Remote (Burlingame, CA; Los Angeles, CA; or Washington, D.C.)
The Back-End Application Developer II will work with an agile software development team on back-end requirements, delivering technical application solutions to internal and external clients.
Design and develop features to meet customer requirements and business goals
Build high quality and highly reliable software to meet the needs of the product owners
Write clean, elegant, and reusable code that solves complex problems
Participate in design & code review processes
This position is fully remote, with the option to work out of one of our three offices (Burlingame, CA; Los Angeles, CA; or Washington, D.C.) if interested.
Please attach a formal cover letter outlining your experience, how your experience relates to this position, and how you believe you could add value to Acumen’s mission. Applications without a cover letter will not be considered.
General-Other: IT-Software Development, Software-Web Development, Systems Analysis - IT, Work at Home
NO Security Clearance
Excellent problem solving skills
Experience working within Agile practices
Strong knowledge of Java or other OO programming languages
Experience working with Relational databases like PostgreSQL
Experience in building REST APIs using the Spring Boot framework
Experience with CI/CD techniques
Education & Experience
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science / related field or equivalent experience. Masters preferred
2-4+ years of software development experience
Self driven and willing to work in a fast paced, dynamic environment
Acumen, LLC conducts policy research in support of federal, state, and local health care and social policy programs. We leverage our vast data resources to improve information available to policymakers on topics such as drug and vaccine safety; health insurance markets; value-based purchasing; and health care fraud.
Acumen, LLC, in conjunction with its affiliated firm,The SPHERE Institute, offers policymakers a powerful policy analysis capability, providing specific and impartial advice, as well as context for policy debates.
Our work reflects our belief that policymakers, health care providers, and the public should have the best available information upon which to basetheir decisions.