Mobile Application Developer Jobs in West Virginia


3 West Virginia Mobile Application Developer jobs found on Monster.

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Location MedExpress Headquarters Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time Category Information Technology Description SENIOR BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE (BI) DEVELOPER Summary: Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to build a state of the art Data Warehouse from the ground up and lead the overall BI user experience?! If so, MedExpress has an excellent opportunity that will allow you to develop and w...
Description Essential Job Functions Software Developer will integrate a biometically enabled Access Control System and devices. This is a small team; candidates must have the ability to independently research problems and develop approaches. Applies approved standars to ensure interoperability. Must have Java EE. Staff may require a security clearance up to Top Secret after start up. If so, a cl...
This position develops a forward looking strategy for Marshall University’s online web presence, and defines the standards and underlying architectures needed for building, deploying, and maintaining Marshall University’s robust Internet and Intranet resources. This position also requires a high level of technical expertise that is required to evaluate emerging technologies, and develop plans to m...

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Software Engineer


$45,000.00 - $120,000.00
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