We are looking for an experienced software support engineer to join our team. The person hired will provide customers with support on initial installation, ongoing operation, and some website customization.
The ideal candidate will be comfortable interacting with customers, and have a solid knowledge of Windows Servers, IIS, Microsoft SQL Server, HTML, and XML. .NET experience is a plus. Good communication skills are critical, as is the ability to work both independently and with a team as needed.
If you have at least two years of experience in these roles, then we would like to meet you. The candidate for this job would work closely on projects with the rest of the 30 members of our development team including business development managers, project managers, information architects, graphic designers, and software engineers. Northwoods does its web development work primarily in-house on a project basis.
Travel is limited and mostly in SE Wisconsin. We offer great benefits including 401(k). We are focusing our initial search on local candidates. Northwoods is an Equal Opportunity Employeer.
- Personality suited to a team environment
- Enterprise Content or Document Management experience a strong plus
- Personal ethic that says your family comes first
- Personal ethic that says work should be fun
- Desire for continuous learning
Northwoods employs an in-house team of developers, designers, information architects, and account managers. We are not a staffing firm. No new cubicle every six months. No bench. You work with the same 30 really smart people day-to-day. They're (mostly) very friendly and they all like beer. Our work is never boring.
At Northwoods we have created a very free and relaxed work environment. You can do what you want with your office space, dress the way you want, and even work from home if you need to.
All employees get two monitors, the latest hardware, and free popcorn on Thursdays. No need to wear shoes around the office. The boss doesn't. We also have kids and dogs occasionally running around the office. (Yours are welcome if they don’t make too much noise.)
Need a break? Challenge your coworkers to a game of ping pong or foosball. You can even take a nap if you're dragging and just need 30 minutes of shut-eye to be productive again.