Careers

API specialist/developer


We (Radiator Software) are looking for an API specialist or developer to join our technical team. Depending on your interests and experience, in addition to software development and integration work, your job description may include consultation, support or training work around our Radiator AAA server software.

Radiator AAA server software is used to implement RADIUS/Diameter/TACACS+ authentication, authorisation and accounting functionality within networks ranging from hotel Wi-Fi networks to the networks of top-level universities and multi-national operators and enterprises. Radiator is connected and integrated to various AAA backends ranging from flat text files to SQL databases, operator OSS/BSS systems, and to REST/SOAP/custom HTTP interfaces.

We are looking for a specialist or developer to work together with our developer team to develop new integrations and integrate Radiator with existing and new backends, and also to design and develop together a new REST based APIs for our Radiator products. Together with our developer team you help our international customers to design, integrate and deploy Radiator based AAA solutions from single server deployments to virtual server and cloud deployments. We use commercial, open source, and when needed, develop our own components to integrate Radiator with customer services and infrastructure.

We are looking for a person interested in working in this area, who wants to combine one’s skills and experience with the ability and interest in learning those areas and things one does not yet know. If you are such a person please apply immediately if you are interested. We do not have a deadline for applications, but we will hire a suitable person as soon as one is found.

Please send your application, questions and comments to careers@radiatorsoftware.com and let’s continue from there onwards. We are looking for a person to be part of our team so please do not offer outsourcing, personnel or headhunting services instead.

TL;DR: What technologies are you using?

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