Position Reports To: Network Development
*COVID-19 - At AMS the safety and health of our employees and their families is a top priority. Our development teams have transitioned to working from home during COVID, and this position will be starting remote.
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Who we are:
Since our founding in 1997, Alcohol Monitoring Systems, Inc., (AMS) has been committed to providing forwarding-thinking, results-oriented software and hardware solutions to the criminal justice market. Our commitment to innovation is second to none in the electronic monitoring market space as demonstrated by our constant innovation and investment to research and design. AMS provides its employees with a culture of that places high value on family, community and making a difference.
Who you are:
You are a Senior Level full stack Developer who is an advocate and champion for the customer, your team and for AMS within an organization that is creating and supporting enterprise-class applications. You are not satisfied with just seeing something work - you want to know how and why the application behaves the way it does and to understand the business logic and domain supported by that behavior. You not only possess an innate curiosity and desire to understand software and the infrastructure on which the software runs, but you also have the skills and experience to peer behind the scenes into the code and/or the environment to troubleshoot and resolve problems. The ideal candidate will have an understanding and practical experience in full stack web-based development, basic system administration, and strong problem-solving skills.
What you’ll do at AMS:
How you’ll do it:
AMS values a solid work life balance and offers many competitive health and financial benefits.
Where is AMS going:
Our flagship product, SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring® (SCRAM CAM®), was created to provide community corrections agencies with a more effective tool to supervise alcohol-involved offenders. Launched to market in 2003, SCRAM CAM has become the most widely used and trusted transdermal alcohol monitoring device in the world. SCRAM CAM has monitored more than 600,000 individuals in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and the Netherlands.
Based on this success and in response to requests from our customers and the marketplace, in 2013 we launched of our full suite of monitoring hardware and subsequently rebranded as SCRAM Systems®. Today, our commitment to innovation is second to none as demonstrated by our constant investment in research and design. We now offer the most comprehensive, integrated suite of electronic monitoring hardware and software in the industry and continue to introduce market-responsive solutions. We are continuing to explore new tools, technologies and solutions to add to our development stack looking for ways to deliver our solutions in a more scalable and efficient way to deliver faster high-quality results to our customers.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identify, national origin, disability or veteran status.'