.NET Architect / Alpharetta / 120K

Company Name:
firstPRO Inc.
Dynamic and rapidly expanding company has an immediate need for a .Net Architect on a contract to perm or direct hire basis. In this position, you will play a lead role in establishing robust, scalable, and reliable web-based products. This is a great chance to expand on your experience to develop innovative real world, SaaS-based software and define new solutions that will have an immediate impact on millions of customers! You will work on a small team of Developers, including one other Architect and two mid/senior Developers.
This company is looking for a person with an "entrepreneurial" spirit, who can provide true-Senior-level direction. They offer flex hours, 401K, and several perks that true 21st-century "techie" companies offer.
Serve in a lead role to develop robust, web-based products while working in various software disciplines.
Provide hands-on, expert-level programming/design/analysis while using leadership skills to solve problems and help the team reach business goals.
Solve business requirements via storyboarding, prototyping and developing complex technical solutions.
Refine product requirements and deliver products built to these requirements with BAs and Developers.

10+ years ASP.Net development experience with strong architectural experience.
C# ASP.Net, SQL, AJAX, XML/XSL, Javascript, REST, Web Services, Web App Security, Performance Tuning, Platform Config/Tuning.
Experience working with SaaS-based applications/software.
At least 6 months-1 year experience with MVC or similar strong web experience with other patterns (MVP, MVVM, etc.).
Strong OOD concepts, service architectures, and app dev using relational databases.
Experience with full product lifecycle.
Communicate well with BAs, QAs, and other Developers.
Software revision control and test methodologies.
Works well in Agile/SCRUM.
Research new and emerging technologies.
Bachelor's Degree preferred.

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