ABOUT THE COMPANY
Our client is a leading agriculture organization in Visalia, CA. They are seeking a full-time, permanent .NET Developer to join their growing team of professionals!
Here are a few reason why you should apply:
- Stable industry!
- Generous PTO and Vacation package
- Continuous investment in technology from a top down approach (buy-in from Executive Leadership)
- Unique opportunity to watch your efforts come full circle - see the work you do have an immediate impact on the organization as a whole!
OVERVIEW OF THE .NET DEVELOPER
- Code and implement internet based applications using Microsoft platform and open source technologies for mobile and desktop applications/browsers
- Ability to work in both an Agile and Waterfall methodologies throughout various projects inceptions
- Work as part of a team with strict deadlines for go-live and completions
- Fundamental understanding of SDLC
- Ability to roll-out new implementations/iterations of web based browsers/applications while contributing to multiple projects
- Gather requirements from business unit leaders to incorporate into applications from a functionality and technology stand point
- Understand the business and role in which the applications take to operate the organization
PREREQUISITES FOR THE .NET DEVELOPER:
- Bachelor degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Computer Information Systems, related degree or 4+ years of equivalent work experience
- Experience testing and troubleshooting applications - test/break/fix for go-live launch
- 4+ years of experience in web development utilizing .NET, C#, and MS SQL Server
- Strong understanding of application security measures and implementations
- Creative mindset with the ability to comprehend strategic visions from leadership
- Strong will and determination - ability to follow through on project responsibilities and deliver on time
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