Job Summary

.NET Software Engineer

  • Location:
    Lisle , Illinois
  • Salary:
    80000 $ - 100000 $ / Year
  • Category:
    Software Engineer
  • Contract Type:
    Direct Hire
  • Job reference:

This is an exciting opportunity for a .NET Web Developer to join an innovative, established, well respected software company.  They foster a fast-paced, fun, and challenging work environment surrounded by passionate and talented team members as well as some of the most respected industry experts.  Their culture values strong technical, creative minded individuals.
This position is a full time, permanent and offers a very competitive base salary plus bonus potential and terrific benefits.  Candidates must be able to work on a full time permanent basis (W2) without sponsorship of any sort.  C2C is not an option.  
Job Description:
The .NET Web Engineer will work closely with several teams to develop their “first-to-market”, proprietary SaaS product using the Microsoft stack of technologies along with various JavaScript frameworks.
Required Experience:
3-5 years of software development experience.
Software development experience should include experience with:
• ASP .NET MVC 4/5
• jQuery
• C#
• Visual Studio
• SQL Server
Nice to have skills:
• AngularJS (more than “minimum exposure”)
• Kendo UI by Telerik
• Azure (some test environments)
• Octopus Deploy (deployment of the website to various    environments)
• TeamCity (continuous deployment)
• JIRA (bug tracking)


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