Silver Bay Seafoods

  • PHP Programmer

    Full Time Non-Exempt
  • Overview

    Silver Bay Seafoods is an established and successful seafood processing company operating several facilities throughout Alaska. Silver Bay is looking for a self-motivated PHP and SQL Server developer that enjoys challenges and thinking out of the box to solve complex problems. The candidate needs to be well organized, able to work independently, and must participate in “after-hours” on call rotation as needed.  This position is based in our corporate office in Seattle, WA, but may require travel for meetings, or at plant/on-site development.


    The Candidate will be working with the Software Engineering team to develop and maintain custom PHP web applications for many departments including inventory, sales, purchasing, reporting and eventually a fully integrated Enterprise Resource Management system.  Responsibilities will include assisting the IT group with support for end-users on our systems and help to create and implement new systems as needed. 


    Required Skills and Qualifications:
    - Extensive Experience working with the following stack: Windows, Apache (XAMPP), MS SQL Server, and PHP
    - 2+ years of experience with PHP Web Application, full software lifecycle from requirements/design to implementation and support
    - 2+ years of experience with SQL or any relational database system
    - 2+ years of JavaScript, AJAX/jQuery, CSS, JSON, REST

    Skills that would be of great benefit:
    - Experience with any of the following areas: seafood industry, food processing systems, inventory management systems, enterprise resource management systems
    - Experience with any reporting software:  Tableau, SSRS, Crystal Reports, or equivalent.
    - Familiarity with Bootstrap CSS framework.

    Flexible work hours, compensation negotiable based on experience

    Looking for applicants in the Seattle area only at this time.

    Job Type: Full-time


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