Web Developer Retail and POS Experience

Job Description Keystone Automotive Operations is an LKQ Company. As a part of our continued growth, Keystone Automotive Operations is seeking a Web Developer to join our team! You must have Retail and POS experience. You will be responsible for developing and maintaining all company internet/intranet, customer based client programs. To excel in this position, you must be able to multitask, communicate well with others, and be very organized in tasks. The ideal candidate needs to be very goal orientated and willing to work at a very fast pace while maintaining the quality and accuracy set forth in the job expectations. If you like growth and working with happy, enthusiastic individuals, you'll enjoy a career with us! Essential Job Duties: Participate in and develop System Requirement Specifications and Software Detailed Design Documents. Develop and maintain software applications from Software Design Documents Resolve Software defects Development of software applications in Visual BASIC, .Net, SQL Server based environment Assist in creating and maintaining product documentation and installation procedures. Responsible for assisting the Client Support teams with problem isolation and resolution. Meeting with individuals from the sales and demo teams to acquire product feedback and to develop targeted demonstrations Involvement with interface, application, and conversion design, development and testing. Responsible for meeting development schedules with respect to assigned modules. Initiate and support the continual improvement of Keystone Automotive Industries' quality improvement system. Develop quality software that meets specifications and design requirements.
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