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The Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) division is made up of 60+ Developers, Testers, Technical Writers, UX Designers/Researchers, and Product Managers. Our office embodies the roots of a start-up culture within a large organization, and our ERP crew delivers on business-critical functionality every day. We offer great perks, such as a healthy breakfast, team events, and subsidized educational advancement opportunities.
About the ERP Warehouse Management Team
Have you ever ordered something online? If so, there’s a high chance it came from a warehouse. At Oracle NetSuite, we develop one of the leading ERP solutions, helping companies effectively manage their warehouses.
Come design, develop, and innovate with us to build the next generation of our world-class ERP system.
Manage a team that designs, develops, troubleshoots and debugs software programs for databases, applications, tools, networks, etc.
As a manager of the software engineering division, you will apply your knowledge of software architecture to manage software development tasks associated with developing, debugging or designing software applications, operating systems and databases according to provided design specifications. Build enhancements within an existing software architecture and occasionally suggest improvements to the architecture.
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