Mid Level .Net Developer
- Job Title
- Mid Level .Net Developer
- Job ID
- St. Louis, MO 63134
- Other Location
From our start in 2009, Conexess has established itself in 3 markets, employing nearly 200+ individuals nation-wide. Operating in over 15 states, our client base ranges from Fortune 500/1000 companies, to mid-small range companies. For the majority of the mid-small range companies, we are exclusively used due to our outstanding staffing track record
Who We Are:
Conexess is a full-service staffing firm offering contract, contract-to hire, and direct placements. We have a wide range of recruiting capabilities extending from help desk technicians to CIOs. We are also capable of offering project based work.
Conexess Group is aiding a St. Louis based client in their search for a Mid-Level .Net Developer. This is a long term opportunity with a competitive compensation package.
******We are unable to work C2C on this role******
We are looking for a talented; mid-level Software Developer that brings solid knowledge of object oriented design and development on a Microsoft .NET platform. In this role, you will be developing, supporting, maintaining, and debugging client related web development projects using our existing tools and methodology. The ideal candidate is a highly motivated, resourceful, self-starter capable of getting up to speed quickly and adhering to company standards. The candidate must have excellent verbal and written communication skills with a result-driven, consultant style attitude.
- Minimum 3 years of relevant Developer experience
- Experience working within an agile project framework
- Strong knowledge of object oriented development practices
- Solid knowledge of software development and the SDLC
- Ensuring that application upgrade requirements are fully developed using best practices in Microsoft .NET
- Implementation of the NUnit unit-testing framework to allow for more robust testing practice
- Participation in development of quality improvement and quality control data collection, analysis and reporting.