API Developer

Company Name:
ABC Financial
Be part of a team where your skills, combined with corporate commitment and valued employee contribution will allow you to succeed! ABC Financial Services, Inc. is a stable, successful company experiencing phenomenal growth! We are competitive pay, PTO, and benefits package; including medical, dental, vision, STD, LTD, life insurance, and 401(k).
At ABC Financial Services, we are the leaders in providing software and payment processing solutions to the fitness industry. For 32 years, ABC has used our experience to develop exceptional club management software, recurring membership billing solutions, as well as member marketing and retention programs.
ABC Financial is currently hiring an API Developer to join our dynamic software development team!
Position Requirements Preferred experience:
o Experience in building REST, RESTful SOAP APIs
o Java coding experience with emphasis on Spring framework
o Experience in Layered Architectures (SOA)
o Experience with JSON, SML, JAVA, Spring, JBoss, Mule ESB, SQL, Maven
Relocation Assistance Yes
Travel Requirements None
Company Description:
At ABC, there is literally something for everyone, whether your interest is customer service, marketing, sales, accounting, software development, or information technology.
Our employees are encouraged to be pro-active in expressing their ideas and contributing to the company's future.
Located in Sherwood, Arkansas, just north of Little Rock, ABC Financial has grown into a big company with a little company feel. Since 1981, ABC has positioned itself as the #1 service provider in the fitness software and accounts receivable management fields. We have achieved this through a constant pursuit of new developments and innovations in an exciting team environment.
Likewise, ABC contributes to our employees' futures. In addition to our outstanding employee benefits, employees also receive continuous training, allowing them to develop their strengths and move up in the company.

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