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Software Engineer

Tweddle Group is looking for experienced Software Engineers interested in joining our Product Development team.  Team members are building platforms for advanced vehicle diagnostics, digital owner information and onboarding, and service portals. Tweddle Group is headquartered in Clinton Township, Michigan with international offices in Italy, Belgium, and Shanghai. Our Product Development team is located in downtown Detroit in the new WeWork offices. We are looking for Engineers with Python and React experience to drive the next iteration of our vehicle diagnostic platform. We are looking for a full-stack engineer because individual product teams are responsible for their entire product's infrastructure, including backend, frontend, devops, and testing. What you bring: ?      5+ years of software development experience ?      A getting stuff done attitude (GSD) ?      Strong understanding of REST APIs and their implementation ?      Experience building and hosting Python3 web applications (Flask/Django experience is a bonus) ?      Experience with relational database development and tunning ?      Experience building and deploying React applications (Redux or Mobx experience is a bonus) ?      Familiarity with deploying and maintaining scalable applications on AWS ?      Working knowledge of GIT  and how to use GIT in a team setting ?      Experience with agile/scrum development methodologies What we bring: ?      Solving real and challenging customer problems and the ability to see your work's impact ?      Work from home friendly ?      Opportunity to work in a vibrant Detroit WeWork location ?      Flexible working hours ?      Project ownership opportunities ?      Open-minded engineering culture  
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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