This position involves leading custom web development throughout the entire project life cycle. You will experience the freedom of building custom web sites using your own leadership and programming skills. You will be responsible for application architecture, design input, site layout/user interface, database design/programming, and .NET development. The right individual for this role will be a motivated and energetic developer who takes initiative, enjoys finding solutions to a varying number of challenges, is detail-oriented, and takes extreme pride in their work
- Candidates should have proven .NET experience
- A solid understanding of web application development processes, from the layout/user interface to relational database structures.
- Strong communication and writing skills.
- Ability to communicate directly with peers and managers while leading development to a completed and successful solution.
- Strong organization skills to manage multiple timelines and complete tasks quickly.
- Ability to grow professionally in a highly flexible and fast-moving environment.
- Creation of site layout/user interface from provided design concepts by using standard HTML/CSS practices.
- Placement and layout of web site pages given client provided content.
- Development of robust and user-friendly .NET-based web applications.
- SQL Server T-SQL development.
- Application/Framework design as needed.
- Specifications/Requirements gathering as needed.
- Routine daily maintenance of existing sites and applications.
- Assist in gathering requirements and project specifications
- Take ownership of daily project needs and communications.
- Communicate project status and deliverables with managers.
- Design, create and program SQL Server databases per project needs.
- ASP.Net (C#) development per project needs.
- Manage project tasks, timelines, and communication.
- Perform routine site maintenance as needed.
- Other tasks as needed for successful project completion.
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