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IP Pathways


Senior Full Stack Software Developer

Status: open for applications
Our deep technical expertise is at the foundation of everything we do.

The team at IP Pathways


About the role

As a cloud provider, IP Pathways provides information technology and cloud solutions to

customers of all sizes in the Midwest and across the nation. We have offices in Urbandale,

IA; Omaha, NE; Kansas City, MO; and Columbus, OH.  

We design, implement, monitor, support and manage regional, private and hybrid cloud solutions. 


At IP Pathways we are currently undergoing rapid company expansion, having doubled

in size over the past few years to reach a workforce of around 250 employees across our various offices.

As a Full Stack Software Developer, you will be an integral part of a dynamic 10/12-member team.

Despite our continuous growth, we remain dedicated to preserving the innovative spirit

reminiscent of startup culture.



Valuable background and abilities:

● Understand and synchronize with the currently team on both technical and professional levels.

● It is essential you actively participate in retrospectives, collaborate effectively with other developers,

take ownership of a feature or an epic, and adeptly design and implement solutions.

● Fluent English (both spoken and written) as you will be interacting with team members, PO/PM, and

stakeholders in English.


Required experience and skills:

Experience applying best practices, software design, design patterns, etc. Angular, .NET,

Jenkins for Continuous Deployment and Continuous Integration (CD/CI).

Beneficial experience and skills to have:

Direct experience in Angular and Jenkins.

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