Entry-Level Web Developer
Clemson University - Clemson, SC

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Full/Part Time : Full-Time
Regular/Temporary : Temporary - Time Limited

We have an immediate opening for a Web Developer to join the Technology Group of Clemson University Center for Workforce Development. You must have strong skills in Microsoft technologies including MS SQL, C#.NET, ASP.NET and Ajax. As our Web Developer, you will be involved in the full project life cycle interacting with both IT team members and end users. The work will involve gathering of requirements, preparing detailed specifications, coding, and software implementation.

1. Implementing and testing application and system features in the beginning stages. E/15%
2. Reviewing and maintaining error logs on a weekly basis. E/5%
3. Identifying underlying or hidden problems and patterns. E/5%
4. Developing fast, error free programs and methods to enhance and automate systems and processes. E/50%
5. Leading application developments. E/5%
6. Writing unit tests. E/5%
7. Documenting comments in codes/tests. E/5%
8. Track internally the progress of the software releases and provide updates internally and externally. E/5%
9. Other Tasks as assigned by the supervisor. E/5%

A high school diploma and experience in a related field. An associate degree in a related field may be substituted for the required work experience.

Standard Hrs: 37.5; Band: 05 ($ 31,182.00 - $ 44,438.00)

Must be a self-starter; able to work independently and in a team environment; have good interpersonal and communication skills; ability to work on multiple projects focused on delivery; minimum of 1 year of project experience in web technologies with focus on .NET in the past 2 years; experience in OOP Concepts, complete SDLC; experience with Source Control Systems & Tools; experience with Microsoft n-tier architecture and design patterns; latest web technologies like AJAX, Web Services and XML along with traditional web skills like HTML, Javascript; prior experience in designing and implementing a complex database/applications; must possess a strong understanding of relational databases, database architecture & data access tools; experience with HTML / XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 (or later), ADO.NET, C#, MS SQL Server 2000 (or later) database design, stored procedures, complex SQL, DTS, SQL ServerAgent, Replication MS SQL Server Profiler and database performance optimization, Web services, XML, WSDLs and SOAP; and knowledge in Visual Studio Team System (Team Development with source control)

July 1, 2013

All candidates chosen for an interview may be administered a competency skills test by the hiring department.

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