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24 days ago

Quality Assurance Analyst

Partners In Leadership, Inc. Temecula, CA

Review functional and design specifications to ensure full understanding of individual deliverables Backend database testing in Microsoft SQL… Dice


19 hrs ago

Contract Administrator/Paralegal – new

Partners In Leadership, Inc. Temecula, CA

The Contract Administrator is responsible for administering and tracking agreements from generation to execution and ensuring compliance with company… Job Board


24 days ago

UI/UX Designer - Remote

Partners In Leadership, Inc. Temecula, CA

Collaborate with the development team to define and implement innovative solutions for the product direction, visuals and experience Execute all… Dice


24 days ago

Salesforce.com Certified Administrator

Partners In Leadership, Inc. Temecula, CA

Provide day-to-day end-user support (including system configuration, complex formulas and system maintenance) and work with SFDC Steering Committee… Dice


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    Fast-paced and rewarding web application development

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    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Developer, Development Team Lead in Temecula, CA
    Current Employee - Developer, Development Team Lead in Temecula, CA

    I have been working at Partners in Leadership full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    I have been working at Partners In Leadership for nearly three years. I was hired on just as the company was starting to invest in technology to support their primary offering.

    A few things were obvious from the very beginning:
    1. What the company does is remarkable, and as an employee I got to benefit from attending free workshops and involvement in a culture of workplace accountability.
    2. They like to work hard. In my 10-years of working in the industry, I have never participated in such a fast-paced environment. There hasn’t been a dull moment in the 3 years I’ve worked here.
    3. They care about their employees. The benefits that they give are better than any other environment I have worked at. Our entire development team works remotely. Because of previous experiences, I would have expected slow responses to inquiries regarding employee benefits, or other company-related questions, but it was the opposite.

    From a technology standpoint, I have been extremely impressed with how quickly the company has grown that area of the business. The development team has grown from two people since I joined to seven (this includes quality assurance and design).

    Our team develops on the LAMP stack. We use Zend Framework 2 in conjunction with Propel for most of our development. On the front-end side of things we rely heavily on well-formed HTML, CSS, and jQuery. Recently the team has started using AngularJS for writing front-end interfaces.

    As mentioned the team is all remote, so the culture of the development team is very unique. Individuals who work on the team have to be self-accountable. We have daily standup/scrum meetings and then collaborate with each other on a regular basis.

    I have grown a lot during my tenure here at Partners In Leadership. The demands of application development alone have stretched me to improve and broaden my skill set. I have also grown a lot individually in terms of my work ethic and focus on the tasks at hand. The company’s steady growth over the years is the result of many people working together at the organization towards a common goal. This is a core principle of what they train other organizations on and the application of it in the company is evident.

    Cons

    Occasionally to meet market-driven deadlines or to resolve a critical issue, members of the development team need to work on a weekend. On days where code is deployed to production, team members are sometimes required to work late into the night to make sure things are deployed properly.

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