C# Software Engineer – Direct Hire

Thursday, March 19, 2009 ·

Copy of CSharp Position Description: Software Engineer

Position overview: The ideal candidate will be proficient in maintaining and enhancing complex business logic, and in participating in the research, design and development of new functionality. You must have a GREAT desire to delve into the nuts and bolts details of a multi-faceted business. There will be frequent interaction with the highest-level business experts in the organization. To understand their requirements you will need exceptional written and oral communication ability.

Reports to: VP of Technology

Compensation: Salaried. Commensurate with skills and experience

Schedule: Full-time – general business hours

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Participate in producing detailed functional and technical design documents
  • Build automated unit tests
  • Code in all tiers (data, business and presentation layers)
  • Thoroughly document code
  • Test, prepare and deploy production releases
  • Work with end users to analyze production issues

Skills and experience required:

  • Computer Science or other relevant degree, or work experience equivalent to formal qualification
  • Understanding of multi-tier architectures and OO concepts
  • Understanding of relational data modeling
  • Must demonstrate exceptional organizational and communication skills
  • Must demonstrate an ability to quickly assimilate, analyze and solve complex business problems

Specific skills desired:

  • C# .NET, T-SQL, ADO.NET, XML, Crystal Reports, NUnit, ASP.NET

More info here: Resource Group

Tavis Hudson

Technical Resources

tavis@​resourcegroup.​com

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