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Software Solutions Architect

Crown Equipment Corporation is a leading innovator in world-class forklift and material handling equipment and technology. As one of the world's largest lift truck manufacturers, we are committed to providing the customer with the safest, most efficient and ergonomic lift truck possible to lower their total cost of ownership.   Job Responsibilities:   The Software Solutions Architect is a critical role within the Insite agile based cloud development team chartered to develop and deploy new global fleet and service management products.  The Software Solutions Architect is a subject matter expert who analyzes user needs and designs computer and network systems to allow developers to implement technological solutions for business applications in a secure manner.  The Architect prepares programspecifications and security requirements, codes, tests, and debugs computer applications.  With full technical knowledge of programming and analysis, the Architect will instruct, direct, and review the work of software developers.   Minimum Qualifications:   Minimum of 8 years programming experience Bachelor degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems (MIS), or related field Strong oral and written communication, analytical, and organizational skills Ability to occasionally travel with overnight stays Valid driver's license and good driving record   Preferred Qualifications:   Proven experience as software architect Experience in software development and coding in various languages (Java, C#, .NET, etc.) Excellent knowledge of software and application design and architecture Excellent knowledge of UML and other modeling methods Familiarity with HTML/CSS, JavaScript and UI/UX design Understanding of software quality assurance principles A technical mindset with great attention to detail High quality organizational and leadership skills Outstanding communication and presentation abilities   53113
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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