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It all began back in 2001 when our founder, Chris Eckels, was responsible for legal/regulatory compliance at a school doing business in 17 states. After living on a plane for the better part of three years, it became very clear that there had to be a way to improve the process -- a simpler, faster and less-expensive way that eliminated shipping 3-ring binders and documents back and forth between schools and regulators/accreditors. The idea for EDvera -- marrying compliance with technology and online access -- was hatched in 2004.
Location: Central Ohio is preferred (remote/virtual will be considered based on experience and qualifications)
EDvera is a SaaS enterprise application that integrates the automation of workflows, document management and real-time reporting – coupled with dynamic progress update notifications and payment processing. Historically, the platform has been used by government agencies and accreditors for “compliance management” in the post-secondary education market. Going forward, the company plans to pursue significant expansion opportunities in other verticals who are also responsible for managing business/organization applicants through a licensing/permitting/authorization process.
With significant client growth over the past 12 months, EDvera is looking for a Lead Developer to join our core team. This position reports directly to the Chief Technology Officer and is responsible for ongoing product development, customer-funded enhancements and maintenance as well as helping set technology strategy for the company.
This position is perfect for a talented developer who is comfortable interfacing with prospects and customers, likes “wearing multiple hats” and does not want to become too narrowly focused or specialized. The person that we’re looking for likes autonomy – being held accountable – and loves making a big impact on an entire company. This person can think strategically (big picture) while also being hands-on – getting a lot accomplished without very much direction/oversight.
Minimum Education, Skills and Abilities Required
Nice to Have