Remote .NET Developer

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POST DATE 9/12/2016
END DATE 11/8/2016

Quest Group Atlanta, GA

Company
Quest Group
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
23178299.21603348
AJE Ref #
576144368
Location
Atlanta, GA
Job Type
Regular
Required Licenses/Certifications
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JOB DESCRIPTION

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QuestGroup is looking for a .NET Developer local to Atlanta, Ga. who can work
interdependently with a team of developers to design and develop robust
and scalable software solutions. Work on all aspects of software
development, including architectural design, user interface development,
object-oriented coding, unit and integration testing. The candidate
should have a solid understanding of object oriented programming and
programming principles, a solid understanding of .NET, C# and some basic
JavaScript experience.


Skills and Abilities:


? Excellent analytical, problem solving, and debugging skills
? Highly motivated individual with deep technology understanding, capable
of learning and digesting new technologies rapidly
? Strong organizational and development skills with high attention to
detail

? Must be able to perform challenging assignments under time pressure,
with or without supervision
? Work both independently and as a part of a team

? Ability to effectively communicate complex ideas amongst team members of
various technical skill levels.
? Capable of performing design and configuration of complex systems with a
focus on best practices for scalability, supportability and east of
administration, and system performance
? Ability to effectively collaborate with a development team, business
analysts, projects managers, and operate independently

Job Experience:

? 3+ years of in-depth experience in design and development of
multi-tiered web applications using ASP.NET & MS SQL Server 2012 or higher

? At least 5 years of experience in developing solutions using .NET
? Excellent software development and troubleshooting skills on Microsoft
platform (including SQL Server, Visual Studio, TFS, Reporting Services,
and IIS) with an emphasis on ASP.NET and C#