Saturday, January 19, 2008

.NET Developer Wanted (No Consultants)

A colleague of mine will shortly be looking to hire a great .NET developer as a full-time employee. I am putting out this job req for them, in case you know anyone who is looking to make a switch in the next few weeks. This is a good group to work. The manager is very technical, and gives the developers a chance to play with the latest technology.

Please send all responses and resumes to me, and I will pass it on to him.

.NET Developer

We are seeking highly motivated candidates to create and deliver technology solutions and support for the XXXX business area. The new hire will join a “ground floor” opportunity, working with business clients, offering creative solutions to their needs, and implementing them.

The current technical platform includes C#/.NET, WinForms, ASP.NET, SQL Server 2005, Microsoft Business
Intelligence (Integration, Reporting, & Analysis Services), SharePoint, and Visual C++. A “Road Map” outlining a series of potential projects has recently been presented to senior business clients and has been well-received – the door is wide open for Technology to create the IT Work Slate for 2008, deliver on these commitments, and make a large positive impact on the XXXXX business’ bottom line revenue.

Job Responsibilities include:

  • Key development on critical .NET-based projects

  • Working on all aspects of these projects, including front end work in WinForms and ASP.NET as well as backend database work in SQL Server 2005

  • Support and minor enhancements of the existing Visual C++ application until the new product is fully launched

  • Balancing fast time to market (client delivery) with proper Governance, Compliance, and Audit mandates

  • Fostering close relationships with other teams in XXXX Technology and throughout the Technology organization

Required Skills:
  • Strong C#/.NET development skills

  • Experience with data-driven .NET projects

  • Comfortable with data binding techniques in ASP.Net

  • Comfortable with data binding techniques in WinForms

  • Experience or interest in Agile development (Scrum, XP, etc)

  • Strong team player, collaborative

  • Persistence - ability to get things done

  • Worked in an investment banking environment

Preferred Skills:
  • MS SQL Server 2005

  • Familiarity with Visual C++ a plus

  • Interest and ability to work with new technologies - Powershell, WPF*, WCF

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Will work remotely be considered? Located in South California, I'm currently looking for a change of career. However, I was a front office trading floor developer 10 years ago, mid town Manhattan, still feel this is one field that inspiring and thrilling. Now, I'm more or less taking it as a hobby while bored with current work. Please let me know if this is an opportunity.