WHO WE ARE
We are Erbis, a full-cycle development team building innovative solutions to help entrepreneurs and enterprises change the world for the better.
We are looking for an Integration engineer to join our team.
Is an indie company based in Silicon Valley, California, that provides solution used by Fortune 500 companies helping them reduce costs and increase operational efficiency.
Aggregating data from more than 50 US and worldwide carriers the system provides visibility for global supply chains, helping to enhance collaboration between multiple suppliers, customers, and supply chain partners by providing real-time insights about delivery costs, transactions, and other relevant supply chain information. The solution provides analytics tools that help companies not only control their shipping rates but also negotiate better contracts and identify fraudulent activities.
- Bachelor’s degree in Information Science / Information Technology, Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, or a related field.
- Understanding of SDLC.
- Good understanding of client-server architecture.
- Basic Java or other coding experience.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- English on Pre-Intermediate level both verbal and written.
- Troubleshooting and data management skills.
- Attention to detail.
CONSIDERED AN ADVANTAGE:
- Understanding and experience with any Enterprise Service Bus implementations or other business integration software.
- Domain knowledge: Transportation / Logistics / Supply Chain Technology.
- EDI 204, 210, 214, 315, etc is a plus plus.
- Exposure to security concepts / best practices.
- Process files in different formats (e.g. CSV, XML, JSON, EDI).
- Consuming a SOAP/REST web service.
- Working with current ESB implementation (IBM App Connect).
- As a part of the team provide implement gradual migration to new ESB implementation (to be chosen together with the candidate.
WE HAVE SOME PERKS & BENEFITS. YOU CAN:
- Get recharged with 24 working days of vacation.
- Get well faster with paid sick leave.
- Join company parties, and cultural events — due to the current situation on a virtual basis.