Posted in Software 30+ days ago.
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Location: Addison, Illinois
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As the fastest growing distributor of foodservice equipment parts, we like to do things a little differently. We believe our team should be like family. Not like a second cousin, twice removed, but more like the family you choose to be with every day. First, you have to demonstrate our core values and keep safety as your #1 priority, that’s key. But we’re also looking for unique enthusiasm, high integrity, courage to embrace change…and if you know a few jokes, that puts you on the top of our list.
Do you have a genius-level knowledge of foodservice equipment parts? If not, no problem! We’re more interested in passionate people with fresh ideas from different backgrounds. That’s what keeps us at the top of our game. We’re proud that our workplace has been recognized for its growth and innovation on the Inc. 5000 list, eleven years in a row and the Crain’s Fast 50 list seven times.
If you’re ready to roll up your sleeves, go above and beyond and put your ambition to work, all while having some fun, let’s chat – Apply Today!
The Job at a Glance
As our IT ERP Developer (internally referred to as Systems Soothsayer), you will help manage the overall health of Parts Town’s ERP system, troubleshooting issues as they arise. You will learn major business processes, identify new capabilities required to support strategic initiatives. Are you a perfectionist who is constantly seeking out new technologies and best practices that can improve operational performance? We can’t wait for you to apply!
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About Your Future Team
Our team’s favorite pastimes include corny jokes, music and Star Wars. We like dogs, and we like coffee…a lot (we’ll hear you out on whether Dunkin or Starbucks gets your vote).
Parts Town welcomes diversity and as an equal opportunity employer all qualified applicants will be considered regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.