[Close] 

Mid-Level .NET Developer / C# / JavaScript

Company Name:
firstPRO Inc.
Growing and stable company has an immediate need for a mid-level .Net Developer on a direct hire basis. In this role, you will design and develop software, both new and maintenance, along with testing and debugging as needed. You will work on a dev team of 4 and get involved with one of the company's cutting edge product offerings. They need a go-getter who is up for new challenges and enjoys thinking of new and better ways to get the job done.
They pay competitive base salaries, offer flexible hours, and telecommute one day a week once ramped up (3 months). You will work on a small team alongside the Lead Software Engineer.
General Responsibilities:
Design and develop/modify/improve new and pre-existing software/existing applications.
Isolate/correct user-report defects; providing maintenance, improvement, and production support
Work side by side with Senior Developers and PM to assist with drafting the scope and drafting of project plans within the SDLC.
Plan/execute software version upgrades, releases and custom interfaces.
Open to new technologies/make recommendations
Requirements:
2+ years C# ASP.Net and SQL Server 2008/2012 development (stored procedures, etc.).
2+ years HTML, CSS, JavaScript/JQuery, AJAX.
At least a year of .Net web services and WCF.
IIS: installing and configuring websites.
Creative thinker and open to new challenges.
Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
Preferences for a Bachelor's Degree and multi-threaded development.

Don't Be Fooled

The fraudster will send a check to the victim who has accepted a job. The check can be for multiple reasons such as signing bonus, supplies, etc. The victim will be instructed to deposit the check and use the money for any of these reasons and then instructed to send the remaining funds to the fraudster. The check will bounce and the victim is left responsible.

More Jobs

Entry-Level MA needed for Busy Pain Clinic (10...
Atlanta, GA United Surgical Partners International