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Software Developer

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Career Transitions, LLC
Fast-paced, fun, growing company that designs and build applications used by thousands of companies is looking for a software engineer. Working on next generation products you will be designing and developing functionality on the new cutting edge products as well as updating existing products.
POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES Work closely with the development team to plan and deliver medium- to large-scale projects. Work on concurrent projects that have multiple interdependencies. Design and code Windows Forms, Web Service and WPF applications intended for customer use.
QUALIFICATIONS
o Expertise in .NET/C# - At least 4 years' experience in software development. The candidate must have demonstrated .NET programming experience creating quality C# applications.
o Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related field, or equivalent work experience
o 4 or more years of experience with Microsoft .NET and C#
o Experience with object oriented design and analysis and application design patterns.
o Experience with .NET technologies including Windows Forms, WPF. Experience with ASP.NET and WCF Web Services a plus.
o Strong relational database knowledge data modeling and programming to include queries, views, UDF and stored procedures. Microsoft , Entity Framework and LINQ a plus
o Self-starter that can develop complex projects with minimal guidance/oversight
o Excellent communication skills
o Experience using Agile Methodology desirable
o Experience with web technologies including ASP.NET, WCF, Web Services, XML, XSLT, XSD, AJAX, SOAP, HTML, CSS, DHTML, and JavaScript would be a plus
o Experience with workforce management and/or mobile applications would be a plus
o Learn quickly and function with limited supervision, solve issues, and stay in close communication with functional teams about issues and solutions.

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