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Senior .NET C# developer
Ref No.: 17-18171
Location: Washington, District of Columbia
Start Date: 07/20/2017
 
I am looking for a senior level .NET C# developer with more than seven (7) years of proven experience in designing, developing, and maintaining complex systems on the .NET platform. Specific responsibilities include designing, developing, maintaining, and releasing web applications in accordance to the Board IT's System Development Methodology (SDM) and best coding practices.  Experience developing and architecting web applications using WebAPI, MVC, Javascript and JQuery is required.
 
This position has a U.S. citizenship and bachelor's degree requirement. 
 
Location:  Washington DC
 
Primary Skill Sets:
REQUIRED:
·         Experience developing web applications on the ASP.NET, C#, SQLServer platforms, Entity Framework (LINQ Queries), MVC, JQuery, JavaScript, WebAPI.
·         Excellent troubleshooting and analytical skills
·         Experience working in a team environment as well as independently
·         Strong analytical and communication skills (both written and verbal)
·         Experience mentoring junior programmers
 
PREFERRED:
  • Experience with Angular JS
  •   Experience working with Bootstrap
  •   Experience developing application for different devices, browsers and form factors
·         Experience building applications with Web Services and SOA
·         Experience with JavaScript frameworks
·         Experience with custom SharePoint applications using C#
·         Experience with Microsoft Team Foundation Server, SQL Server 2016, XML, Web Services, REST,
JSON, HTML5, CSS3
·         Experience with reporting tools concepts
·         Experience with multiple SDLC models, particularly Agile methodologies, is a plus
·         Bachelor's Degree in Software Engineering, Computer Science, or related field
 
About the Project:
The candidate will be working onsite (8 hours per day or 40 hours per week), developing in the .NET programming language.
 
Project Duration: 12/31/2017