We’re Growing! Infocyte is adding to its Dev and QA teams

Join Our Growing Team in San Antonio, Texas.

Infocyte is growing! We’re looking for talented individuals to join our growing team in San Antonio, Texas.

Why Infocyte?

We’ve been recognized by Geektime as one of the 10 startups in Austin and San Antonio You Need to Watch For and one of the Hottest Enterprise Networking & IT Startups of 2017 by NetworkWorld. Become a core member of the team as we grow the company, enjoy a competitive salary and meaningful equity stake.

Take a minute to explore our open positions:

Senior Full Stack Developer

We are looking for a creative and versatile senior software developer that enjoys working in a small team and can handle the challenges of an agile startup environment.  You will be responsible for building and maintaining the core of our technology platform which includes backend database (PostgreSQL), data processing, network scanning & enumeration, active directory integration, RESTful API implementations, and presentation.  You will work directly with our CTO and a small distributed team of senior developers.

Junior Quality Assurance and Support Engineer

We are looking for a creative and curious junior quality assurance and support engineer that enjoys working in a small team and can handle the challenges of an agile startup environment. You will be responsible for testing, reporting bugs and troubleshooting our technology platform and supporting customers with both product troubleshooting and basic network related issues. You must enjoy working with people to help solve simple and complex problems.

Think you’ve got what it takes?

Go to our Careers Center to learn more about applying.

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