Life Quotes, Inc. seeks e-commerce-experienced
Mid-Level Java/J2EE Web Architect-Programmer to $95,000
This is a fast-paced position of high responsibility in an e-commerce company. You will help us design, build and maintain all major software projects needed to support www.lifequotes.com, our #1 rated life insurance website.
Do your career a favor; come help us take Life Quotes, Inc. to the next level. Insurance on the Internet is booming - and just getting started!
Life Quotes is a comprehensive, online consumer insurance information service that caters to the needs of self-directed insurance shoppers. We provide a comprehensive array of comparative auto, life and health quotes, including a vast library of originally authored insurance articles and decision-making tools that are not available from any other single source.
We’ve brought a radical, pro-consumer insurance business plan to market. We’re ranked #1 life insurance site by Forbes.com for 3 years running! We’re privately held with lots of capital and no debt. Insurance on the Internet is just getting started.
Come make insurance history with us in a positive way!
This position entails typically a 45-50 hr. work week with some evenings and weekends when needed. Work from home may be possible for the right candidate with the right background.
Your negotiated starting pay plan (up to $95,000) will depend upon your background of achievements in light of our mutual going-forward goals. We're anxious to meet you and to get to know you.
Key Areas of Responsibility
- Writes, tests, and maintains java based applications that support our website and CRM.
- Manage and execute timely completion of IT service requests and technical projects as determined and planned by senior management.
- Analyzes, reviews, and rewrites programs to increase operating efficiency or to adapt program to new requirements.
- Due to the fact that we are a small business with big goals, you will be asked at times for you to perform other technical duties outside of your core essential duties. A flexible and friendly generalist is worth more to us than a genius-specialist.
- These duties are to be performed to the best of your abilities with recognition that you may not be an expert in this area and you may have to learn new skills.
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