MPAY is a quickly growing SaaS company offering an exciting, web-based solutions platform focused on the needs of small and mid-size businesses. We are focused on using agile development methods to produce timely, high-quality solutions for our clients and on supporting the employees who make those solutions a reality.
Our software development office is located in Waltham, Massachusetts, just a few miles from Boston. This vibrant and progressive area allows our highly skilled and diverse teams to draw upon the best talent in the technology corridor.
MPAY offers a collaborative work environment, competitive pay, and best-in-class employee benefits, including paid health and dental insurance, company-sponsored HSA and 401-K plans, and a discretionary time off plan. We also offer employees a variety of opportunities to hone their existing skills, develop new skills, and gain valuable experience.
We are currently seeking a Software Engineer to work on one of our Scrum teams.
The Software Engineer will design, develop, and maintain MPAY’s software products.
- Assist in implementing new features and products.
- Maintain and enhance current functionality.
- Participate in peer code/design reviews.
- Work with other engineers and support staff to assist in resolving customer issues.
- All other duties as assigned
- 3+ years experience designing and developing applications using C++, MFC, COM, and ATL.
- Database experience utilizing Microsoft SQL Server or comparable RDMS.
- Experience with user interface design and development using MFC.
- Ability to work with others in a team environment is required.
- Able to work autonomously and with excellent time management skills
- Knowledge of multithreading programming a plus.
- Knowledge of .Net/C# a plus.
- Payroll or accounting knowledge a plus.
Significant knowledge of industry product lines around HCM, Payroll, Timekeeping, and Benefits technologies is highly desirable.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job.