At SPS Commerce, Trading Partner Development team connects Retailers to the easiest-to-join and use network where they can send orders, receive invoices and pack products via shipment documents in the format appropriate for them.
After Retailer sends their specification to us, our development goes as follows: design, implementation and testing. Implementation Engineer is responsible for the implementation phase, during which he/she creates and maintains Java plugins that do data transformation according to business requirements of our customers.
What Makes the Job Special
— You will learn how to use Java and Agile practices to build EDI solutions;
— TPD is like a family, so you will be part of a super-friendly team — we have 20+ talents in Ukraine and many more around the globe. You can collaborate with colleagues from the USA, Australia and India — yes, we are that huge!
— You may have an opportunity to go on business trips to any of our offices;
— You will personally contribute to integrating one (or many) of the world-famous brand names — Amazon.com, Nike, General Motors Company, Google, Starbucks, etc. — into an omnichannel retail platform;
— You will participate in peer code reviews and internal/external training sessions.
There are 22 people on the Ukrainian team. You will be reporting directly to one of the managers: Olha Pashura (www.linkedin.com/in/olha-pashura), Anastasia Yepanchina (www.linkedin.com/...siia-yepanchyna-488a749a) or Andrew Rybak (www.linkedin.com/...in/andrew-rybak-84257457).
YOU WILL USE:
Cloud provider: Amazon Web Services (S3);
Issue tracking: Jira, Confluence;
Continuous Integration Platform: Jenkins;
Main Data Formats: EDI, XML, APP, CSV;
Go to SPS Ukraine YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/.../UCSnPz1EnRciEZWinMnfGL8g) to watch Olha Pashura and Briana Birkholz, Senior Director, Strategy Execution (www.linkedin.com/in/bbirkholz), talk about the team and the product they’ve been working on.
What We Offer
— Legal employment;
— Continuous learning: technical, soft, leadership skills; free English language classes; participation in conferences, workshops and meetups; free access to lynda.com and an internal knowledge database;
— Daily work in distributed teams and communication with American, Australian, and Indian colleagues;
— Competitive salary;
— A+ level medical insurance;
— A sports club membership;
— Paid sick and maternity/paternity leaves + official days off;
— 28 vacation days;
— Flexible schedule outside the core hours;
— Regular team outings;
— A cozy office in the center of Kiev.
What We Expect of You
— Basic knowledge of Java and SQL;
— Intermediate English;
— Being good at logic and analytics;
— Being comfortable with repetitive tasks;
— Being able to work full time.
P.S. If you are not sure what your English level is, you can check it here:
Extra Points For
— Work experience with Java;
— Experience with Git version control system;
— General understanding of e-commerce and electronic data interchange (EDI);
— Familiarity with the Agile development methodology;
— Experience working in a team environment (at work or university).
How to Apply
Please, make sure you specify the job you’re applying for in the subject field of your email (e.g. Subject: Job Title). After we’ve reviewed your application, we’ll get in touch within a week.
There will be three interviews: one with our local HR, one with the team in Ukraine (2 or 3 people) and one with the Director of TPD, Nikki Stephens (www.linkedin.com/.../nikki-stephens-436a2311).
Good luck and see you soon!
SPS Commerce makes it easy for retailers, suppliers, distributors and logistics companies to work better together by making their trading relationships stronger, collaborative and profitable through EDI and other retail technology services.
SPS is the only EDI provider that goes beyond technology to remove the complexity, cost and risk out of managing trading partner relationships. It’s the reason why over 75,000 retail and e-commerce organizations put their trust in our people, processes and innovative technology solutions to help them do more.