ACL is a Canadian headquartered software company, nominated as a BC Top Employer, that helps the world's largest public and private companies stamp out fraud, operational waste and unethical business. You've seen the headlines; the growth opportunity ahead of us is amazing. With more than 14, 000 customers globally, including 89% of the Fortune 500, we take pride in our stability but like to think of ourselves as a 25 year old startup. Our new Cloud products and our established analytics solutions give us an edge and we're disrupting the entire industry by leading auditors, risk and compliance professionals into the cloud and mobile.
Collaborate in small agile teams to continuously deliver value to ACL's customers.
Create and maintain high-performance applications.
Work alongside Product Designers and UX Designers to create a beautiful user experience.
Collaborate with talented and passionate engineers to keep ACL's products fast, robust and maintainable.
Shape our engineering culture by helping to improve our process and codebase.
A Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or equivalent experience is required.
2+ years of experience in delivering high quality applications in an agile environment.
Able to leverage Object-Oriented techniques to create unit testable and maintainable code.
Know how to squeeze every bit of performance out of Windows and the underlying hardware, know how to handle large data files.
Experience with data modelling and data transformation (ETL).
Knowledge of statistical analysis or regression analysis on big data is a plus
Experience with web technologies, knows how to provide or consume RESTful web services,
Familiar with Git and JIRA.
Bring your creative ideas, collaborative attitude and strong work ethic with you every day.
Deeply care about code quality and detest having bugs slip through TDD.
Enjoys working on small, agile development teams that are light on process and heavy on creativity.
Bonus: Actively involved in local meetups and open source project contributions we can look at on Github.