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Software Engineer


KBX Logistics is looking for a Software Engineer to join our team! The role will be part of a team of engineers that are responsible for enhancing existing applications and for building applications using modern microservices architecture techniques.Responsibilities include implementing solutions that are secure, support best practices, embrace CI/CD, and scalable.We are seeking an individual that possesses strong collaboration within the immediate IT team as well as the business teams within KBX Logistics.

A Day in The Life Could Include:

(job responsibilities)

  • Work independently, or within the construct of a product team, to understand customer and business requirements to deliver creative solutions which meet or exceed those business needs.
  • Execution of this role will involve both the deployment of standardized product offerings and the creation of new solutions and services as required to meet customer needs.
  • Maintain awareness of emerging cloud-based industry trends and technologies which may create value.
  • Produce documentation to support solutions that you have developed in order to aid in support of the solution.
  • Developing a full stack microservice solution(s) including API’s, queue processing, and database interaction.
  • Performing analysis and development of backend processing and Web-based front-end applications.
  • Working with a team of engineers and analysts through discovery, delivery, and support of new platforms that are focused on the transformation of our transportation management systems
  • Ensuring delivery of technical solutions that meet the business outcomes, consistent with software development standards and best practices for a service-oriented architecture
  • Develop, test, document and deploy solutions based on requirements.
  • What You Will Need to Bring with You:

    (experience & education required)

    ·At least 4-7 years of experience as a programmer/analyst, developing and supporting applications.

    ·Understanding of different architecture methodologies (Monolithic vs. Microservices)

    ·Previous hands-on code development experience in full stack applications


    oWindows Operating System (1+ Years)

    oVisual Studio 2017+ (1+ Years)

    Or Visual Studio Code

    oTFS/VSTS/Azure Devops, CI/CD (1+ Years)

    TFVC & Git repository formats

    Creating & working with Work Items

    oSQL Server Management Studio (1+ years)

    oFiddler, SoapUI, Postman or equivalent tool (1+ years)


    o.NET Technologies, (4+ Years)

    oC# .NET (3+ Years)

    oMS T-SQL Language (2+ Years)

    oEntity Framework & Linq (1+ Years)

    oDependency Injection (DI) (6+ months)

    oDocument DB (6+ months)

    oUnit testing frameworks (6+ months)

  • Web services/api development
  • oREST and SOAP protocols

    oXML and JSON formats


    ·NuGet Packages (6+ months)

  • Website Development
  • oASP.NET API (2+ Years)

    oASP.NET MVC (2+ Years)

    oAngular Version 2+

    •NgRx Store (Redux pattern)

    Javascript \ CSS \ HTML

    What Will Put You Ahead:

    (experience & education preferred)

    ·Degree in Computer Science/MIS, Engineering, or equivalent

    ·Cloud Computing; necessary for Gen2

    oContainerization and Virtualization

    oInfrastructure as Code (Helm Charts, YAML, CloudFormation, or similar tools)

    oAWS technology stack

    §EC2 Instances & Volumes, S3 Buckets, IAM Policies


    ·.NET Core 3.1 or .NET 5

  • General Queuing Technologies (RabbitMQ\Apache-Kafka) experience\principles
  • Docker Experience
  • WCF
  • PostgreSQL
  • Postman
  • Koch is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace

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