Monsanto Software Developer-Entry in ST. LOUIS, Missouri
Monsanto’s mission is centered on finding agricultural solutions for a sustainable future. Twenty years from now, the earth’s population will need 55% more food than it can produce now. Today, Monsanto is working with farmers around the world to do something about it. As such, we approach agriculture holistically, looking across a broad range of solutions from biotechnology, breeding to advanced predictive and prescriptive analytics.
To make this possible, we build great, innovative software that accelerates the complete Monsanto portfolio, from the lab to the field to the customer. Example solutions include real-time streaming data from connected devices, mobile data collection and visualization suites, big data genomics repositories, and geospatial computing systems, just to name a few. To build great software, we need great people.
As an entry Software Developer, you will join a comprehensive on-boarding and mentorship program to help build technical and professional skills. The program is an exciting opportunity that will help accelerate your career at Monsanto by providing specialized training, mentoring, coaching and feedback. You will be exposed to agile software development, working with other entry software developers to solve complex problems using the latest tools and technologies. You will work directly with your mentor on a daily basis and have access to our community of expert software developers with a broad range of skills and experience.
Position are available in the following areas:
· Product Development Team: Software Developers in Product Development work collaboratively on small, autonomous teams. We create applications directly for end users as well as frameworks and tools used by developers across the organization. As owners of the development process for the products they build, teams are empowered to create solutions and find the right tools for the job. We use a variety of modern technologies to solve complex problems across a wide range of business domains for users all over the world.
· Cloud Engineering Team: In the Cloud Engineering team, you will partner with developers across IT to automate existing processes and champion the culture of Agile and DevOps. We operate across a wide gamut of disciplines including cloud infrastructure, security, automation, identity management, developer productivity, IoT, analytics, and more. We approach all of these problems with an eye towards automation and monitoring for compliance, rather than traditional separation of duties. We also provide support and consulting to teams where needed but look to solve common problems through automation and self-service tools we will develop.
At Monsanto, we expect our Software Developers to:
Demonstrate passion and ownership by embracing all aspects of software development: analysis, development, testing and deployment.
Be curious and proactive. Learn something new every day.
Be ego-less! Ask for help, be willing to admit what you don’t know and willing to receive and give constructive feedback.
Collaborate closely with team members and business community.
Think through hard problems and work with a team to solve them.
Take pride in software craftsmanship, diving deep into code and constantly innovating.
Why you should join us:
Open workspace promotes inclusive collaboration and pairing in a fun, casual environment.
Innovation days, hack-a-thons, networking events, and volunteer opportunities.
Questioning how things are done is not just encouraged, it is expected.
Work with other top level talent solving a wide range of complex and unique problems that have real world impact.
Ongoing focus on growth through training (domain and technical) and knowledge sharing through communities of agile teams.
Diverse technology stacks in a forward thinking, OSS-centric environment.
We value autonomous, self-organizing teams allowing you to have a real say in what you work on, who you work with, and how you work.
Our environment values your talent over a role or title. Strength of ideas trumps position on an org chart.
Candidates must have completed a Bachelor's or Master's degree program in any of the following: Computer Science, Computer Engineering, MIS, or related field, with an expected graduation date prior to June 2019 or have equivalent training.
Experience or education in the software development lifecycle.
Possess strong organizational, problem solving, and excellent written and oral communication skills.
Ability to rapidly learn new technologies and problem domains, and become conversant in the technology/domain with business users.
Detail oriented, able to multitask and meet deadlines.
Work as an effective team member.
Organization: GLB IT P&E Product Development51098638_
Title: Software Developer-Entry
Location: North America-USA-Missouri-St. Louis
Requisition ID: 01SHZ
Job: Information Technology
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