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.NET Developer
Ref No.: 18-61589
Location: SeaTac, Washington
Position Type:Contract
Experience Level: 7 Years
Start Date / End Date: 08/23/2018 to 08/20/2019
Position: .NET Developer
Location: SeaTac, WA
Duration: 1 year
Skills Needed
Airline Domain is highly preffered
Job Description
Must Have Skills: .NET, Angular JS, Bootstrap JS, CSS.
Desired Skills: ASP.NET MVC
Job Roles / Responsibilities:
The developer will be a part of team which will work with the business users / product owners to define the scope for Sprints, implement them.
The developer will create adaptive UIs using Angular JS framework. The developer will be involved in designing CSS classes and designing UI layout using Bootstrap framework.
Submission format…
  1. Resume should have the Candidate Name, Number, Email ID.
  2. Complete Education details with passed out year
  3. Visa Copy, Photo ID
  4. Make sure the details mentioned in the fitment are correct(especially Visa Status, Skype Id & Location).
Full Name:  
Best Contact # and Alternate  
E-mail ID:  
Skype ID  
Expertise & Skills Sets  
Work authorization and Visa Validity:  
Currently on a project:  
Have you been Interviewed by CTS  
Current Location:  
Willingness to relocate, NATIONWIDE (Y/N):  
Interview Availability:  
Notice Period :  
Hourly rate:  
Is the applicant in receipt of another offer at this stage?  
Vacation plans, if any:  
Special Remarks  
Best Regards,
Rohit Kumar
Senior Account Manager 
IDC Technologies, Inc.
Cell #: 408-429-2677
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