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SrJavaScript Developer

Logiciels LOC

This is a Contract position in Laval, QC posted January 24, 2023.

If you aspire to participate in the growth of a company proudly Canadian while developing your abilities and where your ideas will be heard, LOC Software is the employer for you!

Who is LOC Software?

We are the premier, fully-connected platform breaking traditional molds by bridging yesterday with the future of retail – With more than 30 years of experience, our product proudly boasts the most complete, functional, and innovative software solution dedicated to groceries, pharmacies, and C-Store.

Your main challenges

  • Actively participate in the design of interactive user interface applications
  • Developed software applications according to standards, carried out the appropriate unit tests integration tests, and script deployment
  • Developed scripts using JavaScript, HTML, SQL queries, and proprietary macros
  • Participate in the improvement of application characteristics and the correction of software anomalies
  • Ensured compliance according to the development process
  • Contribute to continuous improvement by suggesting improvements to user interfaces, software architecture, or developments in new technologies.

What You Bring with you

  • Computer science or software engineering diploma (BAC or DEC) and/or equivalent work experience
  • Minimum of 10 years of programming experience;
  • Good knowledge of software development principles;
  • Strong ability to solve problems and correct anomalies;
  • Good experience with JavaScript
  • Experience HTML5 and SQL Query
  • Knowledge of XPath as an asset
  • Experience with version control systems and unit testing
  • Strong communication skills in English and French (spoken and written)


The use of the masculine to designate the candidate is solely intended to lighten the text***