Middle/Senior .Net Software Developer

Angajator: Evolve today
Domeniu:
  • IT Software
  • Tip job: full-time
    Nivel job: 1 - 5 ani experienta
    Orase:
  • BUCURESTI
  • Actualizat la: 24.10.2017
    Scurta descriere a companiei

    We are a complex company that offers consulting and recruitment services in the Human Resources area..

    Evolution in performance, professionalism, balance and satisfaction.

    We are your trustworthy partner that understands the markets continuous dynamic change and difficulties but also from our constant direct engagement with the companies we work with, and their employees.

    We speak the languages of those that have ambitions, motivation for success and are able to adapt, innovate, and evolve.

    As your devoted partner we identify the requirements and the necessities of your company and as well for your employees.

    Cerinte

    Requirements:

    - University / Bachelor’s Degree;
    - Minimum 3+ years of experience as a web developer in asp.net/MVC;
    - Knowledge of ASP.NET MVC;
    - Knowledge of HTML, CSS, JQuery; Knowledge of .NET Framework (C#, Entity Framework);
    - Strong knowledge of JavaScript and JavaScript driven websites (good knowledge and/or experience of advanced JavaScript libraries (Angular JS, Ext JS) highly desirable
    - Knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server (database design, triggers, store framework).
    - Experience in database architecture and design.
    - Good knowledge of OOP and OOD, n-tier applications, distributed applications, SOA;

    Responsabilitati

    Responsabilities:

    Produce quality code based on Product Management specifications;
    - Develop and maintain detailed and accurate documentation per all project standards;
    - Thorough technical knowledge in software development methodologies, design and implementation; Implement the design, testing, and support phases of software projects;
    - Communicate effectively with project managers and development team members to facilitate the understanding of deliverables, estimates, and prioritization