.NET Developer

Company Name:
Duration: 3-6 month CTH

Job Description:
Our client is looking for someone with a strong .Net and C# background. Team Foundation Server will be a must. You will be working in a very fast paced and agile environment. The team is very laid back but most of the coding will be heads down. You will interact daily with QAs, BAs and architects. To be successful in this position you will need to be a go getter and a problem solver. This person will have to be highly self-motivated and need little technical direction.

Client Details:
Recognized as one of the best places to work in Kentucky for multiple years!
Locally owned
Laid back work environment

Experienced working in a SOA style of environment with interconnecting systems.
4-6 Years of experience in C# system design and development.
Experienced in publicly facing, secured, ASP.Net website development and design (CSS layouts).
Comfortable working in C# Winforms applications.
Experienced developing and writing efficient T-SQL within stored procedures.
Experienced in building and maintaining Web Services and WCF familiarity.
Entity Framework a plus.
.Net Frameworks 3.0 through 4.0 are a must.
Experienced working in an environment with a controlled SDLC that includes multiple environments utilizing a Development, QA, UAT, and Production configuration.
Experienced working in an environment that utilizes a source control and work tracking system such as Team Foundation Server.

Enterprise Level Critical Thinking Skills
Attention to detail and possess a sense of ownership a must.
Ability to work in a fast paced environment where short deadlines may be encountered.
Must be self-motivated and capable of working with minimal technical guidance.

Other Information:
There will be one on-site interview for this position.
Background, Credit Check and Drug Screen are required.
This is a backfill for someone how took another job.

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