Software Developer - Internationalization
Ready to change the way the world works? This is your chance to develop innovative new technology products, as well as your career, with the world's second largest software-maker. Hone your expertise alongside fellow talented professionals as part of an international team.
As an IBM Software Developer, the candidate will use the latest tools and technologies available to deliver solutions for the global marketplace. The candidate will be working on a variety of software internationalization (i18n) projects and technologies. The candidate may be contributing to open source projects like International Components for Unicode, or developing services for IBM's Cloud and Mobile development platforms (eg., Bluemix), or developing tools for internal use. Working under the direction of senior IBM software developers, the candidate will have the opportunity to implement selected software components or features, perform unit testing, and fix defects as part of the software development life cycle. While the position is physically located in Markham, the candidate will work primarily with a remote team situated across the U.S, Canada, China, and Taiwan.
- Bachelor's Degree
- At least 1 year experience in working in software development process and tools in an agile/CD (Continuous Delivery) environment
- At least 6 months experience in using other programming languages is an asset
- Basic knowledge in of designing and analyzing systems and workflow
- At least 6 months experience in demonstrating an ability to communicate technical subject matter clearly
- At least 6 months experience in in working independently and with remote team members
- Basic knowledge in or familiarity with languages and cultures besides English is an asset
- English: Fluent
IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.