That doesn’t help either. What precise information are you trying to convey? Saying (a) what your job involves, in general, and (b) what kind of project you are working on at the moment are two different things. Note the difference in tenses used to explain them.
I am a computer programmer -> I develop web applications (I do it for living).
In my current company I am developing a web application used for sourcing job applications. (Maybe in future I will change a company and I will be developing some other web application)