Work remotely from anywhere as a Software Developer

Software Developer

We have multiple openings for developers of all levels. Our desktop, web, and mobile business-applications are used by police and fire departments, sheriff's offices, jails, courts, and other agencies around the country. 9-1-1 call centers use our software for real-time call-taking, mapping, dispatching, and tracking of units. Officers use it to respond to calls, run background checks, write their reports, and identify suspects via fingerprints and other biometric data. Administrators then use our products to analyze crime statistics and electronically submit their data to other institutions.


Skills & Requirements


While a degree, or experience writing business applications using Microsoft technologies, is helpful, we care most about your aptitude and ability to learn.  As long as you understand the fundamentals, we're happy and willing to train you in the particulars of the technologies that we use.  However, since face-to-face training is important to us, only candidates who are already experienced in the technologies that we use will be considered for remote employment.  


Remote employees will be expected to travel to our offices in Northeast Ohio on occasion (usually no more than twice a year).  Due to the sensitive nature of our work and the industries that we serve, we are only considering candidates who are residents of the United States.

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