Role and Responsibilities
The C# full stack developer is responsible for building and supporting applications, including everything from back-end services to our client-end products. Primary responsibilities will be to support existing production workloads, develop new features for deployed products, process service desk tickets for our customers, engage with the rest of the team on problem solving and coordinate the release of application patches with DevOps.
Specific duties include:
• Design, build and maintain efficient, reusable and reliable C# code.
• Manage service desk tickets for applications that the developer is supporting
• Patch and update applications based on customer needs.
• Identify bottlenecks and bugs while devising solutions to these problems.
• Help maintain code quality, organization and automation.
• Improve systems by studying current practices; designing modifications.
• Ability to work closely with internal clients, technicians and engineers.
• Conduct insightful, ad-hoc analysis to investigate ongoing or one-time operational issues.
Qualifications and Education Requirements
• Computer science, Information Technology Associate or BS degree a plus and/or equivalent combination of experience, knowledge, skills and abilities.
• Minimum of 5 years’ experience in application development or related field.
• Detail oriented, analytical and inquisitive with excellent documentation skills.
• Ability to work independently and with others.
• Extremely organized with strong planning, organizational and time-management skills.
• Ability to work in an agile development environment.
• Self-starter, able to work with limited supervision, with excellent time management skills.
• Proficient in C#, with a good knowledge of its ecosystems, along with Angular, MVC, ASP.Net, .Net WebForms and JQuery.
• Understanding of PowerBuilder, it’s tooling and methodologies.
• Strong understanding of object-oriented programming.
• Skill for writing reusable C# libraries.
• Familiar with various design and architectural patterns.
• Working knowledge of SQL, data extracts and reporting
• Creating database schemas that represent and support business processes.
• Basic understanding of the Common Language Runtime (CLR), its limitations, weaknesses and workarounds.
• Implementing automated testing platforms and unit-tests.
• Proficient understanding of code versioning tools such as SourceSafe, Team Foundation Source Control (TFS/TFVC) and Git.