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ABOUT APPLICATIONS DEVELOPMENT AT UPS TECHNOLOGY:
Our Application Development teams use their expertise in programming languages and software design to develop next-generation technology. They are responsible for developing the applications which track and move up to 38 million packages in a single day (4.7 billion annually). This team works closely with all of our customers to build innovative technologies that are customized to drive our business and provide the ultimate customer experience. As a member of the applications development family, you will help UPS grow and provide valuable services across the globe.
ABOUT THIS ROLE:
This APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER will be a member of a development team that is responsible for mobile device visibility applications. These applications are used by UPS Package Center teams to monitor delivery devices used by our service providers on a daily basis.
The APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER performs duties and tasks to support full systems life cycle management (e.g., analyses, technical requirements, design, coding, testing, implementation of systems and applications software, etc.). The Applications Developer will perform tasks within planned durations and established deadlines as well as collaborate with teams to ensure effective communication and to support the achievement of objectives. In addition, they will provide knowledge, development, maintenance, and support for the current and next generation applications.
This position offers an exceptional opportunity to work for a Fortune 50 industry leader. If you are selected, you will join our dynamic technology team in making a difference to our business and customers. Do you think you have what it takes? Prove it! At UPS, ambition knows no time zone.
UPS is an equal opportunity employer. UPS does not discriminate on the basis of race/color/religion/sex/national origin/veteran/disability/age/sexual orientation/gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law
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