Application Developer

Oct 29, 2021, 14:42 PM

Title : Application Developer

Department : Information Technology

City : Watertown

Country : United States

Department : Information Technology

State : CT

This position requires advanced Microsoft stack software development skills in the design, development, installation and maintenance of web applications and related business processes. This includes the analysis, design, development, testing, installation, and maintenance of these systems and interfacing with other developers to determine the most efficient and cost-effective approach to meet business requirements and needs. Siemon projects utilize a variety of hardware and software technologies and will include writing new code/modules, modifications to existing modules, and/or package implementation. These responsibilities require web architecture experience with good coding standards and best practices.

  • Computer Science or Engineering degree.
  • Minimum 6 years’ experience as a software application developer.
  • Excels in developing web applications on the Microsoft stack (C#, .NET frameworks,.NET Core, MVC) as well as Angular, jQuery ,Type Script, JavaScript, HTML, and CSS.
  • Extensive experience with relational database technologies, MS SQL, MySQL, and Oracle.
  • Extensive web service (SOAP & REST) experience and proficiency is required.
  • Experience working within both waterfall and Agile (Scrum) project methodologies is a plus.
  • Should be able to work independently and have hands on coding experience.
  • Proven leadership and mentoring experience.
  • Proven record as a critical thinker/problem solver on technical and business process problems.
  • Is a highly productive, highly capable developer that can demonstrate efficient solutions to complex problems.
  • Strong self-starter with excellent communication and interpersonal skills, both written and verbal.
  • Methodical, organized and detail-oriented work habits.
  • Attention to detail - ability to produce accurate and high-quality work is critical.