Software Developer, JavaScript

Toronto, Canada


Who we are:

Founded in Toronto in 1988, CaseWare International Inc. is a global software provider for accounting firms, corporations, and governments. With efficiency, quality and value in mind, we build solutions that push the technological boundaries in the industry. Our approach combines the power of automation with secure collaboration tools to help customers reach new levels of productivity and make better business decisions. As a result, CaseWare solutions are used by over 250,000 users in 130 countries and in 16 languages. We have embarked on an ambitious new path of delivering an innovative, cloud - based unique global reporting and auditing solution.

We are looking for JavaScript developers to join our Templates engineering team. As a developer, you will implement solutions based on our powerful engagement management solution Working Papers, trusted by accountants and auditors in over 130 countries around the world.

What’s in it for you?

You will be a part of a dynamic agile team which designs, implements, debugs and tests our software. You will also be able to help shape our future development by providing input regarding new technologies and process improvements.

What it takes?

Your passion, great attitude, excellent communication skills, willingness to explore and awesome teamwork is all what will help you hit the ground running.

Who you are:

An individual with the ability to successfully collaborate in cross-functional teams and experienced working in an agile environment. If you enjoy working in an Agile Environment and you like to share your opinions, we want to hear from you. We want people who are problem solvers and who can come up with multiple solutions and be able to choose the most appropriate solution based on context.

We need you to:

- Work in an agile team with other developers, UX developers, testers, and product owners to build innovative, high quality, user-friendly features into our Template products.

- Perform code reviews of other developers’ work, to ensure code quality, share knowledge and provide mentorship.

- Research and explore new technologies, code libraries and products we may wish to integrate with.