Requisition ID: 16747
WindLogics provides innovative forecasting and optimization solutions that enable low cost, reliable and sustainable power systems.
Position Specific Description
Employees in this role are responsible for software development including design, implementation, and delivery. The position will interact with all business units in WindLogics and will work in all phases of the software development life cycle including requirements gathering and refinement, system design, implementation, and testing.
Job Duties & Responsibilities
Employee Group: Exempt
Employee Type: Full Time
Job Category: Science, Research, and Technology
Organization: WindLogics Inc (0047)
Location: St. Paul, Minnesota
Other Work Locations: Minnesota
Relocation Provided: Yes, if applicable
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