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Sr. .Net / SharePoint Developer

Location: Washington DC Region
Category: Information Technology
Employment Type: Contract
Contact: itc.dc@hirestrategy.com

HireStrategy's cleint is looking for a Sr. .Net / SharePoint Developer to join their development team. The ideal candidate will have the following experience supporting enterprise environments.  

 

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Design, code, test, debug, maintain, and document software applications;
  • Follow established software development standards and procedures and contribute towards their improvement;
  • Develop complex application features and create technical designs;
  • Work as part of Scrum Development Team and/or as Scrum Master, effectively participate in sprint planning, task estimates, task sequencing, task assignments, sprint reviews and retrospectives
  • Participate in peer code and design reviews;
  • Support critical business functions through the development, implementation, and maintenance of applications and systems;
  • Experienced with a wide range of technologies;
  • Coordinate with departments and users in the support of business applications.
  • Represent the IT department in terms of software development expertise in coordination with other departments

 

Technical Experience Required:

ASP.NET, C#, XML, .NET Framework; Application Development/Software Engineering/Design Patterns ; T-SQL/SQL Server, RDBMS concepts and DB design ; Web application development ; MVC, Entity Framework ;Object oriented design and architecture ; Object oriented design and architecture, SDLC  ; Classic ASP, WebServices, TDD ;  Experience with application security concepts ; Software Requirements and Specifications, QA/QC ; COTS Configuration and Implementation  ; Technical Documentation ; SharePoint 2013 – 2014 development with .NET  ; SharePoint Security and Architecture ; Windows Workflow Foundation development ; Relational database design and development  

*Must be authorized and eligible to work in the United States without sponsorship for the duration of the assignment.