The Nation's Leading Diversity Management Software

Software Developer

B2Gnow, one of the fastest growing companies in the country (Inc. 5000, 2013 & 2014), is seeking a Software Developer to join our team of exceptional individuals. The focus of this role will be to support software development, quality assurance, testing, and documentation of the B2Gnow system.

B2Gnow provides software to governments of all sizes that streamlines and improves the effectiveness of their supplier diversity programs. We offer a fun and professional environment, and while our business is very stable (founded in 1999), we operate more like a startup. (Welcome, entrepreneurial-minded!) B2Gnow’s web-based SaaS platform supports a load of thousands of simultaneous users and transactions in a completely secure environment. Our solutions are offered as a robust, hosted system that requires no additional hardware or software, and minimal training and implementation expenses.

Be a part of a team that directly helps the nation’s disadvantaged and small businesses get a fair shot in the government’s bidding process.

Location: near Central & Osborn (Phoenix)
Position Type: full-time employee, onsite only

Background

We maintain sophisticated web-based software tools for very large governments. We currently have over 75 servers in 4 co-location facilities - 3 in downtown Phoenix, 1 in Northern California. Operating systems are W2k3 (Standard & Enterprise) with SQL Server 2005. IIS is used for web page delivery, and is coupled with VB DLLs and .NET framework. SQL Reporting 2005 (standard and ad-hoc) is a core part of the data manipulation, and there are several custom “engines” that monitor and process data.

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Attributes We Love in our Developers

Benefits

If you meet the requirements above and want to work in an entrepreneurial environment where you’re able to contribute and make a difference, please contact us. Unlimited opportunities for the right person!

We are an equal opportunity employer and do not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin ancestry, age, medical condition, disability, veteran status, marital status, or other prohibited factors under applicable federal, state and local laws.