ASP .NET/C# Developer

Posted Date: 15 September 2016
Location: CABA & Rosario

We are an expanding SharePoint consultancy firm based in Argentina, currently seeking to boost our development team with the addition of ASP.NET/C# Developers.

Hours:

Full Time

Responsibilities:

  • Software Development
  • Understand and validate requirements
  • Support in the design of technical solutions
  • Implementation and testing technical solutions
  • Consistently deliver high-quality solutions on schedule
  • Research new technologies

Required Skills:

  • Solid experience in C#, ASP.NET MVC, JavaScript, JQuery, Web Services, HTML, CSS
  • Experience using one of the following client-side frameworks - AngularJS, Knockout or Handlebars.
  • Proven experience in designing/architecting
  • Excellent communication/interpersonal skills, proactive and productive team player.
  • English Speaking

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