Associate Software Developer


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Job Description

Aptean is seeking an Entry Level Software Engineer to develop and maintain software in a .NET environment.

The ideal candidate will have the ability to recognize software problems, develop creative solutions for simple to complex tasks, manage multiple tasks, and apply corrective actions within a fast paced environment. This position requires excellent communication skills. The applicant needs to be able to take responsibility and ownership for the quality of all deliverables. Desire to work in fast-paced team environment and ability to meet tight deadlines. Must be methodical and detail oriented.  


 Aptean, a global leader in enterprise application software (EAS), gives businesses of all sizes a competitive edge. We empower people and businesses with end-to-end, industry-specific solutions to address complex business challenges more effectively. Our software applications and professional business services enable more than 9,000 customers, in more than 100 countries, to more successfully manage their business. Software built specifically for our target markets, aligned with deep knowledge across vertical industries, allow businesses to satisfy their customers; operate most efficiently; and stay at the forefront of their industry. The core values within our culture are intelligence, intensity and integrity. For more information, visit 

Skills & Requirements

Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science (or equivalent work experience)

Experience in using Microsoft technologies and development tools like Visual Studio, IIS, COM+

Experience with C++ and C# programming, object-oriented analysis, design, and implementation expertise a plus 


Aptean, Inc., is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. In accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws No applicant for employment with Aptean shall be subjected to discrimination because of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, disability, age, covered military veteran status, reprisal for engaging in anti-discrimination activities, protected genetic information, sexual orientation or parental status.