NetSPI is a top-tier IT security company that’s been servicing the most security-conscious U.S. companies for many years. We’re continually growing, absolutely current and cutting-edge in everything we do. NetSPI is committed to staff training and career development and consider our “centralized team” approach a huge strategic advantage. We encourage fun and a balanced life for everyone who works here. If you’re interested in joining our team, let us know.
We're seeking a C# Developer who'll be a resource to develop and maintain applications used by our security consultants and clients. Our ideal candidate is an experienced C# Developer. We offer an environment where highly motivated, self-learners will grow their knowledge and capabilities in all tiers of .Net application development and deployment.
This person will participate on Full Life Cycle development projects. Responsibilities include module/interface design & architecture, development, documentation, testing and implementation of both existing and new code. Other responsibilities include discussions with key stake holders regarding the project timelines and milestones met. The person must understand and adhere to AGILE software development processes.
Maintenance, support and development of subsequent iterations as needed, once launched. General interest and experience in using technology to improve work efficiency.
• 2+ years of overall application development experience from a work environment
• 2+ years of C# development experience
• Real-world experience building applications with the .Net framework
• Experience with MS Office automation and coding (for use in Excel reports, etc.)
• Application project experience with Agile development methodology
• Relational database design experience with SQL Server or similar RDB
• Experience creating store procedures, triggers, etc. with a RDB
• Experience with other programming languages (i.e. Ruby on Rails)
• Information Security experience
• Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, IT, MIS, Math or Science preferred