>Please feel free to forward this message to whoever might be interested.
>I work as a UI Engineer at a software company called SupplyBase that
>makes a web based enterprise application for manufacturing companies.
>Right now we're small (20 people), but are growing. We're located SOMA
>in San Francisco. The atmosphere is great: hard working but not a sweat
>shop, my co-workers are experienced and highly skilled, innate
>intelligence is highly valued, and everyone has a life outside of work.
>I'd love to work with more women, so please send me your resume!
>Both jobs are full time with competitve salary, benefits, and stock
>User Interface Developer
>Developing the user interface of SupplyBase Manager, a distributed
>multi-user enterprise software application. Candidate will be joining a
>small team and will be a key contributor for V1 of SupplyBase Manager.
>Candidate's areas of responsibilities will grow as the team grows into
>becoming a core member of a large development organization.
>Candidate will be responsible for implementing new features/modules of
>SupplyBase Manager. This includes (but is not limited to!):
>-Dynamic user interface generating system
>-Designing the look and feel of a new enterprise application
>-Implementing a new generation of applications via internet technologies
>What we use:
>- Applicants should have at least one or two years of JAVA application
>The dynamically generated user interface of SupplyBase Manager is an
>interesting problem for a highly motivated developer looking for a
>serious challenge. SupplyBase is using state of the art distributed
>internet technologies and seeking a developer up to the challenge of
>designing a new product for today's hot software market.
>Manage and administer an Oracle database accessed by several web
>directories as well as an enterprise software package. Lead
>initiatives to ensure world class quality in information management.
>- Importing/exporting of data files into/from Oracle database.
>- Design and develop new interfaces into the database.
>- Support the Marketing and Content Services groups through interface
>development and database tracking and reporting.
>- Technical lead for data strategies including cleansing, and
>integration with 3rd party sources.
>- Serve as advocate for data quality and integrity.
>- Education/Experience: Bachelor's degree, preferrable engineering.
>Proficient in Oracle/SQL. Knowledge of MS Access, Powerbuilder or other
>interface development tools.
>- Comfortable in a fast growing startup environment. Very customer
>focused. Good communication skills. Diligence and attention to detail a
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