Posted 2 years ago in Computer/Software
Areas of Responsibility
Successful candidates will possess a wide base of development knowledge to solve complex problems that may span code, configuration and deployment practices. Critical thinking skills and taking ownership of projects is essential for this candidate. Candidate must be enthusiastic about bringing a leading-edge product to market and possess a strong sense of ownership for projects, tasks and software. We are building a core production support team with developer’s that possess a strong desire and initiative to simply ‘get it done’ – working closely together, our team is agile, smart and highly productive. Candidates must possess the ability to multi-task while completing projects on time. Successful candidates at Torrent enjoy working in a team environment and communicate well with peers, subordinates and supervisors. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States.
Founded in February 2005, Torrent Technologies ("Torrent") specializes in providing business services to Write Your Own (WYO) companies within the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Combining extensive experience, flexible service options and contemporary technology, Torrent supports customers with the easiest-to-use, most compliance-oriented administration capabilities in the industry. The company is headquartered in Seattle, WA with its flood vendor operations based in Kalispell, MT and its government contracting business located near Washington, D.C.
Co-founders Travis Pine and Theresa Johnston lead Torrent and serve as Chairman/CEO and President/COO, respectively. Together, they have more than 26 years in the flood vendor business. Prior to starting Torrent, they were colleagues at a flood vendor where Pine was responsible for technology and Johnston for operations. During their tenure processed premium grew from $2 million to $1.2 billion and they oversaw growth from 10 to 250 employees 220 of which reported to Torrent's co-founders. Read more about Our Team.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) approved Torrent as an NFIP flood vendor in September 2006. Torrent was one of the first companies in a number of years to achieve this certification, which is a requirement for any new entrant to the flood vendor market. Earning this accreditation validated Torrent's ability to effectively and accurately serve WYO carriers and enabled the company to launch its product and services commercially.