
LOCATION: CHESHIRE CT 06410
DURATION:3 MONTHS(CONTRACT TO HIRE)

***CLIENT NEEDS REALLY HIGH QUALITY CANDIDATES AS THIS IS A CONTRACT TO HIRE POSITION***
*Working from an office starting from the first day (no WFH).

JOB SUMMARY:
The Software Engineer will develop software for the Linux-based Client Cloud Services platform. The role will focus on the UI/Web Site but the engineer should be confident with SQL for database interactions and familiar with routine Linux commands. The engineer will also be expected to interact with stakeholders to understand requirements and translate them into practical features or improvements.

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